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Key moments from last night's NHL playoff action

A look at plays that changed the game during night two of the Stanley Cup playoffs

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QUICK STRIKE Pascal Dupuis’ second goal of the game came just 32 seconds after Kris Letang‘s powerplay marker made it 3-0 and the rout was on.

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Marc-Andre Fleury stopped all 26 shots and the Penguins cruised to an easy 5-0 win to open their first-round series against the Islanders.

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WELCOME BACK WADE The Leafs scored an early powerplay goal to take the lead, but it was all downhill for Toronto after that. Playing in his first playoff game since 2009, Boston’s Wade Redden tied the game and assisted on the game winning goal.

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Toronto was unable to generate any offence throughout the game, as the Bruins exerted their physical presence, winning easily 4-1.

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ONE IS NOT ENOUGH After a sluggish first period, Vancouver came out firing in the second. Although they were able to score the first goal of the game, Antti Niemi would not allow another puck to beat him the rest of the way.

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Dan Boyle and Patrick Marleau scored two quick goals in the third as the Sharks became the first road team to win a game in the 2013 playoffs.

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