Boston Bruins win Stanley Cup, beat Vancouver 4-0

The Boston Bruins have won
the Stanley Cup for the first time since 1972, beating the
Vancouver Canucks 4-0 in Game 7 of the finals on Wednesday night.
Tim Thomas capped a spectacular playoff run with 37 saves in the
Canucks' hostile home arena, and Patrice Bergeron scored two goals
as the Bruins earned the only road victory in the two-week series.
Brad Marchand also scored two goals as the Bruins crushed an
estimated 100,000 Canadian fans who gathered in downtown Vancouver
to celebrate the Canucks' shot at their first championship.
Boston had lost five straight Stanley Cup finals since winning
its last championship. The Bruins hadn't even reached the finals
since 1990.
Boston had never ended a season with a Game 7 in the finals, but
these Bruins became the first team in NHL history to win a Game 7
three times in the same postseason.