Television analyst Mike Milbury referred Wednesday to Daniel and Henrik Sedin as Thelma and Louise. So, at least they're dangerous.

The twins have just two points in four games in the Stanley Cup Final — both by Daniel — and Ryan Kesler has one assist.

So Vancouver's three world-class forwards are tied in scoring with Boston Bruin Nick Peverley and trail Michael Ryder by one point in the National Hockey League championship.

Kesler, who appeared for the last two minutes of post-game media availability, answered several questions with the promise to reporters that he would "look at film and I'll tell you tomorrow."

Personally, I don't believe him.

But Daniel and Henrik stood for their usual 20-25 minute media bombardment and couldn't come up with much better answers as to why the current and past NHL scoring champions are struggling to make a dent in this series.

"We've been through this before," Henrik said. "We're confident. We haven't scored enough, but we've still got 2-2 in the series and we're going home to Vancouver with home-ice advantage, best of three. That's the only way we can look about it.

"It's the playoffs; it doesn't matter what year it is, what team it is, you're not going to sweep someone in the finals. That's not going to happen. We won two at home and they won two here. If we would have split at home and split here, we would have been maybe in better shape on the outside. But we've still got 2-2."