The Boston Bruins have started the second period with the same formula that they finished the first period with. Allow the Canucks to take a bunch of low risk shots that Tim Thomas can save and try and get a handful of quality shots on net.
The Canucks have managed seven shots on goal while the Bruins only have one shot on goal through the first ten minutes of the second period. The Bruins defense are swarming the Canucks well through this game and for someone watching this game, it wouldn't appear that the Canucks are grossly outshooting the Bruins but that is the case thus far in the game.
The Bruins did get their first power play of the game after Vancouver's Mason Raymond high sticked Boston's Andrew Ference in the defensive zone at the 7:41 mark of the period. The Bruins managed one shot on goal on the power play but much like they have been doing in this series, they can't seem to score with the man advantage.
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