Bruins vs. Maple Leafs Game 3 Update: Soft goal on James Reimer gives Boston the lead

Claus Andersen

A long shot floated up over Reimer's shoulder to give the Bruins an early lead.

Playoff hockey returned to Toronto for the first time since 2004 on Monday night, but it hasn't been great start for the Maple Leafs. The Boston Bruins have a one-goal lead after the opening period of play.

James Reimer made a solid stop on Tyler Seguin midway through the first to keep the game scoreless, but couldn't handle this long shot from Adam McQuaid:

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Reimer has been solid in the first two games of this series, posting a .926 save percentage, but that goal looked pretty savable, even with the screen.

In addition to leading in shots, 17-12, in the period, Boston dominated in the face-off circle:

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