His team has managed to score just eight goals in six games, but Daniel Sedin has no doubts about the biggest game of his life on Wednesday night.

"We're going to win Game 7," Daniel said emphatically after the Canucks dropped a 5-2 decision to the Boston Bruins in Game 6 of the Stanley Cup final on Monday night.

To do that, he and the rest of the Canucks are going to have to solve Boston goalie Tim Thomas.

Daniel said there is a simple explanation why the Canucks, who scored more goals than any other team this past season, haven't been able to put the puck in the net in the final.

"It's pretty easy because Tim Thomas has been outstanding," Daniel said. "Still, we're 3-3 and we won all three games at home and we have the fourth game at home. So we have the seventh game at home and we'll take that. We are confident."

Daniel thinks it's imperative the Canucks get Thomas moving around in his crease in Game 7 on Wednesday night (5 p.m., CBC, Team 1040).

"Today, I thought we got him moving a little bit more and we have to get him moving side to side. That's the only chance to score."

Vancouver led the NHL with 262 regular-season goals and offence wasn't considered to the team' Achilles heel heading into this series.