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Video: Luongo robs Havlat to keep game scoreless

May 1, 2013, 11:33 PM EDT

There are still at least two periods of hockey left in Vancouver, but so far the Canucks’ surprise starting goalie, Roberto Luongo, has been the star.

Here’s Luongo robbing San Jose forward Martin Havlat on an early San Jose power play:

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Luongo also made big saves off Patrick Marleau and Joe Thornton early in the first period to keep the score zero-zero heading into the intermission.

San Jose outshot Vancouver, 15-9, in the opening frame — a deficit that actually flattered the Canucks, who look disorganized and were outworked by the visitors.

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