Toronto paper mocks Bruins

In mid-May, the Toronto Maple Leafs

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target="_blank">choked away Game 7 of their first-round series

with the Boston Bruins in perhaps the most devastating way one

could imagine.

Most devastating, that was, until Monday night, when the Bruins

href="http://msn.foxsports.com/nhl/story/stanley-cup-final-game-6-live-blog-chicago-blackhawks-boston-bruins-series-can-end-062413"

target="_blank">allowed two goals in 17 seconds late in the

third period of Game 6 of the Stanley Cup Finals,

href="http://msn.foxsports.com/nhl/story/Stanley-Cup-Boston-Bruins-collapse-vs-Chicago-Blackhawks-062413"

target="_blank">handing the championship to the Chicago

Blackhawks instead of forcing a Game 7 Wednesday.

Still apparently bitter about what happened in the first round,

the Toronto Sun took to its front page Tuesday to revel in the

Bruins’ heartbreak on behalf of the fans of the city:

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It is at this point that most Bruins fans would like to kindly

remind the city of Toronto that they have played in two Stanley

Cups in the last three seasons — winning one — while

the Leafs haven’t won a playoff series since 2004 and haven’t

reached the finals in 46 years.