The Stanley Cup Final has been physical — both during play and after the whistle. The Canucks, however, think that the Bruins have initiated the extracurricular activity and that they are the tougher, more physical team during the actual flow of the game.
NESN.com's Douglas Flynn discussed the rumblings in the Canucks locker room prior to Game 4 of the Stanley Cup Final. He also discussed how the Bruins will try to compensate for the loss of Nathan Horton, which could include a mixture of Michael Ryder and Rich Peverley on the first line.
To hear what Flynn had to say, check out the video above.