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Game 7: Bruins/Canucks—Open Post

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Sometime tonight, a whole lot of people will be celebrating and a whole lot of others will be feeling pretty crappy. But what we can all agree on, I hope, is that it would be great to enjoy a fantastic hockey game before that final buzzer. A roller-coaster series like this one deserves to end with an epic game.

Whatever team you’re rooting for, enjoy the ride. (And… Go Canucks!)

P.S. I wrote a post before this series about all the reasons I’d celebrate winning a Stanley Cup. One of those reasons was in the memory of Luc Bourdon. So I’ll let Tom Cochrane end this post with his tribute to Bourdon nearly three years ago:

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Game Day: Canucks Coach Alain Vigneault

Q.  Alain, you said yesterday that Alex Edler is fine, is he good to go tonight?

COACH VIGNEAULT:  Good to go.

Q.  Coach, can you talk about the insertion of Jeff Tambellini, Game 7 in his hometown, a dream scenario, especially for him tonight?

COACH VIGNEAULT:  Without a doubt, for Jeff to come in at this point.  He has had some experience in this series, but he hasn’t played regular.  But he’s going to get an opportunity here tonight to play the seventh game to win the Stanley Cup.

I’m sure he’s excited.  He knows about their history in B.C., the history of the Canucks.  I’m sure he’s going to be real good tonight.

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