The Bruins went into Toronto for Game 3 and handed the Maple Leafs a 5-2 loss in their first home playoff in nine seasons.
Joe Haggerty and Mike Giardi discuss the game on Great American Hockey Show.
Five different B's players scored in the win, and the lines were clicking on all cylinders.
But one line stood out above the rest - David Krejci, Nathan Horton, Milan Lucic - and that's where the "Compete Level" award comes into play.
"I'm going for all three. I'm going for that line," Haggerty said. "How many times this year did we look at those three players and say they're dogging it, they're not giving everything they can, they're just coasting through the regular season, it doesn't look like they're really putting any emotion or effort into is. Then all of a sudden, guess what, the light goes off in the playoffs and all three of them start going.
The two talk about the turning point in the game, before answering these tweets from our loyal viewers.
@mikecarroll23: What are you thoughts about the play of Chris Kelly so far this series? Not loving' it personally.
@MikeFromATown: Worse captain: Hazelwood or Phaneuf? The Exxon Valdez wasn't as leaky as Phaneuf's defense.
@HeyTherrien: Is Giardi less grumpy after a win or just a pillar a consistency? :)
Check out the entire video for everything you need to know about Game 3.