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BRUINS 4, CANUCKS 0 > Bruins win series, 4-3


The Boston Bruins last night won the Stanley Cup, shocking the Vancouver Canucks, 4-0, capping an epic seven-game series and bringing the holy grail to the Hub of Hockey for the first time since 1972.
(By Dan Shaughnessy, Globe Columnist)

Long-suffering fans
revel in promised land

The region exploded in collective joy last night as the Bruins won their first championship in almost four decades with a dominating Game 7 victory over the Canucks. Thousands of electrified fans rushed into city streets, leaping through the night and embracing strangers in a euphoric celebration. (By Peter Schworm, Globe Staff)

DiMasi found guilty on 7 of 9
counts in kickback scheme

A federal jury in Boston found former House speaker Salvatore F. DiMasi guilty yesterday of exploiting one of the most powerful offices in Massachusetts for his own personal gain when he helped a software company win multimillion-dollar state contracts in exchange for kickbacks. (By Milton J. Valencia, Globe Staff)


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