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Topic - Mason Raymond
Jaromir Jagr wants to extend his NHL career, and his agent said some teams are "very interested" in his 41-year-old client.
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.
That third Boston score was a power play goal _ the Bruins' second in 26 chances in the Stanley Cup finals. For those of you new to hockey, that's downright pathetic.
You can't blame the Canucks if they're starting to think it just isn't their night.
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.
Twenty seconds in, and we've got what looks like a serious injury to Canucks forward Mason Raymond.
It's 4-0 after two periods, and the Boston fans are taking great pleasure in Roberto Luongo's struggles.
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.
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.
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).
First power play for Boston, and it was a good penalty kill for the Canucks. Boston managed just two shots with the advantage, and Vancouver even had a decent shorthanded scoring chance.
Daniel Sedin scored his second power-play goal of the game, and Chris Higgins and Mason Raymond added man-advantage goals in the third period for the Vancouver Canucks, who routed the San Jose Sharks 7-3 on Wednesday night and took a 2-0 lead in the Western Conference finals.
"You've got to respect him," Canucks forward Mason Raymond said.