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Boston broadcasters trash talking the Canucks

8:48 p.m. Sports Extra, Channel 7, stated that Sedin's don't have courage. Remarkable listening to these so called professional sports broadcasters continue to trash talk the Canucks.

8:36 p.m. At hotel in Boston watching local news.  Sports Extra news on TV discussing upcoming game.  Luongo called insecure and the team quitters by sports broadcasters. Lots of trash talking by local sports experts.

7:52 p.m.Arrived in Boston.  Flights were all delayed into Boston's Logan Airport due to poor weather.  This was the case along most of the Eastern seaboard. As a result, Canuck fans arriving today are coming in late. Though, it won't take much to get us ready for Game 6 tomorrow! It will be intense in TD Gardens. Will report tomorrow morning.3:35 PST:  Delayed in Montreal for a couple of hours. Flight for Boston leaves at 7:30pm EST. Some courageous Bruins fans walking around the Habs airport terminal.  If looks could kill.

The US Customs agent said to me, "I hope Vancouver wins. I hate the Bruins."

 Updates from a Canucks fan's journey deep into the heart of Bruins' country for Game 6 of the Stanley Cup finals.

Young Canucks fan. The author circa 1974.

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