Bruins Take Stanley Cup; Vancouver Riots

Published: 3:29 AM EDT Jun 14, 2011   Updated: 10:49 AM EDT Jun 16, 2011

The Boston Bruins win game 7 of the 2011 Stanley Cup Finals and fans in Vancouver riot in frustration.

1 / 15
Mike Blake/Reuters


There are currently no severe weather alerts.

Local Sports Stories

Mayes, Bragalone lead Mountain Hawks to 46-14 win


 Lehigh had been the prince of the Patriot League this season, winning five straight games and finding themselves at the top of the standings at 2-0.  Saturday afternoon, the Mountain Hawks took on Holy Cross in chilly Worcester, Massachusetts.

Saucon Valley grad Nick Savant rushes for 277 yards, finds paydirt 4 times

Muhlenberg thrashes Juniata

Saturday afternoon,  5-1 Muhlenberg, took on 4-2 Juniata at Scotty Wood Stadium in a Centennial Conference battle. 

DiGalbo rushes for 3 TDs, Williams sets KU TD record

KU remains undefeated in PSAC

At Kutztown, the Golden Bears held Homecoming against Lock Haven at Andre Reed Stadium Saturday afternoon.

Collin DiGalbo connected with Kellen Williams for two touchdowns, the second was the senior wide receiver's 30th career touchdown, setting a new school record.

Collin DiGalbo rushed for three rushing touchdowns in this one.  The Golden Bears remain undefeated in PSAC play, holding off the Bald Eagles, 35-29.  KU travels to Shippensburg next week.

PAC Recap: Boyertown, Spring-Ford hoist soccer trophies

PAC Recap Boyertown Spring-Ford claim championships

At Owen J. Roberts, the Boyertown boy's and Spring-Ford girl's soccer teams won PAC championships Thursday night.

Ducks snap winless start with 3-2 win over Flyers

The Flyers wanted their Big 5-0 bash to end in celebration.

The Ducks had more fun crashing the party.

View More
A Service from PR Newswire