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The city of Vancouver, British Columbia is trying to pick up the pieces this morning after angry Canuck fans rioted in the streets following yesterday's loss to the Boston Bruins in the deciding game 7 of the NHL Stanley Cup Finals.
The downtown streets of the city were littered last night with overturned burning cars, while fans looted stores and fought with police.
Vancouver Mayor Gregor Robertson said the riots and the "hooligans" looting were not a reflection of the majority of people who live there.
"Vancouver is a world-class city and it is embarrassing and shameful to see the type of violence and disorder we've seen," Robertson said according to ABC News.
There were no fatalities reported, but at least four people were stabbed.
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