Glenn Ordway, Michael Holley and Mikey Adams were given plenty of material for Thursday’s Big Show when the Bruins won the Stanley Cup  the night before. Here’s a brief recap of all the Bruins talk from 2-6 p.m:
–The guys played an awesome compilation of the four championship calls  from the Bruins, Red Sox , Celtics  and Patriots from the last decade.
—NBC sideline reporter Pierre McGuire told the guys  that he believed the Canucks had chemistry issues in Game 7, saying “”Coaches overreacting. I thought in the case of Alain Vingeault when the frustration set in, and the composure and the focus and basically every one of the Bruins players acting as coach. It was really an interesting dynamic to witness.”
—Kevin Paul Dupont of The Boston Globe called in  from Minnesota when he was returning from Vancouver. He said he thought the hit on Nathan Horton  in Game 3 signaled the turning point in the finals but perhaps not for the reasons you’d think. “I didn’t see it so much as, ‘Let’s do it for Horton.’ There’s always that element no matter what the injury, but I had a sense of a couple of things in the immediate minutes after it, which was Vancouver began to play small. They got afraid. Their skilled players were afraid because you know in those instances there has to be a payback.”