Breaking: Bruins make a change to their top line just seconds before Game 6!

Surprise move from Cassidy.

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The Boston Bruins  are looking to shake things up ahead of their Game 6 showdown in their first round series in the 2019 Stanley Cup Playoffs, but the Toronto Maple Leafs look like they will be standing pat, at least as far as their top line is concerned.

In spite of the fact that Boston Bruins head coach Bruce Cassidy indicated that the would keep the top line of Patrice Bergeron, Brad Marchand and David Pastrnak together for Game 6 he swapped out forward David Pastrnak moments before the start of the game and instead placed Danton Heinen on that line with Marchand and Bergeron.

Not to be outdone by his counterpart Toronto Maple Leafs head coach Mike Babcock will be trotting out some of his top stars while keeping his first line together. That is to say that the line of John Tavares, Zach Hyman and Mitch Marner will be the one that Babcock uses to counter Bergeron, Marchand and Heinen, at least to start the game.