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  • Bruins top Canucks in Game Three of Stanley Cup Finals

    Bruins top Canucks in Game Three of Stanley Cup Finals
     Boston clawed their way back into the NHL Stanley Cup Finals by mauling the Vancouver Canucks 8-1 Monday after they were stung into action by a vicious hit on Nathan Horton. The Canucks arrived in Boston holding a 2-0 lead in the best-of-seven series...
  • Luongo gives Vancouver the win it needed as Canucks offence in a slump

    Luongo gives Vancouver the win it needed as Canucks offence in a slump
    The Vancouver Canucks defeated the Boston Bruins 1-0 Friday night to takes a 3-2 lead in the Stanley Cup final. Here's a report card on the two teams (performances rated 1-to-10): Goaltenders Boston: Tim Thomas took the loss, but allowed only one goal...
  • Bruins chase Luongo, force Game 7 with 5-2 win

    Bruins chase Luongo, force Game 7 with 5-2 win
    The Stanley Cup was resting in its carrying case, ready to be transported to TD Garden for its annual shining moment. Now it's on its way to Vancouver. The Boston Bruins emphatically made sure of that Monday at TD Garden. The Bruins rocked the Vancouver...
  • Bruins Beat Canucks 4-0 For Stanley Cup Championship

    Bruins Beat Canucks 4-0 For Stanley Cup Championship
    The Boston Bruins are champions for the first time since 1972 thanks to Patrice Bergeron, Brad Marchand and Tim Thomas. Bergeron scored a pair of goals and Thomas made 37 saves for his fourth shutout of these playoffs, as the Bruins handled the Canucks,...
  • Keith will miss Blackhawks' showdown with Canucks

    Keith will miss Blackhawks' showdown with Canucks
    Duncan Keith will not be in the Chicago Blackhawks' lineup Sunday night when they face their most bitter rival, the Vancouver Canucks. The defenseman has an injured left hand after getting hit by a shot last Monday night against the Nashville Predators...
  • Bolland 'likely' in, Seabrook out for Blackhawks

    Bolland 'likely' in, Seabrook out for Blackhawks
    VANCOUVER, British Columbia -- Dave Bolland skated with Chicago Blackhawks teammates during their morning skate Wednesday and the center is likely to play against the Vancouver Canucks. Bolland, who has missed three consecutive games with an injured...
  • Former Panther Roberto Luongo survives first 2 days of World Series of Poker

    Former Panther Roberto Luongo survives first 2 days of World Series of Poker
    Instead of corralling slap shots from NHL players, Roberto Luongo is gathering poker chips. Lots of 'em. Luongo, the Panthers' goalie from 2000-06, has survived the first two days of the World Series of Poker main event in Las Vegas. He resumes play...
  • Simple for Hawks: Finish or be finished

    Simple for Hawks: Finish or be finished
    The Blackhawks played the NHL-wide-despised Canucksabout even in the first period of their first game back from an All-Star Game as useful as John Scott. After that, the Hawks dominated play. Shots, chances, puck possession --- you name, it, the Hawks...
  • Solid effort has Blackhawks on roll

    Solid effort has Blackhawks on roll
    The Blackhawks' Q rating — as in Quenneville — is on the rise. In their second game with Joel Quenneville as their coach, the Hawks put together their most solid effort of the young season to defeat the Vancouver Canucks 4-2 on Sunday night...
  • Luongo continues mastery of Hawks

    Luongo continues mastery of Hawks
    Having to face red-hot goaltender Roberto Luongo was tough enough for the Blackhawks, but throw in a slow start and it spelled disaster. The Hawks came out sluggish in the first period and Luongo was just strong enough to allow the Vancouver Canucks to...
  • Savard says Hawks will find their way

    Savard says Hawks will find their way
    Leave it to the ever-optimistic Denis Savard to find a positive about the Blackhawks losing their fourth game in a row. "I strongly believe this is going to make us better in the long run," the Hawks' coach said. "It's just going to make us get closer as...