VANCOUVER -- Known for his fiery demeanour during previous NHL stops, John Tortorellas anger hasnt bubbled to the surface much since he took over as head coach of the Vancouver Canucks. P. J. Brown Jersey . It showed up on Saturday night and helped spur his team to victory. Tortorella lit into the Canucks with an emotional tirade during a second-period timeout after they gave up the lead and Vancouver responded in kind by blowing the doors off the Boston Bruins in a 6-2 victory. "That was 10 out of 10," said Canucks forward David Booth, who restored Vancouvers lead just 1:20 later. "He was fired up there and it got the guys going. Were professionals. Sometimes you dont need it and sometimes you do. "That was a turning point for us and changed the outcome of the game." Henrik Sedin had a goal and an assist and Roberto Luongo made 39 saves as Vancouver won its seventh straight to finish a five-game homestand with a perfect record. "We werent playing well," said Tortorella, before adding it was "none of your business" when asked what he said during the timeout. Jannik Hansen, Chris Higgins, Yannik Weber and Christopher Tanev had the other goals for Vancouver (20-10-5), which is 8-1-1 in its last 10. Daniel Sedin, Mike Santorelli and Brad Richardson added two assists each as the Canucks thumped the Bruins in their first visit to Rogers Arena since Bostons victory in Game 7 of the 2011 Stanley Cup final. Reilly Smith had both goals for the Bruins (22-9-2), who saw their four-game winning streak snapped. A shaky Tuukka Rask allowed four goals on 23 shots for Boston, which has been hit hard by injuries and had a flu bug go through their locker-room this week. Chad Johnson replaced Rask after the Canucks fourth goal, making four stops in relief. "Im not going to make any excuses. I was pretty bad today," said Rask. "I thought we played a good game as a team. I wasnt able to help too much." The turning point came at 4:11 of the second period when Tortorella called his timeout after Smith tied the score 1-1. The Bruins were all over the Canucks before the goal and Tortorella unleashed a verbal barrage reminiscent of his previous coaching stints with the Tampa Bay Lightning and New York Rangers. Whatever he said worked. Booth restored the Canucks lead just shortly after with his fourth goal of the season, firing a shot from the left wing that went through Rask to send the usually subdued Rogers Arena crowd into a frenzy. "I think you see how passionate he gets," said Canucks forward Ryan Kesler of his coach. "You see how not pleased he was with our play and I think that passion bleeds into this team. It was a wake-up call and guys respect him." The Canucks second line of Higgins, Santorelli and Kesler has been a force during Vancouvers current winning streak and went back to work to stretch the lead to 3-1 at 8:46. Santorelli made a strong move to the net, forcing Rask to make two big saves. His third shot went off the post and fell right to Higgins, who fired into a yawning cage for his 10th of the campaign. "(Boston is) one of the best teams in the East, and I consider us one of the best teams in the West. Both teams played hard," said Tortorella. "Those are the type of games you want to be in. We didnt have to say anything before the game as far as the emotion. I knew the team was going to be ready." Luongo, who picked up the 65th shutout of his career in Fridays 4-0 victory over the Edmonton Oilers, made a big blocker save early in the third on a deflection by Bruins forward Patrice Bergeron before Weber put the game out of reach and ended Rasks night when he blasted a one timer past for his first of the season at 1:34. Vancouvers special teams then took over with Henrik Sedin scoring on the power play for his ninth at 4:02. Tanev then added his third, a short-handed effort, at 10:34 to make it 6-1. Smith rounded out the scoring with 3:17 left, banging a rebound past Luongo. "They had quite a push at the start of the second, they tied it up, Torts calls a timeout and we respond right away," said Luongo. "It shows a lot of character from our guys." The Canucks, who were coming off back-to-back shutouts, have allowed just eight goals during their seven-game winning streak. "The final score was much different from the way our team played," said Bruins coach Claude Julien. "They just kind of took it over in the third with the score, but the first two periods I didnt mind our game." Bruins pest Brad Marchand drew the ire of the Canucks when he mocked the Canucks bench by pretending to kiss a ring on his finger and lifting an imaginary Stanley Cup in the third period. "It shows what kind of guy he is," said Henrik Sedin. "He is a great player, its too bad he is acting like he does but that is the way it is." Julien said he didnt see the exchange, but added that the team expects better of Marchand. "Sometimes his emotions get the better of him," said Julien. "We work with him and we are going to continue to work with him." The Bruins got word earlier in the day that tough guy Shawn Thornton had been suspended 15 games for his attack on Pittsburgh Penguins defenceman Brooks Orpik on Dec. 7. Both the Canucks and Bruins downplayed Saturdays rematch of the 2011 Cup final, but the energy in the stands and on the ice was palpable throughout the night. Hansen opened the scoring at 16:37 of the first period with his fifth of the season on a harmless-looking shot from centre that deflected off the stick of Bruins defenceman Zdeno Chara and knuckled its way past a surprised Rask. Boston had a great chance to tie the game moments later with Milan Lucic staring Luongo down in front, but the Canucks goalie made a big save to keep the momentum on Vancouvers side. "I thought we did a lot of good things tonight," said Tortorella. "(But) we still have a ways to go to learn how to play in those type of games." Notes: Smith now has nine goals on the season. ... Higgins has three goals and five assists in his last seven games and has points in five straight contests. ... The Canucks defeated the Bruins 4-3 in Boston on Jan. 7, 2012, in the only other meeting between the two teams since their final. Cory Schneider started in goal for Vancouver in that one. ... Boston hosts Vancouver on Feb. 4. ... The Canucks open a three-game road trip on Tuesday in Minnesota against the Wild. Vancouver then visits the Dallas Stars on Thursday and the Chicago Blackhawks on Friday. ... Boston is home to the Calgary Flames on Tuesday. Emeka Okafor Jersey .Y. -- As if the worst start in franchise history isnt bad enough, Buffalo Sabres President Ted Black braced his teams win-starved fans for potentially more tough times. Eric Gordon Jersey .twitter.com/xBTpoAKLJk — Daryl Zerr (@darylzerr) May 29, 2014 @BarDown I give to you the @SquirrelsNCHL aka the Fighting Squirels.Pending free agency and a racially charged bullying scandal could add up to a completely overhauled Miami Dolphins offensive line -- and some players looking for a job. Several Miami linemen are at the centre of the NFL-ordered report detailing harassment in the Dolphins locker room, including Richie Incognito, Jonathan Martin, John Jerry and Mike Pouncey. The report released last Friday said Jerry and Pouncey followed Incognitos lead in harassing Martin about not being black enough, threatening to rape his sister and calling him a long list of slurs. Incognito and Jerry, the teams starting guards, are free agents. Pouncey and Martin, the starting centre and left tackle, are under contract although their future with the team is unclear. Even Miami offensive line coach Jim Turners future may be in doubt after the report said he took part in some of the bullying. Whether Turner or any of the three starters embroiled in the scandal will face punishment from the NFL remains unclear. Spokesman Greg Aiello told The Associated Press in an email Monday the league will comment on the report "at the appropriate time." Steve Beuerlein, a former NFL Pro Bowl quarterback and TV analyst for CBS, said if the Dolphins have to make wholesale changes to the offensive line it would be "a huge adjustment." "How quickly they develop would depend on what type of guys they go after and how much money theyre willing to spend," Beuerlein said. "To have a good offensive line in todays NFL, you need two standout linemen and then you have to have three smart versatile guys tthat can move from position to position. Zion Williamson Jersey. "If they do that they can adjust pretty quick. But theyll have to find the right type of guys." Beuerlein knows about playing behind poor offensive lines. He was sacked a league-high 62 times in 2000 while playing for the Carolina Panthers, prompting the organization to invest millions and spend top draft picks on that position in the years that followed. Dolphins spokesman Harvey Green said new general manager Dennis Hickey was unavailable for comment, but is expected to address the media Thursday at the scouting combine in Indianapolis. The Dolphins have already said they arent likely to re-sign Incognito following the public relations nightmare. Meanwhile, Martins agent, Kenneth Zuckerman, said his client "definitely" plans to play football again and "he will play for any team." Whether that will be with the Dolphins remains to be seen. The Dolphins also have to make decisions on two other offensive linemen not named in the report -- starting right tackle Ryan Clabo and Bryant McKinnie, who replaced Martin at left tackle after Martin left the Dolphins last October for emotional reasons. Both Claybo and McKinnie are also free agents. Miamis offensive line collectively ranked last in the league a year ago, allowing an NFL-high 58 sacks. They allowed the quarterback to be knocked down 100 times last season. The Dolphins were 27th in the league in total offence in 2013 and 26th in rushing, averaging 90 yards per game on the ground. Miami finished the season 8-8 and did not qualify for the playoffs. ' ' '