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TORONTO — Uh-oh. It’s happened again.
Looking tired, slow, and frustrated, and with no obvious answer to reverse that trend, the Bruins scored but one goal Sunday at the Air Canada Centre, and now they’re down to one last chance to keep their postseason alive.
Game 7, Boston-Toronto, Monday night at the Garden. Two teams going in opposite directions, the Maple Leafs up the ladder to respectability, the Bruins down so far it will be their sixth Game 7 in their last seven playoff series, and they will try to reach Round 2 after leading for a 44 seconds in their last three games.
“Poor puck management,’’ said Bruins coach Claude Julien, after the Leafs cashed in on third-period goals by Dion Phaneuf and Phil Kessel.