Defensively, the St. Louis Blues are allowing 2.7 goals per game and are killing 74.2 percent of their opponents power plays.
The snafu could prove to be an embarrassing situation for the Post-Dispatch should the Bruins win the final two games of the series and claim the Stanley Cup. They've been playing awfully hard lately.
The Stanley Cup Final is heading to Game 7 because two of Boston's biggest stars love the biggest moments.
The smooth-skating forward's return is a major boost for the Blues as they look to try to win the first Stanley Cup in the history of a franchise that has been around since 1967.
"Well, to me, it matters a lot because I haven't been through it in a Stanley Cup Final", Cassidy said.
Here's everything you need to know about how Game 6 played out in this edition of ESPN Stanley Cup Playoffs Daily.
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He went 12-11 with a 3.74 ERA and 153 strikeouts last season for Houston and then started two playoff games and posted a 3.60 ERA. Until Monday, teams signing either Kimbrel or Keuchel would have lost a draft pick because they turned down qualifying offers.
In Parayko's ninth entry, he talks about his childhood dreams of winning the Cup and what it's like being one win away from doing it for real. The ones he spoke with Boston's season on the line struck a chord that helped set the stage for Game 7 back in the friendly confines of TD Garden. We had a travel day and I got to spend some time with my family yesterday.
For the first five games of this series, Rask was good enough. He needed to be the Bruins' best player.
But it's not former Blues captain-turned-Bruins role player David Backes going back in for depth defenseman Steven Kampfer. St. Louis had four power-play opportunities and generated 12 shots - not bad. A missed trip by Tyler Bozak in the offensive zone led to David Perron's game-winning goal and the Blues held on, 2-1, to take a 3-2 series lead.
Captain Zdeno Chara played a remarkable 16:42 in game five - with a broken jaw. "And now, together, we can finally say 'We won the Cup for St. Louis, '" he added.
First, Jake DeBrusk won a board battle with Pietrangelo to set up Carlo's bouncing shot that went off Binnington's arm for the defenceman's second career playoff goal.
'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 Bruins improved to 13-3 when they score first in the playoffs.