It was a busy day here in Massachusetts on Sunday, the second of two straight days off for the Stanley Cup Finals. Now it is time to sit down and catch up on some reading regarding the final, tomorrow night’s Game 6, and everything else hockey.
The Boston Globe’s Amalie Benjamin says the Canucks are out to win, not win friends.
Mike Zeisberger of the Toronto Sun (via the Ottawa Sun) has Tim Thomas responding to Roberto Luongo.
NHL.com’s Dan Rosen speaks with Kevin Weekes, who was surprised by Luongo’s comments but thinks he understands what they were made.
Also on NHL.com, Dave Lozo asks if the Canucks can win in Boston.
The Vancouver Sun’s Iain MacIntyre says the Stanley Cup is the only motivation either team really needs.
Boston Sports Desk speaks with Brad Marchand, who said, “We’re fighting for our lives.”
The Canadian Press looks at what each team needs to do to win Game 6.
The Boston Herald’s Steve Buckley says Luongo’s words were despicable.
Also, from the Herald, Ron Borges says the B’s need to create more traffic in front of the net.
Ken Campbell of The Hockey News shares his thoughts on a Sunday morning.