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Bruins chase Luongo, win 5-2

The Boston Bruins won Game 6 of the Stanley Cup final 5-2 thanks to four goals 4:14 seconds apart in the first period.
Brad Marchand (63) of the Boston Bruins celebrates after scoring a goal in the first period as Roberto Luongo (1) of the Vancouver Canucks looks on during Game 6 on Monday in Boston. (Elsa/Getty Images)

The Boston Bruins won Game 6 of the Stanley Cup final 5-2 thanks to goals 4:14 seconds apart in the first period.

Brad Marchand's goal 5:31 into the 1st period was followed by Milan Lucic for a quick 2-0 lead 6:06 into the game in Boston on Monday.

Ference added a power play goal at 8:35 that saw Canucks goalie Roberto Luongo replaced with backup Cory Schneider.

Schneider didn't fare much better, as he surrendered the second shot he faced, from Michael Ryder.

The two teams traded chances in the second period, but neither were able to score.

Vancouver's Henrik Sedin scored 22 seconds into the third period on a power play for the Canucks.

The Canucks appeared to cut the lead to 4-2 on a Jannik Hansen strike but a video review showed the puck hit the post.

The Bruins restored their four-goal lead with a 5-on-3 man-advantage goal from David Krejci 6:59 into the third before Vancouver's Maxim Lapierre scored with 2:26 remaining.

Raymond hurt

The Canucks lost right wing Mason Raymond 20 seconds into the game when he got tangled up  with Boston defenceman Johnny Boychuk.

Raymond went to the locker room and was later sent to hospital.

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