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Bruins Win Stanley Cup … Vancouver Still Smoldering: The Bruins return the Cup to Boston for the first time in nearly 40 years after blanking Vancouver 4-0; meanwhile, disappointed and heavily bearded Canucks fans handled the loss by breaking and burning stuff. [NHL.com]

Video: Guilty DiMasi Finally Speaks, Defends His ‘Intent’: Former Speaker Sal DiMasi, guilty of seven of nine federal counts of corruption, finally opened his mouth after yesterday’s hearing. “Federal law seems to require something different,” he says. [Boston.com]

Harvard Report: Allston Revival Recommendations Over Next 10 Years: Today, the Harvard University Allston Work Team will present its recommendations for changing course on the school’s largest expansion project in history. [Harvard Gazette]

MBTA Refuses Ad Aimed at Centerfold Senator: Calling it ‘too controversial,’ the MBTA gives the no-go to an ad questioning Senator Scott Brown’s vote against the Clean Air Act. [Huffingtonpost.com]

Mayor Menino Tells Wal-Mart Where to Stick Summer Jobs: Menino makes clear that the city would not accept money from the retail giant for its summer-jobs fund like NYC. [Bostonherald.com]