Bruins Squander Strong Third Period During 4-2 Loss To Maple Leafs

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The Boston Bruins were unable to kill off a penalty in the final minutes of the third period during Monday night’s 4-2 loss to the Toronto Maple Leafs.

Toronto capitalized on a questionable interference call against Bruins forward Dominic Moore, as Leafs forward Tyler Bozak scored the game-winning goal with his 17th tally of the season.

After the game, interim head coach Bruce Cassidy gave credit to the Bruins’ strong third-period play but was disappointed that his team wasn’t able to get the job done in the final minutes.

To hear more comments from Cassidy, check out the video above from “Bruins Overtime Live.”

Thumbnail photo from Dan Hamilton/USA TODAY Sports

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