By Zach Scribner
The series shifts to Boston tomorrow, as the Leafs hope for better fate then 2013.
Hi, I'm Zach Scribner with Off The Wire
The Toronto Maple Leafs and Boston Bruins are going to a game 7.
The Leafs were facing elimination for the second game in a row, but it didn't faze them as they downed Boston 3-1.
This win might be the most special one of the season, as they were playing for the City yesterday after the events that took place in North York.
The Leafs held a moment of silence to honour the victims of the tragic crash.
But once the puck dropped, the focus was on the game.
Toronto's youngsters delivered in key times at the game to send Leaf fans home happy.
After the Bruins opened the scoring, William Nylander tied the game up 35 seconds later.
Mitchell Marner scored the game winning goal, on a nice backhand that beat Tuukka Rask.
But now the series shifts to Boston for the only game 7 in the first round of the playoffs.
Everyone knows what happened in 2013, so it will be important for Toronto to play the full 60 minutes.
Another interesting thing to keep in mind is what will be shown outside the ACC tomorrow? Will it be the Raptors, or the Leafs game.
I'm Zach Scribner