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Bruins Vs. Canucks, Game 7: Boston Scores Twice, Leads 3-0 After Two

There's still one period left, but the Boston Bruins may have already put the nail in the coffin.

Brad Marchand and Patrice Bergeron each scored a goal in the second period, giving the Bruins a commanding 3-0 lead after the second period in Game 7 of the 2011 Stanley Cup Final on Wednesday night in Vancouver.

Marchand's goal came 12:13 into the period, assisted by Dennis Seidenberg and Mark Recchi. Patrice Bergeron netted the B's third goal 17:35 into the middle period, shorthanded, on assists from Seidenberg and Greg Campbell.

Vancouver has 21 shots through two periods while Boston has 13 shots. Both teams have won 19 faceoffs and have nine blocks. The Canucks have a 39-25 edge in hits.

Tim Thomas has been lights out, stopping all 21 shots he's faced. Roberto Luongo has been shaky at best, stopping only 10 of 13 shots on net.

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