Boston Bruins Live
June 16, 2011 by staff
Boston Bruins Live, The Boston Bruins have not won a Stanley Cup since 1972, heyday of Bobby Orr. The Vancouver Canucks have never won a Cup, period, in its 41-year history. One of those streaks ends tonight in Game 7 of the Stanley Cup Finals at Rogers Arena in Vancouver. Very close and the series has offered hard hits or cheap shots (depending on your perspective), biting, remuneration, stroke objectives and explosions. What will tonight?
The Canucks will have to solve two problems that have plagued through much of the series. Vancouver has outscored Boston 19-8, with Roberto Luongo getting bombed in the TD Garden. It takes something like Luongo who is 3-0 at home with just two goals allowed in three games for a chance tonight. Meanwhile, the Canucks also have to solve the death penalty Bruins star-drive, which has allowed just two goals to play all series.
The Bruins, the team of milling and opportunistic, but a lack of multiple snipers, you have to find ways to get Luongo Vezina Trophy favorite and give Tim Thomas a lead to protect. Milan Lucic Boston was only 30-goal scorer this season, and Nathan Horton, one of the best scorers in Boston during the first three rounds of the playoffs, is out after the great success of Aaron Rome in Game 3.
Your X factor tonight is SEDIN Henrik, who had 94 points during the regular season and 21 points through the first three rounds of the playoffs, but only one goal (and help) against the Bruins. With the night of the last change in the icehouse, coach Alain Vigneault Canucks will try to move his brother Henrik and Zdeno Chara and Daniel sends out Boston in an effort to win duels exploitable. If successful, Vancouver could finally get to hoist the Cup.
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