NHL Stanley Cup Finals

Season 58 Episode 7

Game 7 - Boston at Vancouver (2011)

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Aired Saturday 7:00 PM Jun 15, 2011 on CBC
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Game 7 - Boston at Vancouver (2011)
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Game 7 of the 2011 Stanley Cup Finals between the Boston Bruins and the Vancouver Canucks at Rogers Arena in Vancouver, British Columbia.
Final Score: Boston 4 Vancouver 0
Boston wins Stanley Cup 4-3

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  • Congratulations to the Bruins on a well-deserved Championship

    7.5
    When you get outscored 23-8, there's not much you can say. It's disappointing because I grew up in Vancouver and I'm very proud the President's Trophy champions. This was Vancouver's best season in franchise history and they made it all the way to Game 7 of the Finals, which is pretty good.



    As for this game, it should have been played in Boston because it was a carbon copy of the three games there. Vancouver just didn't have it tonight and it never seemed that they were in this game. As soon as Boston scored the first one, it was all but over. The shorthanded goal was curtains and the rest was really a formality.moreless
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  • TRIVIA (4)

    • Final Score
      Boston 4 Vancouver 0
      Boston wins Stanley Cup 4-3

    • The victory improved the Boston Bruins' franchise record in Stanley Cup Finals to 6-12.
      The loss dropped the Vancouver Canucks' franchise record in Stanley Cup Finals to 0-3.

    • Boston Bruins Goaltender Tim Thomas won the Conn Smythe Trophy as the Most Valuable Player in the Stanley Cup Playoffs.

      At the age of 37 years 2 months, Thomas becomes the oldest Conn Smythe Trophy winner in history. He is also only the second American-born player to win the award following New York Rangers defenseman Brian Leetch, who won in 1994 when his Rangers also defeated Vancouver in a seven-game final.

    • The eight goals scored by the Vancouver Canucks set a record for the fewest goals scored by one team in a seven-game Finals.

  • QUOTES (3)

    • Boston Coach Claude Julien: If [the Canucks] are honest, they are going to tell you the same thing. When you're fighting for a Stanley Cup if you like each other, it's not a good sign. Hating is one word, but never forget the word respect. That's the one thing you have to do. I respect that team immensely because they dominated the whole league this year. I know they're banged up. You make your breaks. As far as I'm concerned it was our time and we took advantage of it.
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      Boston Coach Claude Julien: What I admire the most is our guys really stayed the course in what we were trying to do. It didn't really matter to me what was being said on the outside. If the guys in the dressing don't believe in what you're doing, now you've got an issue. From the outside it's not an issue at all. It's part of coaching.

    • Vancouver Coach Alain Vigneault: Boston played a real strong game. They got great goaltending and they were able to score a couple of tough goals around our net. They deserved to win.

      Vancouver Coach Alain Vigneault: Their goaltender was real tough to beat. The way they played in front of him was real tough to beat. We had some Grade A chances, and we were unable to score.

      Vancouver Coach Alain Vigneault: Anybody in our situation right now would feel real disappointed, whether you're the favorite or not. We battled real hard. We gave it our best shot. This one game, they were the better team. It's that simple.

    • Boston Goaltender and Conn Smythe Trophy winner Tim Thomas: I think I went even further than I thought. I never envisioned three Game 7s in one playoff series and still being able to come out on top.

      Boston Goaltender and Conn Smythe Trophy winner Tim Thomas: All the physical work we'd done throughout the whole series added up. Being the last series, we didn't save anything, and we used that physicality again and that was the difference.

  • NOTES (3)

    • Player Interviews:
      First Intermission: Manny Malhotra
      Second Intermission: Patrice Bergeron

    • Lineups
      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
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      Vancouver Canucks
      Andrew Alberts 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
      Sami Salo D
      Daniel Sedin LW
      Henrik Sedin C (Team Captain)
      Cory Schneider G
      Jeff Tambellini LW
      Chris Tanev D
      Rafi Torres LW

    • Head Coaches:
      Boston: Claude Julien (1-0 in Cup Finals)
      Vancouver: Alain Vigneault (0-1 in Cup Finals)

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