Bruins hope to shake road woes and win Stanley Cup

BOSTON (AP) - The Boston Bruins plan to use the aggressive style they've played at home when they start the deciding game of the Stanley Cup finals against the Canucks in Vancouver.

The Bruins left Tuesday on their 2,500-mile trip across the continent for Game 7 on Wednesday night. They've lost three games by one goal each in Vancouver but won three at home in blowouts.

Center David Krejci said the Bruins must play the same way they do at home. They didn't do that in Game 5 in Vancouver, a 1-0 loss in which they were outhit. But they came back Monday night with four goals in the first 10 minutes and beat the Canucks 5-2.

Bruins captain Zdeno Chara doesn't know why neither team has won on the road. But he said it's important to pay attention for the entire game.