As much as they probably are hating the prospect of playing the Leafs, the Sens have got to be licking their chops at the idea of playing either team right now.
So who wins tonight?
I think the Leafs will somehow, someway pull this out at home. I also think that if either team is up by a couple in the last few minutes it could get really, really ugly!!!
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With the suspension of Corson for tonight's game, the Leafs now have another reason to pull together and step it up another notch against the fishstix - I think Home Ice is going to be a factor too - should be interesting to watch how Yashin responds to not having a shadow inside his jersey though Corson hasn't shutdown like he has in the past
Leafs 4-3 in Double OT
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According to espn.com in an article found here: http://sports.espn.go.com/nhl/playoffs2003/story?id=1566237 Game 7 got the highest rating for the NHL since broadcast networks began carrying the finals in 1998. The rating was a 4.6 with an 8 share.