Bruins build big lead, stop Maple Leafs’ streak
Boston ends three-game slide, Toronto’s six-game point run
Frederik Andersen allowed six goals on 28 shots before he was pulled in the third period by the Maple Leafs (20-9-1), who had a six-game point streak. Garret Sparks replaced him and made four saves.
“It’s disappointing,” Toronto coach Mike Babcock said. “I thought we were going to come in here and play real well. … Every once in a while you get fed your lunch, today was one of those days. Get yourself regrouped and get back at [it].”