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By Mark Davis
The nation founders, the Lone Star State thrives
Topic - Andrew Ference
Ben Scrivens has been a bright spot for the Edmonton Oilers this season.
In the corner of the Boston Bruins' locker room, hanging from the hooks in Andrew Ference's stall, is a yellow running singlet with the team's "Spoked B" logo on the front.
Patrice Bergeron knows opponents will get fired up to beat the Stanley Cup champions. That's what he did when he faced the team that won the title before his Boston Bruins.
The Vancouver Canucks have pulled goalie Roberto Luongo after he gave up three early goals to the Boston Bruins in Game 6 of the Stanley Cup finals.
The Boston Bruins put Roberto Luongo and the Stanley Cup back on the shelf.
Shortly after the Boston Bruins lost Nathan Horton to a frightening injury, they found a dazzling offensive rhythm that got them back into the Stanley Cup finals.
Yep, they just announced a scoring change: It's Mark Recchi's goal, and an assist to Michael Ryder and Andrew Ference.
This is a whole different series now.
The Bruins are threatening to turn what had been a close series into a blowout.
Just about every whistle is bringing fisticuffs now.
And the gloves are off.
There goes the shutout.
"Scrivens bailed us out a lot tonight, it wasn't a complete game by us," Ference said.
"We wanted to come back and play solid after our last couple games and get back to the stuff that we had been having some success with," Oilers captain Andrew Ference said. "The power play chances they got, they jumped on and put us behind the eight ball. I think our five-on-five hockey was light years better than our last game. That wasn't too tough to beat, though."