NHL Stanley Cup Finals

Season 58 Episode 4

Game 4 - Vancouver at Boston (2011)

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Aired Saturday 7:00 PM Jun 08, 2011 on CBC
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Game 4 - Vancouver at Boston (2011)
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Game 4 of the 2011 Stanley Cup Finals between the Vancouver Canucks and the Boston Bruins at TD Garden in Boston, Massachusetts.
Final Score: Vancouver 0 Boston 4
Series tied 2-2

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  • Thorough Domination

    6.0
    I didn't think the score of Game 3 final reflected the play, but this certainly did. It felt like the Cauncks could have played until 2:00 AM and got 100 shots on goal and they still would have been shut out. Boston has figured out how to shut down the best offensive team in the NHL, limiting them to four goals in four games while scoring 13. The Bruins deserve all the credit and should probably be up 3-1 in the series. I do wonder about the Vancouver coaching staff though. Where are the adjustments? Championship teams figure out to break a defense or at the very least generate some quality chances.



    The Boston power play has even chipped in three goals. The #1 power play from the regular season, on the other hand, has given up more shorthanded goals (2) than they have power play goals (1) and that's a shock. What's worse is that it looks inept.



    As a Vancouverite, I still have faith the lads will figure out a way to win. The only good news left is that in the upcoming best-of-3, they have two on home ice. But they had better figure out a few things or Canada's Stanley Cup drought will continue for at least one more year.moreless
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  • TRIVIA (2)

  • QUOTES (3)

    • Vancouver Coach Alain Vigneault: It's not for lack of effort, not for lack of trying to win. Give the other team credit. They're playing a smart game, and right now they've been able to shut us down offensively the last two games.

      Vancouver Coach Alain Vigneault: We're going to put these two games behind us. We really play well at home. We're going to go and feed off the energy from our fans.

    • Vancouver Goaltender Roberto Luongo: We have two out of three with home-ice advantage, and that's what we've worked for all season. We need to get playing the way we did in the first two games.

    • Boston Center Brad Marchand: It's always easier to be at home. We feed off the energy, off our fans. They just bring out the best in us.

  • NOTES (3)

    • Player Interviews:
      First Intermission: Boston's Gregory Campbell
      Post Game: Boston's Tim Thomas
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      During the second intermission Ron McLean interviewed Detroit general manager Ken Holland and former player Rob Blake regarding proposed rule changes to head shots in the wake of Nathan Horton's Game 3 serious injury.

    • Lineups
      Vancouver Canucks
      Andrew Alberts D
      Kieth Ballard D
      Kevin Bieksa D
      Alexandre Burrows LW
      Alexander Edler D
      Christian Ehrhoff D
      Tanner Glass LW
      Jannik Hansen RW
      Chris Higgins LW
      Ryan Kesler C
      Maxim Lapierre C
      Roberto Luongo G
      Manny Malhotra C
      Victor Oreskovich RW
      Mason Raymond RW
      Sami Salo D
      Daniel Sedin LW
      Henrik Sedin C (Team Captain)
      Cory Schneider G
      Rafi Torres LW
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      Boston Bruins
      Patrice Bergeron C
      Johnny Boychuk D
      Gregory Campbell C
      Zdeno Chara D (Team Captain)
      Andrew Ference D
      Tomas Kaberle D
      Chris Kelly C
      David Krejci C
      Milan Lucic LW
      Brad Marchand C
      Adam McQuaid D
      Daniel Paille LW
      Rich Peverley C
      Tuukka Rask G
      Mark Recchi RW
      Michael Ryder RW
      Tyler Seguin C
      Dennis Seidenberg D
      Tim Thomas G
      Shawn Thornton LW

    • Head Coaches:
      Vancouver: Alain Vigneault
      Boston: Claude Julien

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