The rivalry between the Toronto Maple Leafs and the Boston Bruins has definitely taken off over the last couple of years.
What has really reignited the rivalry is the fact the Bruins have beaten the Leafs in Game 7 in three out of the four Leafs' last playoff appearances.
That's what led current Bruins' head coach Bruce Cassidy to take a little jab at the Leafs.
Cassidy was asked his thoughts on Toronto being a hub city and he's not against it all.
"We've played well in that rink in the playoffs, for the most part,"
It hasn't been made official yet but all indications point to Vegas and Toronto being hub cities for the NHL playoffs.
Bruce Cassidy on the possibility of playing in Toronto for a hub city: “We’ve played well in that rink in the playoffs for the most part.”
— Scott McLaughlin (@smclaughlin9) June 29, 2020