Nazem Kadri looking at fifth career suspension

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Kadri has been offered a hearing from the league's Department of Player Safety following a cross-check he delivered to the face of Bruins winger Jake DeBrusk in the final minutes of Saturday's Game 2 in Boston. The Bruins forward was already hot because of a hit the Leafs centre threw in the previous game that he deemed dirty. For his efforts, Kadri was assessed a five-minute major for cross-checking and a game misconduct.

Game 3 takes place in Toronto on Monday night at 7 p.m. ET. With that in mind, he wants to see more aggression from the Maple Leafs as the series shifts to Toronto. Now, maybe in the end, when you look at it and it says 4-0 or 4-1, you didn't think it was competitive, but usually every game is ultra-competitive. "In the end, Naz has someone else making a decision whether he's playing or not".

In last year's playoffs, Kadri was suspended three games for boarding Boston forward Tommy Wingels.

But the most controversial moments of violence revolved around Nazem Kadri, and his actions might force him to miss some time, too.

Kadri took his stick in both hands and planted the bar into DeBrusk's face.

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Babcock's options as replacements for his third-line centre include Marleau and William Nylander, but neither scenario is ideal.

"There's been a few road teams that have pulled off a couple victories and heading home with two in the bank", Kadri said after the morning skate. Now we'll just need to wait and find out who will actually be able to suit up for Games 3 and beyond.

The Bruins beat Toronto in Game 2 to even up their best-of-seven series at one game apiece.

Boston tied their series with Toronto 1-1 following their 4-1 win, while the Leafs' Nazem Kadri was ejected late in the 3rd period for an illegal cross check. Goal production has also been an issue for the Bruins when they visit Scotiabank Arena, with the club tallying just 2.11 goals per game over their past nine. "It's our turn to come out with a push". Many judged that the referees let the game spiral out of control with their inconsistency on penalty calls. The top line of David Pastrnak, Patrice Bergeron, and Brad Marchand led the Bruins attack on Saturday after being somewhat quiet in Game 1, with Marchand and Bergeron finding the back of the net and Pastrnak contributing an assist.

"It's time for f-ing Auston Matthews to wake up", Avery said. Last spring, Tomas Plekanec and Dominic Moore - both no longer National Hockey League players - lined up as options behind Matthews. "Basically let them know how we're going to play". "We made a couple of key mistakes early".