Canucks Fans Get Their Hearts Stomped In Realtime

As many away teams do when there's a chance to clinch (the Mavs did it), the Canucks hosted a viewing party for fans at Rogers Arena in Vancouver. NHL.com decided it would be a fun idea to set up a livecam to capture crowd reactions.

Then the Bruins went and scored four goals in 4:14, a finals record. The Rogers Arena livecam turned into something more like a snuff film. Someone in the control room eventually took notice of the carnage, and pulled out to a wider shot for the rest of the game. But before that happened, I grabbed a few screenshots. Ladies and gentlemen, presenting the broken people of Vancouver.

Canucks Fans Get Their Hearts Stomped In Realtime

Canucks Fans Get Their Hearts Stomped In Realtime

Canucks Fans Get Their Hearts Stomped In Realtime

Canucks Fans Get Their Hearts Stomped In Realtime

Canucks Fans Get Their Hearts Stomped In Realtime

Canucks Fans Get Their Hearts Stomped In Realtime

Heading for the exits, with just 45 minutes of ice time left.