Playoff hockey is finally here.
The Boston Bruins and the Toronto Maple Leafs are lined up in the first round of the Stanley Cup playoffs. Boston enters the post season as No. 2 in the Eastern Conference and has a home advantage in its series with Toronto.
The NHL on Sunday revealed dates and times for all series of the first round.
Here's the schedule for Bruins-Leafs:
Times for games 5, 6 and 7 will be announced when the games become necessary.
The Bruins on Sunday also announced a series of roster moves.
Boston ended its regular season on Saturday with a 6: 3 defeat to the Tampa Bay Lightning. The Lightning scored 62 points, the record for most victories of the regular season in NHL history.
The Bruins finished the third best record of the NHL behind Lightning and Calgary Flames. A second round with the Lightning and a Stanley Cup final against the flames are the only possible series in which Boston would have no home advantage.
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