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BOSTON — Frederik Andersen finished off an energy drink as he prepared to speak with reporters.
Then he paused to take a sip of water in the middle of his first answer.
The exhausted Toronto goalie had earned every drop.
Andersen robbed David Pastrnak moments later with a great pad stop to keep the Leafs ahead.
The goal was just Brown’s second in 27 games, and marked the first time Toronto had led on the road in the series. With boos raining down as he crossed the blue line, Kadri slithered a pass down low to Johnsson, who cut behind Mc Avoy before beating Rask for the rookie’s first playoff goal.
Boston got going late in the first and had a couple of good chances on the power play, with Pastrnak hitting the post behind Andersen before the netminder made a nice save on Brad Marchand.
"This (was) do or die for us." Leafs head coach Mike Babcock juggled his lines with Toronto having scored just nine goals through four games, putting Brown alongside Matthews and Zach Hyman, and slotting Kadri — back from suspension for a dirty hit on Bruins winger Tommy Wingels in the opener — between Johnsson and William Nylander.
Tomas Plekanec skated with Patrick Marleau and Mitch Marner, while van Riemsdyk, Bozak and Kasperi Kapanen made up the fourth trio.
Jesus “Zeus” Gonzalez, a graduate of Aurora Central Catholic High School and Aurora University, was named the eighth head football coach in Larkin history Thursday.