Game Summary, Jan, 21: Boston 4 at Toronto 3 (SO)

Leafs scorers: Blake (14), Stempniak (8), May (1)
Bruins scorers: Wheeler (14), Wideman (9), Chara (11), Ryder – shootout winner

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Forward Lines: Ponikarovsky-Stajan-Stempniak, Tlusty-Moore-Blake, Grabovski-Antropov-Hagman, May-Mitchell-Mayers
Defence pairings: Kaberle-Kubina, Schenn-White, Stralman-Frogren
Goaltenders: Toskala (Shootout Loss, 64:51 minutes played, 27 saves, 3 GA), Joseph (0:00)

Noteworthy:
-Brad May scored his first goal as a Leaf, and first goal in 60 NHL games (Dec. 14, 2007 with Anaheim, vs. Minnesota)
-Nikolai Kulemin returned to the Toronto lineup after missing four games with a foot injury.
-Toronto has surrendered at least one power-play goal in 11 of their past 12 games.
-Boston won their first game this year when trailing after two periods (1-6-2)
-The Leafs held a pre-game ceremony to honour the 75th anniversary of the first All-Star game. Proceeds of the game, held on Feb. 14, 1934, had gone to benefit the Leafs’ Ace Bailey, whose playing career ended with a life-threatening injury suffered two months earlier following a hit by the Bruins’ Eddie Shore.

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