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The Boston Bruins are on the redeye back to Los Angeles after avoiding an early exit from the NEFHL Finals. But they will be making that trip back to LA without star goalie Tomas Vokoun. Bryan Murray confirmed the move as the team boarded their Virgin charter flight, saying he told Tomas "to get ready for game 7". Risky buisness but what else could you expect from the team everyone had falling out in round one to the Maple Leafs. "They've counted us out in every series and we've shown a ton of guts, we will see if this is really a team that can beat team destiny" said General Manager Chris Ransom in a post game tweet.

This Bruins team has shown a tremendous amount of guts, and they are hoping that guts will get them a win in a building they have yet to win a game in "Yeah we never won a game there yet, so what. We also haven't lost an elimination game yet, that says it all".

The Bruins will start Martin Gerber who won game 5, but will also be without Brian Little who had 10 goals in 23 games including 2 game winners. "We have a deep team, so injuries are part of that and we have shown we have the ability to plug in the right player at the best times. Chad Larose is that player and while he hasn't had as many red lights as Little, he does have 4 goals in a limited role, one of which is a game winner. "Looking forward to playing with Danny B and Kotalik, do or die is what the playoffs are all about, in our minds we need to win one game to get to the biggest showdown the NEFHL has ever seen".