Forgiving fans hoping for a win as Canucks play Game 4

VANCOUVER - Thousands of jersey-draped fans are making what has become a regular pilgrimage to downtown Vancouver to watch the Canucks in Game 4 of the Stanley Cup final.

The Canucks are playing the Bruins in Boston, but the action will be again broadcast on large outdoor screens, on TVs in the many bars downtown and inside Rogers Arena.

Fans are hoping for a better performance than they saw Monday night, when the Canucks suffered a humiliating 8-1 loss to Boston.

Joti Brar, who is watching the game inside the Commodore Ballroom, a popular downtown concert venue, says she feels good about the Canuck's chances in Game 4, despite the score on Monday.

Brar says everybody has bad days, even her, but that doesn't mean the team is going to lose.

The Canucks still lead the series 2-1.