Players were given the day off Saturday, one day after beating the Lightning 1-0 on Nathan Horton's goal with 7:33 to play.
That gave the Bruins a chance to play for the Cup for the first time since Cam Neely and Ray Bourque lost to Edmonton in five games.
Game 1 against the Canucks is Wednesday in Vancouver, with another game there Saturday. The series returns to Boston for games June 6 and 8. It's already the latest into the spring the Bruins have ever played.
The first casualty of their Stanley Cup run: A "Glee Live!" concert at the TD Garden had to be rescheduled.