In a letter published by the St. Louis Post-Dispatch on Sunday, St. Louis Blues owner Tom Stillman thanked his fans after "the elation of breaking through and bringing St. Louis its first-ever Stanley Cup".
That goal might not have quieted the raucous crowd much, but it definitely settled the Bruins down.
"Well, to me, it matters a lot because I haven't been through it in a Stanley Cup Final", Cassidy said.
The Bruins trail the Blues three-games-to-two in the best-of-seven series. If you feel the Blues will wrap up the series in six games, the payout is at -153. Of course, St. Louis feels good about this entering Wednesday's winner-take-all showdown: Including regular season, Jordan Binnington is 13-2 with a 1.83 goals-against average (28 goals against, 918 minutes) and a.934 save percentage (394 saves on 422 shots) in games immediately following a loss. They moved up the starting time for a game May 29 one hour because Game 2 of the Stanley Cup Final was later that night.
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"It's a big game, but we've got to go out and keep doing what we've been doing, and yesterday was not that different to us".
"He's our best player", Bruins defenceman Charlie McAvoy said. We asked him to attack a little more.
The second period was about survival for the Bruins.
The congratulatory ads that popped up online included Stillman writing, "Winning the Stanley Cup was a dream come true for so many of you". He's allowed exactly one goal on 96 shots - a.990 save percentage. It was initially believed to be a save but replay confirmed the puck crossed the goal line to give St. Louis some life. Zdeno Chara scored into an empty net at 17:41.
"That's where your veteran guys really help you get settled", said Bruins coach Bruce Cassidy. Then Kuhlman, a rookie who was in the lineup in place of former Blues captain David Backes, made it 3-0 with a well-placed wrist shot at 10:15. That will make us confident when we know we're done our homework and it should be good. The Bruins improved to 13-3 when they score first in the playoffs.