The Boston Bruins have been fantastic all Stanley Cup Finals at clearing the porch in front of their goaltender, Tim Thomas. They've done a great job at suffocating the Vancouver Canucks forwards in the slot and keeping them from getting quality opportunities from that part of the ice.
As it turns out, they were a little over anxious in front of their own goal early in the second period and it cost them. Dennis Seidenberg fell on Tim Thomas and Henrik Sedin was easily able to lift the puck over the Bruins goaltender and into the back of the net to cut the score to 4-1.
A few minutes into the third period, the Canucks are suddenly controlling play. They hit a post on a play that had to be reviewed, just three minutes after the Sedin goal, too. If Boston doesn't get off their heels, the Canucks could at least make this thing interesting.
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