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William Nylander's hat trick helps Toronto Maple Leafs halt three

Long before his game winner with 1:36 remaining in Toronto's deliciously wild 6 5 victory over the Bruins, it would have been impossible not to think of May 13, 2013, one of the worst nights in Leafs history and one that unfolded in this very same building.A 4 1 blown lead in Game 7 of an Eastern Conference quarter final seemed to damn the team for the next two seasons, you don't need to be reminded, ultimately leading to the implosion and dramatic rebuild that is thriving now.But now, you may as well flush it from memory.There was a 4 1 blown lead at the TD Garden on Saturday night as well (and a 5 4 one late in the third period, for that matter). But this time, the Leafs dug in, found a way and will to win and left with arguably their most important two points of the season."We just kept battling the whole game," said van Riemsdyk, whose two goals somewhat overshadowed the first career hat trick for rookie teammate imitation enamel gold jewelry William Nylander. "I think in times like this, you've got to stick together as a team and I think we did that."The good teams know how to handle adversity well. It was a good response game for us."Not always pretty and far from structured at times from a Leafs team that is struggling defensively, the response had massive implications for a young group that continues to find ways to grow.For starters, it ended a three game regulation time losing streak, the longest of the season for coach Mike Babcock's team. And most significantly for a playoff push that is now very real, the Leafs moved to within a point of the Bruins for the final Atlantic Division playoff spot, with Toronto holding a massive five games in hand."It was important (to halt the losing streak) for sure," Leafs defenceman Morgan Rielly said after his team beat the Bruins for the third time in three meetings this season. "We talked about it before the game in the room and than again after the first period."But the most impressive part was the push back and the push back again. It was a huge two points. There was calmness at times. Guys want to be out there and guys want to answer the bell. We've got a lot of guys who can imitation white enamel bracelet make a difference."Wildly entertaining as it was before a sellout crowd anxious to get Super Bowl weekend started in style, this game had so many layers to it.Start with the Toronto rookies. Led by Nylander, who showed his sublime skill with the puck on his stuck, Toronto freshman had four goals and seven assists. Included in that tally were three assists from Auston Matthews (a single game high) and a huge goal from Connor Brown to give the Leafs a 5 4 lead at 15:15 of the third.Incredibly and dramatically, there was still plenty of hockey to be played at that point, however.Noted Leafs killer Patrice Bergeron tied it up on the power play at 17:04 but rather than wilting, that just set the stage for van Riemsdyk's dramatic game winner and his 19th goal of the season."We were resilient all night," Matthews said. "We were pretty calm, I imitation hermes bag price thought. Our leaders definitely stepped up."The win certainly wasn't the way Babcock would have preferred the script, though when Nylander finished off his hat trick midway through the second, the 4 1 lead that chased Bruins goalie Tuukka Rask from the game had to look good.The Bruins chipped back, however, starting with David Pastrnak's second of the night at 10:55 of the middle period. When the Garden erupted during a long and hammering heavyweight bout between the Bruins' Adam McQuaid and the Leafs' Matt Martin, the emotion swung to the Boston side.A Torey Krug power play goal later in the period got the Bruins to within one and the madness was in full force."I've been in a number of these over the years when your club hasn't won in a while and it's usually ugly when you finally do win, so that was the ugly one," Babcock said.As ugly as it was to some eyes, Babcock never saw his players young and old flinch at the prospect of a blown lead resulting in a crucial loss to extend the losing streak ad possibly erode at their confidence."They just wanted to win," Babcock said, when asked to describe his bench imitation gold and enamel bracelets when the score was 4 4. "We talked a lot about that. You've got to dig in and find a way. If I told you before the game you were going to be up in the third, you'd be in a great spot.

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