1. Bruins outshoot Leafs in opening frame, but neither side scores. The Leafs were coming off a season-saving 4-3 win over Boston in Game Five, but it was the Bruins who started Game Six with focus and power, outshooting Toronto 17-10 in the first 20 minutes of action. Nevertheless, neither Boston nor the Buds got on the scoreboard before the first intermission, as Leafs goalie Frederik Andersen was sharp and counterpart Tuukka Rask was his equal.
In a high-scoring series such as this one, you had to expect a more defensive-minded effort would be coming sooner or later - and on Monday, it