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Maple Leafs accuse Bruins of cheating on faceoffs

TORONTO — As the Game 3 visitors, the Bruins’ centers should have put down their sticks first before every face­off. Based on watching clips, Maple Leafs coach Randy Carlyle didn’t believe the Bruins followed the rulebook.

“When you’re at home, you think you would be afforded some of the staples of the opposition having to be down first and stop,” the Toronto coach said after his team’s practice at the Air Canada Centre on Tuesday. “In our review, there were some things going on out there that we don’t agree with, as far as forcing the opposition to stop.”

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