David Krejci and Zdeno Chara of the Boston Bruins celebrate after defeating the Carolina Hurricanes in Game 4 to win the Eastern Conference Finals during the 2019 NHL Stanley Cup Playoffs at PNC Arena on May 16, 2019 in Raleigh, North Carolina.
This postseason, Backes has logged five points in 11 games and helped the Bruins to a 9-2 record in contests he has played.
"It's a great spot to be in", coach Peter DeBoer said Saturday.
Game 5 of the best-of-seven series will be Sunday afternoon in San Jose, Calif.
Of note, the Blues are 1-4 in their last five games in San Jose, while the under is 4-1-1 in the last six games played in San Jose between these two teams.
"It's awesome to see the passion and the emotion that he has and he had it on his face after this game", Brad Marchand said.
"We're trying to simulate a game situation, going to the rink", Bruce Cassidy said.
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If the Bruins do pull this thing off against either the Sharks or Blues in the Stanley Cup Final, Boston will become the first city in the history of the United States to win a pro sports trifecta in consecutive order since Detroit was a champion in MLB, the NFL and the NHL 83 years ago (1935-36).
The Sharks made it interesting, cutting the lead to 2-1 on a Tomas Hertl power play goal at 6:43, but the Blues closed the deal to even up the series.
Should the Bruins have had a 3-0 series lead by that time? Just 13 seconds into the man advantage, Brent Burns took a shot from the left point that Binnington slowed but didn't stop. At the same time, you haven't accomplished anything or won anything.
It was an impressive showing, considering how the Blues had lost the previous game - on a missed hand-pass by Timo Meier that set up Erik Karlsson's game-winning goal, an embarrassing blown call that the National Hockey League has acknowledged its officials missed. "The Sharks have been the beneficiary of a few questionable calls throughout the playoffs, which probably only further incensed Blues backers".
It was an impressive rebound from a crushing Game 3 loss when the Blues allowed the tying goal with 1:01 left in regulation and then the victor in overtime after the officials failed to see a hand pass by San Jose that set up Erik Karlsson's goal.
After falling in Game 3 in dramatic fashion - surrendering a late goal and then losing in overtime due to a winning goal coming on a play that should have been blown dead due to a hand pass - the Blues needed a strong response to even the series. De Haan finished with one goal and a plus-3 rating in 12 Stanley Cup Playoff games. "After that, I think we battled back there, had some good looks".