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Pastrnak scores twice as Bruins down Maple Leafs in Game 4

TORONTO—With the Maple Leafs buzzing and Scotiabank Arena rocking after Toronto equalized early in yesterday's second period, the Bruins needed a push from their dormant stars.

David Pastrnak, Brad Marchand and Patrice Bergeron delivered, and now the Eastern Conference quarterfinal is heading back to Boston tied at two games apiece.

Tavares' return to Long Island overshadows win

TORONTO—John Tavares answered three questions about a resounding Toronto Maple Leafs' victory before attention turned to what was already on everyone's mind—the star centre's return to Long Island.

Andreas Johnsson scored twice as part of Toronto's four-goal outburst in a seven-minute stretch to open the second period in the Leafs' 6-2 dismantling of the Edmonton Oilers last night.

Knights, Preds load up at NHL trade deadline

One year later, the Ottawa Senators and Vegas Golden Knights finally came together on a deadline day blockbuster.

Ottawa shipped winger Mark Stone to Sin City for a package that includes defence prospect Erik Brannstrom, centre Oscar Lindberg, and a second-round selection in the 2020 draft just before the NHL's 3 p.m. (ET) trade cut-off yesterday.

Kadri's hat trick fuels Leafs over Caps

TORONTO—The jubilant cheers coming from the Maple Leafs' locker-room very easily could have been swapped out for a collective sigh of relief.

Nazem Kadri recorded his fifth-career hat trick as part of a four-point night, and Auston Matthews snapped the second-longest goal drought of his career, as Toronto doubled the free-falling Washington Capitals 6-3 last night.