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Stanley Cup finals Game 6: Boston 4, Vancouver 0 after two periods

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The second period was scoreless. The only suspense centered on whether Bruins goaltender Tim Thomas would be able to earn his second shutout of the finals and whether any nasty incidents would erupt in such a one-sided game.

Through two periods, the Bruins had 27 shots and the Canucks had 22.

Vancouver has scored only one goal in eight periods of play in nearly three full games at Boston -- but the Bruins have scored only twice in three games at Vancouver.

Check back later for more coverage at www.latimes.com/sports.

--Helene Elliott, in Boston

Photo: Bruins defenseman Johnny Boychuk upends Canucks left wing Tanner Glass during the second period of Game 6 on Monday night in Boston. Credit: Jonathan Hayward / Associated Press

 
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