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Bruins pound Maple Leafs

Nov 6, 2011 - 1:35 AM
Toronto, ON (Sports Network) - The hangover might be over for the Bruins.

Tyler Seguin recorded his first career hat trick, Milan Lucic added two goals and Tim Thomas notched his 27th career shutout as the Boston Bruins routed the Toronto Maple Leafs, 7-0.

It's the first time this season that the Bruins have won back-to-back games.

David Krejci and Gregory Campbell also added goals for the Bruins, who improved to 5-7-0 on the season.

Ben Scrivens was pulled in the second period after allowing five goals on 14 shots. Jonas Gustavsson finished the game and made six saves for Toronto, which won four of its last five contests coming in.

Seguin had the lone tally in the first period as he snapped a shot past Scrivens on the power play.

The Bruins lit the lamp four times in the second period with Seguin scoring twice.

Seguin and Lucic's goals came eight seconds apart, and Seguin's hat-trick goal came with 4:59 remaining in the period.

Seguin flew in on the right wing on a 3-on-2, received a pass from Patrice Bergeron skating in from the high slot, and finished with a wrist shot from the right circle.

Krejci wristed one home just 14 seconds later to make it 5-0.

Lucic and Campbell accounted for the scoring in the final period.

Game Notes

Seguin has seven goals this season...The Bruins take on the Islanders on Monday to kick off a five-game homestand, and the Maple Leafs stay in Toronto to clash with the Panthers on Tuesday.