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Tim Thomas and Patrice Bergeron Claude Julien
The Stanley Cup finals may be over, but we're not done reliving some of our favorite moments from the 2011 NHL playoffs: First round: Game 4, Capitals at RangersBurnside: After Washington coach Bruce Boudreau suggested the fans at Madison Square Garden weren't all that loud, the MSG faithful began a spontaneous chant of "Can you hear us" as the Rangers took a 3-0 lead against the Caps.
Boston Bruins at Vancouver Canucks (series tied at 3), 8 p.m. ET This is the 16th Game 7 in Stanley Cup finals history and the sixth since 2000. Boston has never played in a Game 7 in the Stanley Cup finals.
Join Scott Burnside, Pierre LeBrun and the entire NHL crew as they bring you live analysis and answer your questions during Game 7 of the Stanley Cup finals.
Fans were grabbing their spot early Wednesday at the corner of Georgia and Hamilton to be ready for Game 7 of the Stanley Cup finals. Kyte.Embed.path="http://media.
Barry Melrose and Steve Levy debate if something weird will happen, how Roberto Luongo will play, who will win the Conn Smythe and more in a Game 7 edition of fact or fiction.
With the Stanley Cup finals going to a decisive Game 7, the demand for tickets to Wednesday night's game increased significantly on StubHub. The most expensive ticket purchased on StubHub for Game 7 was $7,800.
Steve Levy and Barry Melrose have the latest road report from the Stanley Cup finals:
Claude Julien looks ahead to Game 7: Alain Vigneault on Canucks' missed opportunity: Tim Thomas and Mark Recchi on importance of Game 6: ...
BOSTON -- Brad Marchand kept punching and punching and punching.And Daniel Sedin stood there and kept taking punch after punch after punch. Did Sedin wonder how many punches it would take for Marchand to get a penalty?
ESPN's Barry Melrose breaks down the decisions both coaches have to make going into Game 7 of the Stanley Cup finals. Vancouver Canucks: The obvious question for Alain Vigneault is Roberto Luongo.
Vancouver Canucks at Boston Bruins (Canucks lead 3-2), 8 p.m. ET The Canucks are one win away from winning their first Stanley Cup. In 1994, they lost to the Rangers in the Cup finals in Game 7.
Join Scott Burnside, Pierre LeBrun and the entire NHL crew as they bring you live analysis and answer your questions during Game 6 of the Stanley Cup finals.