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VIDEO: Bruins Set Stanley Cup Finals Record With Fastest Four Goals

In the three games inside TD Garden during the 2011 Stanley Cup Finals, the Boston Bruins scored 15 goals on the Vancouver Canucks' Roberto Luongo. To put that into perspective, in eight games on the road in the first three rounds against Chicago, Nashville and San Jose, Luongo allowed 20 goals combined. The Bruins chased Luongo with a barrage of goals and added one on his replacement, Cory Schneider, for good measure. The four goals that Boston scored within the span of 4:14 not only forced a Game 7 after its 5-2 Game 6 victory Monday, it also set a NHL record.

Fastest four goals in SC final history - 4:14. Previous record 5:36 by Habs. #canucksless than a minute ago via Twitter for BlackBerry® Favorite Retweet Reply

 

CTV's Roger Smith reported Monday night that the Bruins beat the previous record, set by the Montreal Canadiens, by over a minute. But you don't have to wait that long to see them again. Below are highlights of all four goals: