Bruins Not Worried About Offense After Loss

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Maple Leafs were more opportunistic than the Bruins in Monday's Game 3 in Toronto. Boston lost 4-2, though still leads the series 2-1.

B's out-shot the Leafs 42-30 and certainly had chances - 3 posts! But, Frederick Andersen was solid.

Torey Krug is not worried about one tough outing after the black and gold lit the lamp a dozen times the first two meetings.

“This whole season, we’ve been confident in scoring goals,” Krug said. “It’s one game – we’ve got to move on to the next one, get ready to go and make sure that we are capitalizing on chances when we do get them. But, I don’t think that it’s a frustrated group at all.”

Part of the problem - Boston's top line totaled 20 points in Boston, then zero north of the border after combining for nine shots.

Bruce Cassidy, any frustration from Patrice Bergeron, Brad Marchand, and David Pastrnak?

“I don’t think they’ll be frustrated at all,” Cassidy said. “Sometimes it’s gonna go your way. Sometimes it’s not. It didn’t go our way last night. I mean, Pasta [Pastrnak] had a lot of good looks that he’s gonna finish. We saw it in the first two games.”

“Clearly, it’s gonna give them [Toronto] motivation – it should. When you keep them off the score sheet, it will be talked about. We talked about it with [Auston] Matthews. At the end of the day - no, I don’t think it will bother them one bit. In fact, it might bear down on them a little more and that’s what you’d hope would be the case, when they don’t go in. That you make sure you get it by the guy, when you get a chance.”

Game four is tomorrow.

WBZ NewsRadio 1030's Adam Kaufman Reports

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