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One game to go for the Boston Bruins in their quest for a Stanley Cup.
Another blowout for the Bruins in Boston _ a 5-2 victory in Game 6 of the Stanley Cup finals that sends the series back to Vancouver for a decisive seventh game.
A shaky Roberto Luongo ended up farther out of his crease than even a roaming Tim Thomas likes to go.
Maxim Lapierre scored to make it 5-2 in the final minutes, and the Bruins came right back with Brad Marchand's breakaway. He didn't score _ Cory Schneider made a nice save _ but he annoyed the Canucks enough to spark some pushing and shoving.
It's 4-0 after two periods, and the Boston fans are taking great pleasure in Roberto Luongo's struggles.
Some notes on the Boston scoring eruption: Marchand now has nine goals in the postseason, breaking the Bruins franchise record for a rookie that had been held by Mike Krushelnyski (1983) and Bobby Joyce (1988).
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.
Even after all the taunts, bites and vicious hits that the Vancouver Canucks have thrown at the Boston Bruins over the past two weeks, skating the Stanley Cup around the Garden ice would be the biggest insult of all.