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  1. Aaron Rome doesn’t understand why he was suspended four games for hit on Nathan Horton

    Jun 12, 2011, 3:41 PM EDT

    Aaron Rome, Nathan Horton

    In today’s not-so-shocking news, Aaron Rome disagrees with the four-game suspension he received for his hit on Nathan Horton.

  2. Tim Thomas isn’t here to pump Roberto Luongo’s tires

    Jun 12, 2011, 3:14 PM EDT

    Vancouver Canucks v Boston Bruins - Game Four

    Ho hum, another day another memorable quote from a goalie in the Stanley Cup finals discussing the opposing goalie. This time Tim Thomas gets his say.

  3. Apparently scoring the first goal is important

    Jun 12, 2011, 9:00 AM EDT

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    Boston Bruins v Vancouver Canucks - Game Five

    Even though home-ice advantage has been important, the team that scores first has been the most telling statistic throughout the entire playoffs.

  4. Claude Julien responds to Luongo’s comments about Tim Thomas’ goaltending

    Jun 11, 2011, 8:16 PM EDT

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    Claude Julien says the Bruins are not using Roberto Luongo’s Game 5 post-game comments as motivation for Game 6 in Boston; but it’s clear the remarks have rubbed members of the Bruins organization the wrong way.

  5. Conn Smythe watch: Is it Tim Thomas’ award no matter what?

    Jun 11, 2011, 11:36 AM EDT

    Tim Thomas

    Is the Conn Smythe Trophy already in the bag for Boston’s Tim Thomas win or lose? It’s sure starting to look that way, but he might need the series to go seven games to make it work.

  6. Video: View Game 5 from NBC star cams and net cam

    Jun 11, 2011, 1:48 AM EDT

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    Boston Bruins v Vancouver Canucks - Game Five

    Check out more highlights from Game 5 from NBC’s star cams as well as from behind the goalies in net cam.

  7. Graceful victor? Roberto Luongo says he would’ve stopped the shot that beat Tim Thomas

    Jun 11, 2011, 1:03 AM EDT

    Roberto Luongo

    Roberto Luongo played great in Game 5 earning a shutout. He also said he would’ve stopped the lone goal that beat Tim Thomas to give Vancouver the win.

  8. Roberto Luongo’s fourth playoff shutout puts Vancouver one win away from first Stanley Cup

    Jun 10, 2011, 11:04 PM EDT

    Boston Bruins v Vancouver Canucks - Game Five

    The Cancuks are one win away from the Stanley Cup as Maxim Lapierre’s third period goal and Roberto Luongo’s fourth shutout of the playoffs give the Canucks a 1-0 win in Game 5.

  9. Vancouver gets their opportunities on Boston, but Game 5 stays tied 0-0 after two periods

    Jun 10, 2011, 10:11 PM EDT

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    Boston Bruins v Vancouver Canucks - Game Five

    After two periods of Game 5 we’re still scoreless even though Vancouver got their power play opportunities again.

  10. Canucks get aggressive, stop Bruins power play end first period 0-0 in Game 5

    Jun 10, 2011, 9:11 PM EDT

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    Boston Bruins v Vancouver Canucks - Game Five

    After a scoreless first period, the Canucks are bringing the body while the Bruins bring the shots and missed power play opportunities.

  11. Head games: While Luongo’s psyche is in question, is Thomas in Canucks’ heads?

    Jun 10, 2011, 1:01 PM EDT

    Tim Thomas

    While many wonder where Roberto Luongo’s mind is at, the other question is: can the Canucks get Tim Thomas out of their heads?

  12. Alain Vigneault on Roberto Luongo starting in Game 5: ‘You can bet on it’

    Jun 10, 2011, 5:21 AM EDT

    Roberto Luongo

    The word is that Roberto Luongo will remain in Vancouver’s net for Game 5. That word came from Canucks coach Alain Vigneault, though, so you never really know.

  13. Should Roberto Luongo start Game 5 for Vancouver?

    Jun 9, 2011, 6:41 PM EDT

    Cory Schneider, Roberto Luongo

    After Roberto Luongo gave up 12 goals in his last two starts, do you think the Canucks should start him in Game 5?

  14. Five Thoughts: The tables have turned… For now

    Jun 9, 2011, 10:00 AM EDT

    Vancouver Canucks v Boston Bruins - Game Four

    There’s a lot to pick through after Game 4 and a lot of it has to do with Brad Marchand and the great job he’s done in this series and with things getting ugly for Roberto Luongo as well.

  15. The soundtrack to Roberto Luongo’s misery

    Jun 9, 2011, 9:00 AM EDT

    Roberto Luongo, Christian Ehrhoff

    At one point, it seemed like “Chelsea Dagger” would be the ultimate theme song for Roberto Luongo’s saddest hockey moments. Yet after two disastrous games hearing plenty of the Bruins’ goal song, we decided to compile a “greatest hits” collection of the song he probably hates the most.

  16. Video: What they’re saying after Boston’s 4-0 win in Game 4 over Vancouver

    Jun 9, 2011, 1:11 AM EDT

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    Vancouver Canucks v Boston Bruins - Game Four

    The Versus panel of Bill Patrick, Keith Jones, and Jeremy Roenick break things down about Roberto Luongo, Keith Ballard, and Rich Peverley while Darren Pang talks with Brad Marchand after another great game.

  17. Bruins force the issue while Canucks meltdown take 3-0 lead after two periods

    Jun 8, 2011, 10:01 PM EDT

    Vancouver Canucks v Boston Bruins - Game Four

    The Bruins take advantage of some sloppy play from Vancouver’s defense and a leaky Roberto Luongo to take a 3-0 lead after two periods.

  18. Lasting first impression: Rich Peverley gives Boston a 1-0 lead after first period

    Jun 8, 2011, 9:01 PM EDT

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    Vancouver Canucks v Boston Bruins - Game Three

    Rich Peverley’s breakaway goal in the first gives Boston a 1-0 lead after one period in Game 4.

  19. Five things to look for in tonight’s Game 4

    Jun 8, 2011, 5:03 PM EDT

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    Wondering about what might shake loose in tonight’s Game 4 in Boston? We’ve got a hit list of five things to keep an eye out for.

  20. Much like Tim Thomas before him, Roberto Luongo will stay the course despite defeat

    Jun 8, 2011, 1:40 PM EDT

    Roberto Luongo

    Much like Tim Thomas did as Game 3 approached, Roberto Luongo won’t let some bumps in the road change his style. He shouldn’t either; isn’t that what got him this far in the first place?

  21. Bruins explode in second period to take commanding 4-0 lead in Game 3

    Jun 6, 2011, 10:02 PM EDT

    Vancouver Canucks v Boston Bruins - Game Three

    The Bruins needed a big response in the second period and got it immediately as Andrew Ference’s goal 11 seconds into the second set the tone for a

  22. Video: Aaron Rome’s dirty hit on Nathan Horton overshadows a scoreless first period in Game 3

    Jun 6, 2011, 9:09 PM EDT

    Vancouver Canucks v Boston Bruins - Game Three

    Aaron Rome’s late and dirty hit on Nathan Horton will dominate discussion after the first period and beyond after a scoreless first period in Game 3.

  23. Roberto Luongo has a slight edge on Tim Thomas through two games

    Jun 6, 2011, 10:00 AM EDT

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    Boston Bruins v Vancouver Canucks - Game Two

    The edge has been just two goals in two games, but so far Roberto Luongo has been just a bit better than Tim Thomas in the 2011 Stanley Cup finals. This post looks at why Luongo’s on top through two.

  24. Will the bounces continue to go Vancouver’s way in Game 3?

    Jun 6, 2011, 9:00 AM EDT

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    Boston Bruins v Vancouver Canucks - Game Two

    It might seem like the Canucks are getting all the bounces, but this post shows that they’ve gone both ways in their playoff run. That being said, they’ve received more breaks lately … so will that trend continue during Game 3 in Boston?

  25. Conn Smythe Trophy watch: Leading candidates after Game 2

    Jun 5, 2011, 11:00 PM EDT

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    With the first two games of the 2011 Stanley Cup finals in the books, which Canucks and Bruins players have the best chance to win the Conn Smythe Trophy for playoff MVP?

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