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2011 NHL Playoffs: Puck Drops On Stanley Cup Finals

The final two teams are set, and the race for Lord Stanley's hallowed Cup is reaching its inevitable conclusion.

The Boston Bruins, depending on youth and strong defense, have emerged out of the Eastern Conference desperate to break their 39 year championship drought. Their young forwards have emerged and carried the team offensively, and look to extend their surprising run to a championship.

The Vancouver Canucks have been in existence for 40 seasons, but have yet to claim a Cup of their own. The best team in the regular season, the Canucks look to be the favorite in the Finals. After this season's final series, one of the two longest droughts in professional hockey will finally be snapped.

Here is the schedule for the last series of the 2010-2011 season:

Game One -- Wednesday, June 1: Boston Bruins at Vancouver Canucks, 8 p.m. EDT on NBC, CBC

Game Two -- Saturday, June 4: Boston Bruins at Vancouver Canucks, 8 p.m. EDT on NBC, CBC

Game Three -- Monday, June 6: Vancouver Canucks at Boston Bruins, 8 p.m. EDT on Versus, CBC

Game Four -- Wednesday, June 8: Vancouver Canucks at Boston Bruins, 8 p.m. EDT on Versus, CBC

Game Five* -- Friday, June 10: Boston Bruins at Vancouver Canucks, 8 p.m. EDT on NBC, CBC

Game Six* -- Monday, June 13: Vancouver Canucks at Boston Bruins, 8 p.m. EDT on NBC, CBC

Game Seven* -- Wednesday, June 15: Boston Bruins at Vancouver Canucks, 8 p.m. EDT on NBC, CBC

*Will only be played if necessary.