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Lightning, Maple Leafs have much on line in Game 7 of Eastern First Round
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The Maple Leafs are trying to win a series in the Stanley Cup Playoffs for the first time since 2004, a source of frustration in one of the most passionate hockey markets in the world.One team is chasing history. First of all, it's really hard to have it within your grasp, let alone get it, and right now it's within our grasp, and we're chasing it."The Maple Leafs have to prove they can win a series before they can worry about the ultimate goal: ending the NHL's longest championship drought by winning the Cup for the first time since 1967, the end of the Original Six era.Since defeating the Ottawa Senators in seven games in the Eastern Conference Quarterfinals in 2004, Toronto has lost seven straight series. Center John Tavares has six (three goals, three assists).They came back from down 2-0 in Game 5 to win 4-3, and they came back from down 2-0 in Game 6 to take a 3-2 lead, though they lost 4-3 in overtime."I think it just speaks to the fact that our team and this season is unique and different," Maple Leafs coach Sheldon Keefe said.

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