Defensive Meltdowns Cost Bruins in Game 2

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Defensive Meltdowns Cost Bruins in Game 2
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With Andrew Ference serving a one-game suspension, the Bruins had to jumble up their defensive pairings prior to Game 2 Saturday night at the TD Garden. Taking Ference's place was Dougie Hamilton, who had a solid night in his playoff debut, tallying four shots in his 13:32 of ice time. But with the reliable duo of Zdeno Chara and Dennis Seidenberg split up for one game, the B's lacked stability on the blue-line. And the Leafs were able to take advantage of the opportunity.

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