For the first time in the Stanley Cup Final, the Boston Bruins won in Vancouver. One was all they needed. Both in the series and in the game. Vancouver couldn’t crack Tim Thomas for the first time in Vancouver and the Bruins won their first Stanley Cup in 39 years. Roberto Luongo (LOLberto Luongoal?) gave up a goal in the first and two in the second. He only faced 19 shots. Tim Thomas stopped every shot he saw.
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Soccer fans will not be pleased.
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Would be the end of an era.
Worth every penny.