The Boston Bruins peppered Toronto goalie Frederik Andersen with 45 shots but lost to the Maple Leafs 4-3 in overtime Saturday night.

That's the second straight divisional game the B's have lost in extra time. Tampa Bay beat them in a shootout Thursday. In both cases, the Bruins do get one point in the standings so at 5-1-2 the Bruins stay ahead of both Toronto and TB but trail first place Buffalo.

In this one, the Leafs jumped out to a 2-0 lead but Jake DeBrusk and Danton Heinen scored to get the game tied.

After Toronto took a 3-2 lead, David Pastrnak scored his 9th goal of the season to force overtime.

That's when the Leafs skill players went to work...

The B's and Leafs meet again Tuesday night at Boston Garden.