Big game in Toronto on Monday night.
The Maple Leafs and Bruins tangled for the fourth and final time this season, and with Toronto entering the game only three points back of Boston in the Atlantic Division - and a wildly contested wild-card race in the East - the game came down to the final minutes.
With slightly under three minutes to play in a 1-1 game, Toronto was gifted a power play on a soft interference call against Dominic Moore, and just about a minute later, Tyler Bozak gave Toronto a lead it wouldn't relinquish (after Rask absolutely robbed Bozak a few seconds before his goal).
Cue a table slap from Maple Leafs president Brendan Shanahan - and absolutely no reaction whatsoever from Toronto general manager Lou Lamoriello.
Playoff fever: Shanahan's got it. And he showed it, for one brief second.
As for Lamoriello, he's nothing but a professional. But we're going to assume he's got that fever, too. He has to, right?