April 28th, 2013 by

Bruins-Maple Leafs first round schedule

Bruins-Maple Leafs first round schedule

Following their 4-2 loss to the Ottawa Senators, the Boston Bruins finished fourth in the Eastern Conference and will face the fifth seeded Toronto Maple Leafs in the first round of the 2013 Stanley Cup Playoffs. Here’s a complete look at the series schedule (all games start at 7 pm).

Game 1: Wednesday, May 1, at TD Garden
Game 2: Saturday, May 4, at TD Garden
Game 3: Monday, May 6, at Air Canada Centre
Game 4: Wednesday, May 8, at Air Canada Centre
Game 5: Friday, May 10, at TD Garden (if necessary)
Game 6: Sunday, May 12, at Air Canada Centre (if necessary)
Game 7: Monday, May 13, at TD Garden (if necessary)

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  1. Pingback: Bruins hand Canadiens division title; face Leafs in playoffs - Bruins Daily April 29, 2013 [...] The series kicks off Wednesday night in Boston with Game 2 taking place on Saturday. The rest of the schedule can be found here. [...]

  2. Pingback: Bruins hand Habs division title; face Leafs in playoffs - Bruins Daily April 29, 2013 [...] The series kicks off Wednesday night in Boston with Game 2 taking place on Saturday. The rest of the schedule can be found here. [...]

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