Roberto Luongo Could Be Difference Maker for Canucks in Stanley Cup Final


The Boston Bruins were undefeated against the Vancouver Canucks in the regular season. The single drawback is that the two teams only played each other once. The B's and Canucks rarely get together on the ice, making the Stanley Cup Final a difficult series to predict.

Dave Tomlinson, the Canucks' color commentator for Team 1040 radio in Vancouver, dropped by NESN Daily to give a preview as to what Bruins fans should expect from Vancouver.

Tomlinson said Daniel and Henrik Sedin feed off each other better than any two forwards in the NHL, and that Ryan Kesler has been "all that and a bag of chips" in the postseason.

Tomlinson, a Boston University graduate, also said that Roberto Luongo could ultimately be the difference maker in a series that features two of the league's top goaltenders.

To hear what else he had to say about the Canucks and the upcoming Stanley Cup Final, check out the video above. 

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