Vancouver Canucks at Boston Bruins (Canucks lead 2-1), 8 p.m. ET
Nathan Horton will miss the rest of the Stanley Cup finals with a severe concussion after getting hit by Aaron Rome. Horton is second on the Bruins this postseason in goals, game-winning goals, points (tied for second) and plus/minus.
Rome was suspended four games for his hit on Horton. He is just the fourth player in history to be suspended during the Cup finals.
The Bruins scored eight goals in the last 40 minutes of Game 3, then the game turned into a prolonged brawl in the third period with 118 penalty minutes handed out.
The Canucks' power play was scoreless in eight chances on Monday night, while the Bruins had two shorthanded goals.
After taking a 3-0 series lead in the first round, Vancouver lost consecutive games to Chicago by a combined score of 12-2.
Boston produced its highest-scoring playoff game since getting nine goals on April 20, 1983.
Information from ESPN Stats & Information and The Associated Press was used in this report.