The Toronto Maple Leafs opened another 4-1 lead in Boston, and this time they held on.
Five years after blowing a three-goal lead in a playoff elimination game against the Bruins, Toronto killed off a 5-on-3 and three more penalties to beat the Bruins 4-3 in Game 5 on Saturday night and force the series to a sixth game.
"That was a little bit nerve-wracking," said Toronto forward Nazem Kadri, who returned from a three-game suspension and had an assist. "But we were able to weather the storm. Playoff games on the road, sometimes you just have to survive."
Connor Brown and Andreas Johnsson each scored his first career playoff...