Game 6: Morning After Must-Reads


Boston continued its domination at home by chasing Roberto Luongo from the paint in the first period on its way to a 5-2 win in Game 6 of the Stanley Cup Finals. My thoughts will be up later, so until then, here’s a sampling of what’s being said across the continent.

Mark Recchi is making the most of what is likely his last finals’ appearance, scoring three points in Game 6.

The Canadian Press looks at what other NHL players were tweeting during Game 6.

Boston Herald columnists look at both sides of the goaltending controversy, with Steve Buckley calling Luongo’s performance a choke and Ron Borges crediting Tim Thomas for performing under pressure again.

Iain MacIntyre of the Vancouver Sun looks at the physicality of the series.

Tamsyn Burgmann has a piece on confident Canucks fans in the Kelowna Daily Courier.

Matt Pepin of has Daniel Sedin saying the Canucks will win Game 7.

Kevin Paul DuPont of The Boston Globe says Game 7 will be a fitting end to a great series and a great season.

The Toronto Star’s Damien Cox has an interesting piece on the declining view of the Canucks.

Puck Daddy’s Greg Wyshynski looks at Boston’s excitement for Game 7 in Vancouver.