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Topic - Mason Raymond
The Los Angeles Kings might be the NHL's best defensive team, and they hadn't blown a two-goal lead in a loss in nearly a full calendar year.
Nazem Kadri and the Toronto Maple Leafs view the first period as the most important 20 minutes of the game.
The Toronto Maple Leafs are tightening the race for second place in the Atlantic Division.
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.
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).
It's 4-0 after two periods, and the Boston fans are taking great pleasure in Roberto Luongo's struggles.
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.
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.
Roberto Luongo stopped 30 shots and the Vancouver Canucks set franchise records for road wins and points in a season, beating the Atlanta Thrashers 3-1 on Friday night.
This loss, which winger Mason Raymond said "stings" and captain Dion Phanuef called "disappointing," didn't help that cause.
"There's no excuse for the way we played," Maple Leafs forward Mason Raymond said. "We've had a few tough games this year but nowhere near this bad."