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By Matt Kibbe
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Independent voices from the The Washington Times Communities
Topic - Johnny Boychuk
In 17 stunning seconds, Tuukka Rask's solid postseason was shattered.
Patrice Bergeron joined his Bruins teammates for a postgame dinner and was with them when they flew back to Boston to prepare for Game 6 of the Stanley Cup Finals.
Jonathan Toews watched the end of the fifth game of the Stanley Cup Final from the Blackhawks bench, unable to play after a hit to his head.
Tuukka Rask kept Sidney Crosby and the rest of the NHL's top offense in check once again, stopping 26 shots.
From the jubilation of victory to confusion, the Boston Bruins had no idea what happened. One moment they were celebrating their Game 1 overtime victory around hero Chris Kelly, and the next, David Krejci was lying on the ice, hit by a pane of glass that fell down on top of him.
As the Boston Bruins embarked on defending the Stanley Cup last fall, Washington Capitals general manager George McPhee told colleague Peter Chiarelli "you guys might be better this year than you were last year."
The Vancouver Canucks were still dealing with the pain of falling one win short of a Stanley Cup on Friday.
Canucks forward Mason Raymond will miss Game 7 of the Stanley Cup finals and could still be out to start next season with a fractured vertebrae after being checked into the boards.
Canucks president Mike Gillis said Bruins defenseman Johnny Boychuk "used a can opener" in delivering a brutal hit on Mason Raymond that left the Vancouver forward in a Boston hospital with a back injury.
Vancouver Canucks forward Mason Raymond was taken to a hospital Monday night after he was injured during the first shift of Game 6 of the Stanley Cup finals.
Vancouver Canucks forward Mason Raymond has been taken to the locker room with an injury on the first shift of Game 6 of the Stanley Cup finals.
This is a whole different series now.
There goes the shutout.
And the gloves are off.
Just about every whistle is bringing fisticuffs now.
"You are going to remember forever," Boston defenseman Johnny Boychuk said. "You remember winning (the Cup), but I think you remember losing it a little bit more."
"Everybody's like standing there and all you hear is the partitions hit the ice and you look over and there's Kretch," Boychuk said.