Tuesday, June 14, 2011
Another Boston Massacre For Luongo, Bruins Protect Home Ice--Post game reax
It would appear throughout this Stanley Cup Final series that Roberto Luongo's game never made it past customs at the U.S./Canadian border. All of British Columbia is holding their breath that the trend continues for Luongo. Another fantastic performance on home ice by the Canucks goalie and they skate the Stanley Cup for the first time.
Luongo answered the questions of his game 6 performance to the assembled media last night. (Thanks Rogers Sportsnet.)
Luongo has allowed 15 goals in just over 4 1/2 periods in Boston. There will be no more trips to Bean Town for Luango until next season.
Canucks head coach Alain Vigneault and goaltender Roberto Luongo face the media following the game 6 loss to the Boston Bruins. (Thanks CSN New England)
For the record the Canucks Daniel Sedin has already guaranteed a Canucks win in game 7.
"We're going to win Game 7," Sedin said after the game.
Read his comments RIGHT HERE
The Bruins did what they had to do and protected their home ice to force a Game 7 and are embracing the opportunity. Here's sound with Mark Recchi, Shawn Thornton, Tim Thomas and head coach Claude Julien on their opportunity to win the Stanley Cup, something Boston hasn't won since 1972. (Thanks CSN New England)