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Keefe To The City: Stanley Cup Chat With Mike Hurley

Milan Lucic #17 of the Boston Bruins gets flipped after being check by Dan Hamhuis #2 of the Vancouver Canucks during game one of the 2011 NHL Stanley Cup Finals at Rogers Arena on June 1, 2011 in Vancouver, Canada. (credit: Rich Lam/Getty Images)

Milan Lucic #17 of the Boston Bruins gets flipped after being check by Dan Hamhuis #2 of the Vancouver Canucks during game one of the 2011 NHL Stanley Cup Finals at Rogers Arena on June 1, 2011 in Vancouver, Canada. (credit: Rich Lam/Getty Images)

By Neil Keefe
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It’s Game 7 of the Stanley Cup finals. The biggest possible stage in hockey and in sports.

The Canucks have won three games at home that could have gone either way and the Bruins have won three games at home in dominating fashion. Now, the series shifts back to Vancouver where the Canucks have played near perfect hockey, while the Bruins have come up winless on the road in the series.

NESN.com’s Mike Hurley joined me once again to talk about the Stanley Cup finals, what to expect in Game 7, what it will mean for the city of Boston if the Bruins win and where he will watch the biggest game for the Bruins in 21 years.

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