The Toronto Maple Leafs' first foray into the postseason in nine years didn't really go as planned.
They were matched up against the 2011 Stanley Cup champions, the big bad Boston Bruins. In recent seasons, the Bruins have had their way with the Leafs both physically and on the scoresheet.
The Buds have been snake-bitten whenever they played the Bruins, and their first game showed that much had not changed.
The rough and tumble B's were able to impose their will on the Maple Leafs on the way to a lopsided 4-1 decision.
If the Blue and White hope to play a better second game, there are some definite improvements they need to make.
Here are four changes that can help the Leafs right the ship and attempt to steal a win in Boston.