Mikhail Grabovski has Maple Leafs up, 1-0, after one

DJ Bean
January 03, 2011 - 2:41 pm
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Mikhail Grabovski has the Maple Leafs leading Tuukka Rask and the Bruins after a period of play. It's Rask's second consecutive start, and the youngster looks a bit more comfortable through a period than he did when he allowed three tallies to the Sabres in the first 20 minutes on Saturday. Tyler Seguin had a very good opportunity from the slot with about six minutes remaining when he took a pass from behind the net from Mark Recchi. Seguin missed wide, and later in the play fired another one from the point that was blocked by Luke Schenn. With the Bruins stuck in either the offensive zone or on a line change, Schenn hit a streaking Grabovski, who went in alone on Rask and and gave the Leafs the lead at 14:08. Gregory Campbell, who returned to the lineup after being sick and missing the last games, started on a line with Seguin and Shawn Thornton. Brad Marchand began the night with Recchi and Patrice Bergeron, the line on which he played vs. Atlanta and Buffalo, but a little more than midway through the period the Merlot Line of Marchand-Campbell-Thornton was reunited. James Reimer has saved all seven Bruins shots thus far, and the B's are 0-for-1 on the power play.
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