The Boston Bruins put Roberto Luongo and the Stanley Cup back on the shelf.
The Vancouver Canucks have pulled goalie Roberto Luongo, who gave up three early goals to the Boston Bruins in Game 6 of the Stanley Cup finals.
The Boston Bruins are fighting for a chance for a winner-takes-all Game 7 on Wednesday for the Stanley Cup. But right now, all their attention is on Monday night’s Game 6 at the TD Garden.
Gresh & Zo discussed Game 5 of the Stanley Cup Final and all the talk coming from the Canucks dressing room.
The Stanley Cup is in Boston, but Dennis Seidenberg and the Bruins are hoping it stays off the ice Monday night.
Joe Haggerty spoke with Toucher & Rich about the Bruins-Canucks series, why the B’s lost Game 5 and what the Bruins need to do to win.
Bruins DieHard dared to think he could see the Bruins raise the cup at the Garden Monday night. But he should have known that nothing comes easy for the Bruins in these Stanley Cup Playoffs.
The Boston Bruins tried to push the mute button on the controversy over Roberto Luongo’s verbal swipe at Tim Thomas.
The Boston Bruins know their hopes of getting back to Vancouver and a chance to win the Stanley Cup ride largely on how they play in front of the Canucks’ net.
It’s not the words you want to see this weekend unless you’re talking about your Boston Bruins. We’re not.