Stop being careless with the puck
The worst thing the Leafs can do is give the Bruins free chances. For example, the giveaway by William Nylander on the third goal in Game 2 is something that cannot happen especially that easily.
Give Boston credit for bucking down defensively giving the Leafs no room to breathe but Toronto didn’t help their case by handling the puck like a grenade. This was something Babcock alluded to after the game.
"“It’s nothing we didn’t talk about or prepare, for but we didn’t execute,” Babcock told Lance Hornby of the Toronto Sun. “Instead of getting the puck in and getting on their defence, we turned it over. In the end, that cost us.”"
If the Leafs want to avoid that in Game 3, they will need to buckle down and play with more backbone which doesn’t mean playing more physically, rather, they need to be more aggressive on the forecheck and not be careless with the puck.