The Bruins beat the Maple Leafs 6-3 at the Air Canada Centre on Wednesday night, capping off an incredible November in which they did not lose a game in regulation. Boston’s only loss came in a shootout against Detroit on the day after Thanksgiving. Wednesday night’s win puts the B’s in first place in the Northeast Division of the Eastern Conference, one point ahead of Toronto. The drubbing of the Maple Leafs marked the 6th time they scored 6 or more goals in the month of November. The Leafs visit the TD Garden on Saturday to complete the home-and-home series. It was amazing to see the Bruins battle back from their rough start to have one of the best months in NHL history. No team had gone an entire month without a regulation loss since 2008 and the Bruins had not done so since 1969. Heading into December, the B’s look to keep things rolling as they seek their second strait Stanley Cup.