Pastrnak’s Six-Point Night Lifts Bruins over Maple Leafs in Game 2

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When someone catches fire, it is tough for that flame to burn out. David Pastrnak scored a hat-trick and recorded three assists in Boston’s 7-3 win in game two over Toronto. The Bruins lead this series 2-0.

The David Pastrnak-Patrice Bergeron-Brad Marchand line combined for 14 points night and they have a total of 20 points in the first two games of this series alone.

David Pastrnak, Jake DeBrusk (power play), Kevan Miller, and Rick Nash (power play) all scored goals for the Boston Bruins in the first period. Boston ended this game before it even began.

Frederik Andersen made just two saves on five shots faced for the Toronto Maple Leafs. Curtis McElhinney made 19 saves for Toronto.

The Maple Leafs scored 1:22 into the second-period by Mitchell Marner. David Krejci scored for the Bruins in the second period. Tyler Bozak also scored for Toronto in the second period.

Pastrnak scored both goals for Boston in the third-period and he got his hat-trick with 1:36 remaining in regulation. James van Riemsdyk scored a power-play goal for Toronto in the third period.

Tuukka Rask made 30 saves for the Bruins. Game 3 will be on Monday Night and the series shifts to Toronto.

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