Links for a lazy Sunday

TORONTO, CANADA - MARCH 19 James Reimer #34 of the Toronto Maple Leafs celebrates the 5-2 win over the Boston Bruins during game action at the Air Canada Centre March 19, 2011 in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. (Photo by Abelimages/Getty Images)

The Leafs dominated their Northeast rivals from Boston last night, including a three goal second period that put the game out of reach for the Bruins.  It won't get the Leafs into the playoffs, but any win over a divisional opponent is extra nice.  Tomas Kaberle had a fairly uneventful return to Toronto, although he did receive a standing ovation when introduced.  Toronto goes on a short western road trip this week, so be prepared for some later start times.

Sunday links:

Leafs bounce back against Bruins

Mirtle has the recap for the G&M

Game 73 - Game in 10

MLHS has a short recap as well

Hope, but keeping things in perspective

VLM reflects on what tonight's win means for the Leafs going forward

Leafs - Bruins post game thoughts

LeafsHQ offers some immediate analysis of the game

Goal Support

YakovMironov looks at how the team performs in front of their three goalies.

The Leafs' Season On The Line

Things don't get any easier after the Bruins

If you have any other links then please drop them into the comments and we'll add them as the day goes on.

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