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The Maple Leafs gave up a goal and took out their anger on water bottles

Inanimate objects, beware.

By all accounts, the Toronto Maple Leafs played an excellent first period against the New York Rangers on Sunday. They took a lead, kept up the pressure and stifled the Rangers' attack.

They could only go downhill from there. Toronto struggled to start the second and gave up an easy four-on-two breakaway goal to Rangers captain Ryan McDonagh. The Leafs did not handle their frustration well.

They certainly didn't do a good job of bottling up their anger, huh?