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LAST MAN STANDING

On the brink of elimination for a fourth time in the post season the Bruins managed to force a seventh deciding game back home in beantown. And so, Tomas Vokoun the rest is up to you. The Bruins tender was told to stay in Boston while the Bruins traveled to Los Angeles for game 6. All Bryan Murray told Vokoun was to "get ready for game 7". So both teams will play a winner take all final game seven with the NEFHL championship on the line. It has been a sole survivor series with both teams medical teams working overtime, this has really become the last man standing. No team has come back from a 3-1 deficit in the NEFHL finals but in the last two finals, both of which went seven, the home team walked away victorious, the Bruins are hoping that trend continues on Saturday.