Roberto Luongo will start Game 7 of the Stanley Cup Finals against the Boston Bruins on Wednesday night, despite getting shelled yet again in Game 6. In the aftermath of the Vancouver Canucks 5-2 loss on Monday night, head coach Alain Vigneault gave perhaps one of the most dull press conferences in the history of press conferences, sharing almost nothing of note.
The one thing he did do, however, was stop any goalie controversy from starting.
"I haven't talked to [Luongo]," Vigneault said. "He knows he's going back in next game. He's going to be real good. I don't have to say anything to him. He's a professional. His preparation is beyond reproach and he's going to be ready for Game 7."
That preparation will likely include a long wall along the sea wall in Vancouver, which he's done most days before playoff games. Apparently, there's no sea wall in Boston, because Luongo has been horrible at TD Garden. It's really quite amazing, actually.
Comparing save percentages, Luongo has an unbelievable .979 save percentage at Rogers Arena in the Stanley Cup Finals. At TD Garden? If you're a Canucks fan, look away: a .773 save percentage in three games. Ouch. Luckily for him, Game 7 is on home ice.
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