Leafs Nation should be worried, the Bruins are coming

Ask your nearest Maple Leaf fan how they feel about game 7's.  The conversation may escalate quick so consider yourself warned. Good news for the Maple Leafs as James Reimer won't be between the pipes this time around, but the Bruins could care less who's in, as they are confident enough to not be intimidated by any team. As this season wore on the playoff matchups became more and more clear and the familiar foes are lining up to get reacquainted.

Currently, the Maple Leafs need to sort out their injury woes on their back end and settle on a rest schedule for their MVP Freddie Andersen. While on the other hand, the Boston Bruins are the hottest team in hockey collecting a point in 18 straight games. The B's are finally getting back to full strength, the team is becoming a force to be reckoned It doesn't matter which type of game their opponent throws at them, they are finding a way to get it done.

The battle for home ice continues as the Leafs will look to make up some ground over the last few weeks. The Bruins know all too well how important home ice is in the playoffs. The Maple Leafs want to end the series in 4.

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