With their opening round series tied 1-1, the Maple Leafs will play their first home playoff game in nine years Monday.
Joffrey Lupul is anticipating a huge response from the home crowd at Air Canada Centre for Game Three, saying "I think it will be crazy. I'm really excited. This game's only been over for 20 minutes and I'm already thinking about playing back in Toronto. I can't wait to get out there. Hopefully, it will be crazier than ever." Lupul was one of the best Leafs in Saturday's victory as he potted a pair of goals, continuing the trend that existed for the regular season when the winger was healthy.