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Published June 15, 2011
NOTHING BRUIN: In Boston, Richard Weir reports TD Garden "has iced plans to televise the do-or-die showdown with the Canucks" tonight. Boston police spokesperson Elaine Driscoll said that her department "could not reach agreement with the Garden -- which was going to sell $7 tickets to up to 15,000 fans -- over limiting liquor sales." Following the Bruins' Game Six win on Monday, arena officials had "scrambled to get approval from the NHL and NBC, which owns the broadcast rights, to show the game on the Garden’s jumbo-sized digital scoreboard" (BOSTON HERALD, 6/15).