Stanley Cup Finals 2011: The Good, the Bad and the Ugly, Vancouver Canucks Ed.

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Stanley Cup Finals 2011: The Good, the Bad and the Ugly, Vancouver Canucks Ed.
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In a game deserving of its very own Jerry Bruckheimer development project, the Vancouver Canucks and Boston Bruins turned the Stanley Cup Finals on its head.

Hits, fights, misconducts, match penalties, suspensions and nine goals—all of them in the final 40 minutes.

Eight of them for one team.

Two short-handed goals, 10,000 squandered power plays, massive saves, a goaltender throwing a body check at the top of his crease and, oh yah—the Boston Bruins are back in the series.

With a bang.

The game on Monday night was so topsy-turvy that nobody really knows for sure where the Vancouver Canucks washed up on shore, or if they did at all for that matter. All we can do is pick apart at the debris and see what we can infer.

Some of it’s good, some of it’s bad, some of it’s ugly…

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