Is Nazem Kadri the Next Tom Wilson?

Leafs' Kadri could face suspension for high hit

2019 Stanley Cup Playoffs: Maple Leafs' Nazem Kadri may face another postseason suspension, this time for cross-check

The move isn't unfamiliar for the 22-year-old, who also shifted to the middle earlier this season when Kadri was out injured.

National Hockey League first-round playoff action on Monday evening and a pair of teams from the Atlantic Division will square off as the Boston Bruins tangle with the Toronto Maple Leafs at Scotiabank Arena in Toronto, Ontario. "That's just it. Skill is a wonderful thing; will is more important at this time of year and determination". We have depth, we'll adjust. "Just happy we got the win".

However, in Game 2, the Bruins went back to their game of physicality and skill and displayed way more discipline than the Leafs, specifically forward Nazem Kadri, who crossed the line one too many times, the worst being a cross-check to the face of Bruins forward Jake DeBrusk.

"Naz plays with a passion and obviously has an edge to his game", Hyman said".

"I feel better today", DeBrusk said Monday. I think you'll like his answer. Now we'll just need to wait and find out who will actually be able to suit up for Games 3 and beyond. You appreciate his passion and he brings a lot to our locker room. "I didn't see it and haven't reviewed because it was down the wall from us".

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Several Maple Leafs players made available after Saturday's game said they did not see Kadri's hit on DeBrusk from a proper angle and therefore did not want to comment on it. The team that played the hardest won Game 2.

DeBrusk said he underwent tests after the game and is still waiting for the results. "Game 3, he should drop the gloves with DeBrusk and go toe-to-toe at center ice, set the f-ing tone for the home crowd".

"They eliminate officials as they go, they have people who watch them and decide whether they are the right people to move on". No one person is going to have the same decision as another over a span of 60 minutes. Any time you cross the line, though, you have a chance to let someone else make the decision whether you play or not. We're the least penalized team in the league so I guess it's out of character for us to take them.

"The only problem with Kadri's hit [on DeBrusk] is he didn't take the top f-ing row of DeBrusk's teeth out", Avery said.

The Bruins are 5-2 in their last 7 meetings with the Maple Leafs and 15-5 in their last 20 games following a win while the home team is 6-2 in the last 8 meetings between these sides. He could receive a suspension of five games or more.

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Despite another slow start to his playoff campaign, Auston Matthews and Mike Babcock are confident that things will turn around for the Leafs superstar.

He also noted if every player retaliated for every big hit in the playoffs "there would be no players left on the ice".

Matthews also scored in Game 3 last season against the Bruins, but unlike his rookie playoff series against Washington when he scored in Game 3 and then in every other game the rest of the way, that tally previous year didn't lead to more points.

"I can always be better", Matthews said.

"You want to, obviously, score and create and produce", he said, "I mean, you're getting shots and opportunities from the slot and they're not going in so you just got to keep shooting andstay patient".

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