A bit more scoring, but even more scoring from Boston. Toronto seems to have no answer for the best Boston line, which was on the ice for all or almost all of the Boston goals. Aging veterans with the Leafs who were reliable all season may be worn out by the playoffs. The kids look like they're in over their heads. Too many men on the ice? Isn't that usually considered the fault of the coaches? Babcock has juggled lines all season,teaching players that if they don't perform, they can be replaced. Boston has developed an excellent line that plays well as a line--no juggling.
Anyway, down 2-0, not impossible to overcome.