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Terry Francona signed a four-year contract with the Cleveland Indians. He hopes to stay even longer.
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.)
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.
The Stanley Cup has never ridden so high.
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.
"We didn't handle frustration very well, and we paid the price," he said.
He missed being around players and said learned from the mistakes he made in his final season with the Red Sox.