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Boston
vs
St. Louis
Today's Featured Sports Pick

Game Date:
06/01/2019
8:00pm EST

Lines:
Boston +1.5
St. Louis -1.5

Total:
Over 5 (-155)
Under 5 (+135)

Community Picks: Boston 53% vs St. Louis 47%

Boston and St. Louis Thread

Team Tweets & News Articles
Boston
In their surprising run to their first Stanley Cup Final in 49 years, the St. Louis Blues often have leaned on the fourth line of Oskar Sundqvist, Alexander Steen and Ivan Barbashev. Tied for the team lead in plus-minus during the playoffs, Sundqvist has been suspended for a game after the NHL sanctioned his hit on Matt Grzelcyk. Sundqvist was assessed a minor for boarding on the play, in which Grzelcyk appeared to lose an edge along the boards when Sundqvist belted him with a shoulder. Continue to Article
June 01, 2019 11:57:am EST
Boston
Pat Maroon had some criticism towards the Bruins leadership. Blues forward Pat Maroon reportedly threw shade at the Boston Bruins' leadership after St. Louis's overtime win in Game 2 of the Stanley Cup Final. Stationed between the glass during action, analyst Pierre McGuire was close enough to hear the Maroon's comment, and shared it on his daily radio segment on TSN 690 in Montreal. Continue to Article
May 31, 2019 7:18:pm EST
St. Louis
Backes past the point of the "soft and fuzzies" with the Blues originally appeared on nbcsportsboston.com ST LOUIS – It was pretty obvious that David Backes was over with the St. Louis Blues sentimental stuff prior to the start of the Stanley Cup Final against the team he spent more than 10 years dutifully playing for, but the 35-year-old hammered that point home with the series turning to St. Louis this week. Backes got into a number of scrums with St. Louis defenseman Joel Edmundson and took an elbow from Blues goalie Jordan Binnington in Game 1, and continued to play the heavy, nasty game against his old team in Game 2 as well. Continue to Article
May 31, 2019 6:35:pm EST
Boston
John Moore is ready for his closeup and the chance to make an impact in the Stanley Cup Final. Moore is expected to replace injured defenseman Matt Grzelcyk in the Boston Bruins' lineup for Game 3 at the St. Louis Blues on Saturday night. Grzelcyk is in concussion protocol and didn't travel with the team, and Moore took his place in practice Friday alongside Connor Clifton. Continue to Article
May 31, 2019 5:17:pm EST
Boston
St. Louis Blues players say there's a buzz in the city for the first Stanley Cup Final game here in 49 years. ''Every arena has roughly the same amount of people in it, so regardless of where you are in the NHL in the playoffs, you expect it to be loud,'' Marchand said after practice Friday. Marchand is the Bruins' leading scorer in the playoffs and sealed their Game 1 victory with an empty-net goal. Continue to Article
May 31, 2019 5:15:pm EST
 
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