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Postgame notes from Game 6

Posted By Mike Petraglia On May 13, 2013 @ 12:32 am In General | No Comments

Milan Lucic

Here are some key nuggets from the 2-1 Game 6 loss to the Maple Leafs from the Bruins media relations department.

• The Bruins now have a 10-14 lifetime record in Game 6s of best-of-seven series in which they entered with a 3-2 series lead.

• The Maple Leafs now have a 10-10 lifetime record in Game 6s of best-of-seven series in which they entered trailing the series
2-3.

WHO’S HOT

Milan Lucic had a goal Sunday, giving him 1-6-7 totals in four of the six games of this series.

Zdeno Chara had an assist, giving him 1-6-7 totals in four of his last five games.

Jaromir Jagr had an assist, giving him single assists each in three of his last four games.

• Toronto’s James van Riemsdyk had two assists, giving him 2-3-5 totals in four of the six games of this series.

• Toronto’s Phil Kessel had a goal, giving him 3-1-4 totals in four of his last five games.

• Toronto’s Cody Franson had an assist, giving him 1-3-4 totals in four of the six games of this series.

FUN FACTS

• These teams played penalty-free second and third periods. They were the first periods of this series in which neither team was assessed an infraction. The third period of Game 3 did not feature a power-play opportunity for either team but the clubs were assessed coincidental minors in that stanza.

Dion Phaneuf’s goal at 1:48 of the third period was the seventh of this series scored in the first two minutes of a period, with Toronto netting five and Boston two.

• The Bruins outshot the Maple Leafs by a 30-26 margin. It was the first game of this series in which neither team had a 40-or- more shot game.

MILESTONES REACHED

• Toronto’s Joe Colborne played his first NHL playoff game.

FIRST GOAL OF GAME

• The Maple Leafs scored the first goal of the game when Phaneuf scored at 1:48 of the third period.

• The Bruins now are 2-2 this postseason when allowing the first goal of the game. They finished the regular season with a 9-10-3 mark this season when allowing the first goal of the game.

• The Maple Leafs now are 2-2 this postseason when scoring the first goal of the game. They finished the regular season with a 19-9-4 record this season when scoring the first goal of the game.

SPECIAL TEAMS

• The Bruins went 0- for-2 on the power play, and they now are 3-for-18 on the power play in this postseason (16.7 percent). They finished the regular season ranked 25th in the NHL at 18-for-122 on the power play (14.8 percent), and they allowed two shorthanded goals.

• The Maple Leafs went 0-for-1 on the power play, and they now are 4-for-18 on the power play in this postseason (22.2 percent). They finished the regular season ranked 14th in the NHL at 31-for-166 on the power play (18.7 percent) and they allowed four shorthanded goals.

• The Bruins went 1-for-1 on the penalty kill, and they are now 14-for-18 on the penalty kill this post-season (77.8 percent). They finished the regular season ranked 4th in the NHL at 142-for-163 overall on the penalty kill (87.1 percent), and they scored five shorthanded goals.

• The Maple Leafs went 2-for-2 on the penalty kill, and they are now 15-for-18 on the penalty kill this postseason (83.3 percent). They finished the regular season ranked 2nd in the NHL at 138-for-157 on the penalty kill (87.9 percent), and they scored one shorthanded goal.


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