A recap of last night's Boston/Toronto game.
|The woes continue for the Toronto Maple Leafs.
The Leafs lost their fourth straight game last night to the Boston Bruins 4-2.
"It was an even game," said Leaf's head coach, Mike Babcock.
It doesn't really matter what the game was.
To Leafs fans, a loss is a loss.
Boston's Charlie Coyle scored the lone goal in the first period.
Auston Matthews tied the game 1-1 at 9:20 of the second period.
11 seconds into the third period, Brad Marchand scored to put the Bruins ahead 2-1,
Kasperi Kapanen tied the game at 3:54.
Unfortunately, Marchand scored again at 5:08.
Zdeno Chara added an empty netter at 18:27.
Coyle had two points.
Toronto's goalie, Frederik Andersen stopped 30 shots.
Things get tougher for the Leafs as Toronto is in Pittsburgh tonight to face the Penguins.