The Bruins again found out about flipping the switch Saturday night, only this time it was Toronto’s turn to throw it. Better in most phases of the game, especially when it came to turning chances into goals, the Maple Leafs pinned a 4-2 loss on the Bruins and evened up the best-of-seven series, 1-1.
“There was some doubt,’’ said Leafs coach Randy Carlyle, alluding to his club’s weakened confidence after Wednesday’s 4-1 lackluster loss in Game 1. “Tonight, we eliminated that doubt . . . we can go out there and compete.’’