Roberto Luongo has been sharp early in Stanley Cup Finals Game 7 between the Boston Bruins and Vancouver Canucks, and his diving save on one opponent in the crease about five minutes in is, so far, the moment of the hockey game.
The Canucks have applied most of the pressure early, but after spending the first few shifts on their heels, the Bruins have found their legs a little bit and are starting to take the body a bit more. Tim Thomas has made his share of fantastic saves in the early going as well, and we're stuck at 0-0 still with both teams rolling four lines.
It's clearly desperate hockey out there as you would expect, and the pace has been incredible. It's only 10 minutes in, but there's no tentativeness in Rogers Arena among the guys on the ice. Hell of a hockey game thus far, and I'm sure it's going to stay that way.
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