Boston Bruins vs St. Louis Blues vs NHL Ice Hockey Stanley Cup Finals Game 2 Live on MAY 29TH, 2019 08:00 PM EDT and Venue: TD Garden Boston
The Boston Bruins said loudly, both psychologically and physically, that Stanley Road Road was going through them and that there was a risk of being crushed. The return in movement and the powerful blow of the “Slap Shot” exit allowed the Bruins to take a 1-0 lead in the series in the second game of the Stanley Cup final against the St. Louis Blues on Wednesday for the night.
He may not compete with the iconic image of Bobby Orr in the air after scoring the decisive goal against San Luis in 1970, but Bruins defender Torey Krug left an indelible mark in the first game, taking his flight after party without a helmet, open. This thunderous control of Robert Thomas in the third period. “It was very good,” said Boston forward Brad Marchand after his team’s eighth consecutive victory. “There are many pieces that people turn to in series and talk for a long time, it will be one of them.” While the Blues prefer to look forward instead of staying in the first game of the series, they were harder than Krug’s hit: they lost a quick lead of two goals and lost 30-12 over the last two periods. “It will not always be perfect,” said rookie goalie Jordan Binnington after the St. Louis crash 7-3 on the road to the playoffs. “It’s the first game, it’s a series of seven games, we’ll regroup and go back to them.”
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Boston Bruins vs Louis Blues: Team updates
Defender Vince Dunn, absent from the third game of the Western Conference finals after being shot in the mouth, trained for the third consecutive day on Tuesday and could be back in training for the second game. “Tyler Bozak, center, said about Dunn, who has seven points in the playoffs and scored in two of his three previous games before getting hurt.” Obviously, it is good to have the depth of “We have, and men can intervene when men are injured.” Binnington, who has scored 24-5-1 since his call from the miners in early December, is 5-2 in the postseason after a loss.
The center of the fourth line, Sean Kuraly, added to his reputation as an artist by setting Boston’s first goal before scoring his third playoff winner. Kuraly, along with teammates Noel Acciari and Joakim Nordstrom, also faced strong defensive charges when coach Bruce Cassidy faced them at St. Louis No. 1 after the Blues scored two goals. “One of the strengths of this team is that we have four lines that can be produced at any time of the night,” said striker Marcus Johansson. “It’s not fair that they scored goals, I think they made the group more physical and I think that was what allowed us to win the game.”
Boston Bruins vs Louis Blues: Probabilities
- Bruins captain Zdeno Chara said he was fine after receiving stitches to close an injury in the third period.
- Blues F Brayden Schenn scored in consecutive competitions after a 13-game drought.
- Boston won the nine playoff games against St. Louis, 0-13 all-time in the Stanley Cup.
Boston Bruins vs Louis Blues: Prediction
St. Louis Blues 3: 4 Boston Bruins