Roberto Luongo was out of his mind tonight, silencing all of the critics that he had heard from over the last week, by saving all 31 shots that he saw tonight as the Vancouver Canucks beat the Bruins in yet another one goal game in Vancouver. Boston failed to capitolize on four powerplay opportunities, and Vacouver’s lone goal came from yet another public enemy for Bruins fans, Maxim Lapierre.Tim Thomas saved 24 of the 25 shots he faced, But Boston was completely outplayed by the Canucks on this night. Vancouver brought the physical play that they seemed to have left on the west coast when they came to Boston. The Bruins have managed to skate by (no pun intended) without a productive powerplay, but against a team as potent offensively as Vancouver, they will need to capitalize on penalites.Game 6 is in Boston on Monday night, and the Bruins will need a win if they are to play another game. The stats would favor Boston at home, but in the Stanley Cup Finals, with the cup in the building, anything can happen.