Another failed clear for the Boston Bruins, another goal for the Vancouver Canucks. That's been the B's kryptonite in Game 2 of the Stanley Cup Final. This time, it was the mammoth Zdeno Chara, who rarely makes a mistake, making the mistake that led to the goal.
Daniel Sedin forced the turnover, then picked up a pass from Alex Burrows in front of Tim Thomas and lifted it into the empty net to give his club a much-needed goal in the third period. Yes, Boston, Burrows strikes again. It's now 2-2, and after the Rogers Arena crowd had been quieted for much of the latter part of the second period and the early part of the third, it's alive yet again.
Game 2 has been a seesaw, and as we wind down in regulation, it looks as though the Canucks again have the upper hand. Let's see who will have the late heroics this time around.
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