Published: Mon, June 10, 2019
Sport | By Wilson Duncan

Louis newspaper accidentally runs ads congratulating Blues for Stanley Cup win

Louis newspaper accidentally runs ads congratulating Blues for Stanley Cup win

'Listen, if you told me four months ago we were going to be in the finals in Game 7, I think I'd take it, ' Blues coach Craig Berube said. The B's also attempted nine more shots, including 12 more shots on goal, and seven more high-danger scoring chances. "I thought he was tremendous against Carolina as well and you can go down the line".

It felt imperative for the Bruins to get the offense going early in this game, even if it didn't come at even strength.

Patrice Bergeron delivered a pregame speech before Game 6 of the Stanley Cup Final that could join the list of storied rallying cries in Boston sports lore: Chris Sale's screams in Game 4 of the 2018 World Series, David Ortiz's dugout pep talk in the 2013 Series, or Tom Brady's pregame speech before Super Bowl XLIX. The Bruins staved off elimination Sunday night with a dominant 5-1 win over the St. Louis Blues, to force the winner-take-all deciding game. He needed to be the Bruins' best player.

"[Krejci] made a good play in the neutral zone to get the puck over to me, and I was lucky enough for it to go in, " Kuhlman said of his first career playoff goal. St. Louis had four power-play opportunities and generated 12 shots - not bad. "May the best team win".

The moved worked out nicely for Cassidy, the Bruins and especially Kuhlman, the former Minnesota Duluth captain scored a third-period goal and had a plus-2 rating in a 5-1 victory that forced Game 7 on Wednesday night in Boston. It's now the Bruins who have confidence.


The Blues got one back when Ryan O'Reilly scored.again. "I put the bet down in January for $400 to win $100,000". "That's really all it is, is just a dream, and then all of a sudden you're here".

If Game 7 turns into another special teams game, or if the Blues are unable to flip the script in that area from what we have seen in the first six games, it could result in the franchise's first ever championship slipping through their fingers. "There's no time to be anxious or nervous of this situation". Who's to say the Blues would be where they are now if they hadn't gone though those trials at the beginning of the season?

Rask has been the biggest star in the game so far and he's the reason the Bruins are just 20 minutes away from forcing a Game 7. David Pastrnak fed Brad Marchand in the left circle, and he beat Jordan Binnington with a one-timer at 8:40. "Now you're going home, the Stanley Cup's in the building, someone's winning it and you've got a lot of new friends all of a sudden".

What is it about St. Louis that brings out inspirational oration from Boston athletes?

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