The Boston Bruins have taken home the coveted Stanley Cup for a sixth time, beating the Vancouver Canucks in their own barn for the seventh game of the 2011 series.
]]>Patrice Bergeron scoring the premiere goal of the game in the first period. He went on to score one more time in the second period, with teammate Brad Marchand also putting two in the net throughout the game. Goalie Tim Thomas earned himself a shutout. The final score of Wednesday’s game (June 15) was 4-0, bringing to an end the extremely physical competition. Game seven alone racked up a total of 76 hits compared to only 58 shots on net. Team captain Zdeno Chara was the first to lift the trophy in celebration, albeit in front of a disappointed Vancouver crowd. Congratulations to the the Bruins and the entire city of Boston, whose residents — we imagine — will be lifting a celebratory Sam Adams (or several) this evening.