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Nathan Horton got his chance to carry the Stanley Cup on the ice, a little more than a week after he was knocked out of the series with a severe concussion.
The Stanley Cup has never ridden so high.
Roberto Luongo went out for an extra attacker with about three minutes left, but that just left the goal open for Brad Marchand to score his second of the night. It's now 4-0 with two minutes left.
While the Boston Bruins beelined across the ice to mob him at the buzzer, Tim Thomas tapped both goalposts, sank to his knees and rubbed the ice in front of his empty goal.
The Canucks just had their second power play. In their first, they gave up a shorthanded goal but didn't get a shot off themselves. This time they fired off three shots on goal. (And also gave up another dangerous shorthanded opportunity to Patrice Bergeron and Brad Marchand.)
Brad Marchand is more than just a gadfly who's been getting on the Canucks nerves.
The first three games in Vancouver were low-scoring, but there already have been some quality chances in Game 7.
A couple more notes before we get under way.
When the Boston Red Sox won the World Series in 2004, ending an 86-year title drought, there was a total lunar eclipse that turned the full moon red in the sky.