The last time the Montreal Canadiens were in Toronto it was P.K. Subban who left the ice after the final horn yelling a four letter expletive in a loss.
On Saturday night, it was Toronto Maple Leafs goalie James Reimer venting his frustration in the tunnel post-game as the Leafs fell 4-3 in a key matchup against the Canadiens at the Air Canada Center.
Montreal entered play three points ahead of Toronto in the Eastern Conference playoff race.
Reimer allowed the game winner just over the mid-way point of the third when Tomas Plekanec broke a 3-3 deadlock at 11:14.
The scoring play transpired as a goalie interference minor to James van Riemsdyk had expired and defenseman Dion Phaneuf was unable to clear the puck to kill the final seconds of the penalty.
Reimer did not come across his crease in time to stop Plekanec, who was set up at the bottom of the right circle on a nice cross-ice pass from Andrei Markov.