As I'm sure most of you are already aware, the Boston Bruins shelled Roberto Luongo in the first period and beat the visiting Canucks 5-2. Matthew Sekeres at the Globe and Mail has a recap:
Goaltender Roberto Luongo was once again Wobbly Lou, and was pulled from a second straight start in Boston. He surrendered three goals on eight shots before being hooked by coach Alain Vigneault just eight minutes and 35 seconds into the first period.
"I just felt it was the thing to do," Vigneault said during a terse post-game press conference where he refused to explain anything. "I haven’t talked to him. He’s going back in next game and he’s going to be real good."
So it's back to Vancouver for a Game 7. Go Kabby, Go!
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