The Boston Bruins have dominated play in the second period thus far, but have yet to find a second goal after take a 1-0 lead on Patrice Bergeron's goal in the first. The Bruins have taken up residence in the Vancouver Canucks' zone while completely dominating possession. Even with the disparity, Boston has been far from threatening, and haven't made Roberto Luongo work a ton in the second after giving up that early goal.
The Canucks, on the other hand, have been unable to find any semblance of an offensive rhythm in the second period, and have rare ventured into the zone. When they have, it's been short-lived as the Boston defense quickly dispatches the threat and gets back to living in the Canucks' zone.
Where the first period was back-and-forth, the second has just been forth, at least from the Bruins' perspective. With 10 minutes to go in the second, the Bruins still lead the Canucks in Game 7 of the Stanley Cup Final, 1-0.
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