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Two minutes into the Stanley Cup Final, the Boston Bruins flashed the speed and skill that got them to this point and exploited it to beat the St. Louis Blues in the series opener. If the Blues have any hope in Game 2 Wednesday night and beyond, they will have to slow down the Bruins somehow, some way. There's different ways that you can wear guys down whether it's physicality or speed,'' DeBrusk said. Continue to Article
May 29, 2019 11:40:am EST
The Boston Bruins' 10-day layoff did impact their game early in the Stanley Cup Final, as the St. Louis Blues took a one-goal lead in the first period of Game 1 on Monday night. Sean Kuraly admitted as much Tuesday in his blog about the series for "After we didn't play a good first 20, we went in the locker room and just said, 'Hey its behind us now and let's see if we can play a good 40 minutes and start with a good first five minutes,' Kuraly wrote. "That's what we did. Continue to Article
May 29, 2019 8:19:am EST
Boston allowed the Blues to score twice, but after Vladimir Tarasenko cashed in a turnover one minute into the second period, Boston closed the door over the final 29 minutes of the game on the way to a 4-2 victory. Charlie McAvoy, Chara's 6-foot linemate, said his team's skating and puck movement makes up for what it may not have across the board in height. I think this kind of new-school NHL, you don't need to be 6-5 anymore,'' McAvoy said. Continue to Article
May 29, 2019 3:29:am EST
St. Louis
Blowing a two-goal lead to lose Game 1 of the Stanley Cup Final to the Boston Bruins on Monday was no doubt a hit for the St. Louis Blues, but it was another hit during the loss that remained the talk of media availability Tuesday. A helmetless Torey Krug put down Blues rookie Robert Thomas with a punishing blow during the third period that perhaps stands as a metaphor for how the Blues were KO'd in the eventual 4-2 defeat on Sunday. Boston rallied with four unanswered goals, held a 30-12 edge in shots over the final two periods and had its way with St. Louis in the physicality department. Continue to Article
May 28, 2019 8:28:pm EST
Tuukka Rask first caught coach Bruce Cassidy's attention as a hot-headed minor leaguer who was throwing milk crates onto the ice when things didn't go his way. "I just think he's been real calm for a while now, on and off the ice, really even-keeled," Cassidy said Tuesday, a day after Boston beat St. Louis 4-2 in Game 1 of the Stanley Cup Final. The Bruins are three wins away from their second NHL title this decade, and Rask is a big reason why. Continue to Article
May 28, 2019 6:40:pm EST
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