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May 3, 2013

Bruins expect more physical play against Leafs

(Continued)

Toronto goalie James Reimer said he wasn’t surprised by anything in his first postseason game.

“I felt like I was well-prepared and ready to go,” he said. “The crowd is more into it, so there’s a little more intensity, so you have to find a way to keep calm no matter which way the game is swinging. “

Or how physical it gets.

“Whatever happens, happens. Our game plan doesn’t change,” Boston’s Dennis Seidenberg said. “We want to be physical, and we play in between the whistles, and whatever happens after I’m sure we’ve got a lot of guys who can take care of themselves.”

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