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UncategorizedJun 8, 3 years ago

End of 20: Bruins 1, Canucks 0

BOSTON — At the end of the first period at the TD Garden, the Bruins lead the Vancouver Canucks 1-0. The Canucks doubled-up the Bruins’ on shots, 12-6, but Tim Thomas stood tall between the pipes and head into the locker room with the all…

NewsJun 7, 3 years ago

Horton to miss remainder of playoffs with severe concussion

After rallying behind Nathan Horton in their Game 3 win, the Bruins, to little surprise, will have to deal without Horton’s presence for the remainder of the playoffs. Moments ago, Bruins General Manager Peter Chiarelli announced that Horton ha…

Post GameJun 7, 3 years ago

Bruins win one for Horton in Game 3

BOSTON – If the Bruins’ 8-1 victory in Game 3 didn’t indicate their dominance, then a rally for an injured teammate did. At 5:07 of the first period, Canucks defenseman Aaron Rome leveled Nathan Horton with a headshot in the Bruins’ o…

UncategorizedJun 7, 3 years ago

Bruins’ special team’s shining

If you told me at the beginning of the Stanley Cup Finals that the Bruins power play would be better than the Canucks after three games, I’d have you tarred-and-feathered from here to Vancouver. he Canucks, loaded with offensive firepower up fr…

Post GameJun 7, 3 years ago

Final score: Bruins 8, Canucks 1

BOSTON – Seven different goal scorers and 40-of-41 saves by Tim Thomas, and the Boston Bruins are right back in this Stanley Cup Finals. Tonight’s 8-1 shellacking ties the 1996 Stanley Cup Finals game for the most lopsided  Finals when C…

UncategorizedJun 6, 3 years ago

End of 40: Bruins 4, Canucks 0

BOSTON — To say the Bruins took the emotion of the first period and slanted the ice in Roberto Luongo’s direction would be an understatement, as they rambled-off four unanswered goals The goals:…