Following the Bruins Game 7 victory over the Canucks, the analysts on TSN were asked who they felt on Vancouver deserved most of the blame for the loss.
‘When you get to Game 7 of a Stanley Cup  championship, you need your big guys to come up large,’ TSN hockey analyst Ray Ferraro said. ‘[Ryan] Kesler came up with nothing. The Sedins were both minus four, [Roberto] Luongo gave up three goals, and it was curtains.’
“People are going to point the finger at Luongo – he gives up three goals on 10 shots in this game,” said TSN hockey analyst Bob McKenzie.
“He’s certainly not going to get the benefit of the doubt because of the debacle in Boston in Game 6 where he gave up three goals on eight shots and the game got completely away from him on a night when Vancouver could have clinched the Stanley Cup. Back-to-back [poor] games, it’s going to be difficult for Roberto Luongo  to dodge the bullet on that one.”
Ferraro also shared the same feeling on Luongo. “Luongo was not able to get out of his own way and after the Game 6 debacle; you know this was going to be a challenge for him. In this game he wasn’t worse than average, but it wasn’t good enough,” he said.
“I think Vancouver showed up. They had a nice start to the game,” said Ferraro. “But I think the Bruins played a virtually perfect road game, and on the stage of Game 7 I would say it was perfect.”