Canucks-Bruins Game 2 Live Chat: 4:30 Saturday

Black Press newspaper reporters and readers from across B.C. live-chat the Stanley Cup playoffs.

Vancouver-Boston Game 2 Live Chat

Join us here in the hour before the puck drops for a live chat of the Vancouver Canucks historic Stanley Cup final against the Boston Bruins.

Reporters and editors from Black Press newspapers across B.C., led by Surrey Leader reporter Rick Kupchuk, will talk hockey before and during Game 2 as the Canucks continue their drive to bring home the Cup.

Readers are invited to join the conversation and add their own comments. See also: Game 1 Live Chat replay

Help keep up the momentum by adding your fan photos to our Go Canucks group on Flickr. (See slideshow below).

Go Canucks Go!

 

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