Cup finals, Game 4: Playoff points to watch

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.