Boston vs Toronto Wed, Apr 17
|*Community||TOR -120 63%||u/6 61%|
*Consensus from 510 predictions.
|25.93rd||Power Play %||21.88th|
|79.916th||Penalty Kill %||79.918th|
|3rd||Power Play %||7th|
|20th||Power Play %||21st|
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Betting Prediction for Boston Bruins vs Toronto Maple Leafs on April 17, 2019, 7:00 PM ET
Free Betting Prediction: Boston will WIN and the Total will go Under .
The Boston Bruins look to regain home-ice advantage in this best-of-seven opening-round matchup against the Toronto Maple Leafs as Game 4 goes from Scotiabank Arena. Toronto earned home-ice advantage after splitting the first two games at TD Garden and grabbed a 2-1 series lead in Game 3 at home. The Leafs are a -120 favorite in tonight's game with the Bruins coming back at +100 and the total opening at 6 goals.Bruins vs Maple Leafs Game Center. Original matchup: http://bit.ly/2IBjbhp
Boston.com: David Pastrnak scores twice, Bruins beat Maple Leafs 6-4 to tie series
TORONTO (AP) -- David Pastrnak scored twice in quick succession, Brad Marchand had a goal and two assists and the Boston Bruins held off the Toronto Maple Leafs 6-4 on Wednesday night to tie the first-round series 2-2.
Charlie McAvoy had a goal and an assist, Zdeno Chara and Joakim Nordstrom also scored and Tuukka Rask made 38 saves.
Auston Matthews scored twice for Toronto. Zach Hyman and Travis Dermott also scored and Frederik Andersen stopped 25 shots.
Game 5 is Friday night in Boston.
After the Maple Leafs overcame a 2-0 deficit to tie it early in the second period, Pastrnak put Boston back in front at 3:16 when he redirected a pass from Marchand on a 2-on-1.
Bruins Daily: What We Learned: Bruins a step behind the Leafs in Game 3
TORONTO -- Whatever momentum the Bruins had following their bounce-back victory over the Maple Leafs in Game 2 didn't carry over as the series shifted north of the border.
The Bruins weathered an early storm from an energized Maple Leafs squad. But they were just a step behind in their execution as Toronto reclaimed the series lead with its 3-2 victory in Game 3 on Monday night.
Trevor Moore kicked off the five-goal second period on a rebound to give Toronto the early late. The Bruins bounced back shortly later on David Krejci's tally, but back-to-back power play markers by Auston Matthews and Andreas Johnsson seven minutes apart put them in a tough spot.