In a hard-fought series, the Boston Bruins defeated the Canucks in Game Seven in Vancouver, 4-0.
Bruins' goalie Tim Thomas, winner of the Conn Smythe Trophy, had another spectacular night, and Boston's offense was finally able to give Roberto Luongo a tough night on his home ice.
Brad Marchand scored twice for Boston, and the Bruins also received goals from Patrice Bergeron and Milan Lucic.
But the series belonged to Thomas. The 37-year-old had his second shutout of the series, and had 37 saves on the evening.
I think I went even further than I thought, Thomas said. I was scared, I won't lie. I had nerves yesterday and today, and I faked it as best as I could, and I faked it all the way to the Stanley Cup.
The Bruins captured their first Stanley Cup since 1972.
Take a look at the highlights from Game Seven.