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Toronto supporters surround Air Canada Centre as the Leafs try to even the series

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Bryan Barton sports a blue mohawk as he gathers with other Toronto Maple Leafs fans outside the Air Canada Centre before the start of game 4 playoff against the Boston Bruins in Toronto, Wednesday night.

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Jesse Krebs gathers with other Maple Leafs fans outside the Air Canada Centre before the start of game 4. Heading into the same, the Leafs are down 2-1 against the Bruins.

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Albertan Brad Carter gathers with other Toronto Maple Leafs fans outside the Air Canada Centre before the start of game 4. Maple Leaf Square, outside the arena, has been packed on every game night so far, and will be again tonight.

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Bryan Barton sports a blue mohawk as he gathers with other Toronto Maple Leafs fans outside the Air Canada Centre before the start of game 4 playoff against the Boston Bruins. Following tonight’s game, the Leafs will head back to Boston for game 5.

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Fernando Martino has his all-Leafs wardrobe finished off with a pair of Leafs slippers before Game 4 between the Toronto Maple Leafs and the Boston Bruins at the Air Canada Centre.

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Penned-in fans wait to get into Maple Leaf Square before Game 4 between the Toronto Maple Leafs and the Boston Bruins at the Air Canada Centre in Toronto.

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An excited Erica Crowder, 19, was among the fans gathered in Maple Leaf Square before Game 4 between the Toronto Maple Leafs and the Boston Bruins at the Air Canada Centre.

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Dennis Knapp and his son, Michael Knapp, outside of the ACC watching the fans gathered in Maple Leaf Square before Game 4 between the Leafs and the Bruins.

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Tiffany Chan shows off her nails painted with her favorite Leafs numbers while enjoying the party in Maple Leaf Square before Game 4, Wednesday evening.

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A hopeful Toronto fan puts a playoff spin on the popular “Keep Calm and Carry On” slogan outside the Air Canada Centre, ahead of game 4 between the Maple Leafs and the Boston Bruins.

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One fan hoists a rough facsimile of the ultimate prize, the Stanley Cup, in Maple Leaf Square before the start of game 4 between the Toronto Maple Leafs and the Boston Bruins, Wednesday night.

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Gilbert Salvedo of Scarborough was among the fans gathered in Maple Leaf Square before Game 4 at the Air Canada Centre.

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