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There's promised to be at least one heartwarming and emotional moment during Game 6, regardless if Lord Stanley is hoisted by the St. Louis Blues or not. The club's renown anthem singer, Charles Glenn, will belt out his last rendition of the Star Spangled Banner — a role he proudly held with the club since 2000. Charles Glenn decided this was going to be his last season as our anthem singer, so we've pushed off his retirement as long as we can. Continue to Article
June 08, 2019 11:15:pm EST
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Except the St. Louis Blues and Boston Bruins are so tight that Game 6 of the Stanley Cup Final is absolutely in danger of hinging on officiating. It might not necessarily be a missed call like the one that helped the Blues win Game 5 and put them on the verge of winning the Cup - it could simply be how much leeway the referees give the Blues and Bruins in the next chapter of what has been a series of big hits and more than a little animosity. It's tough to say,'' Blues coach Craig Berube said. Continue to Article
June 08, 2019 6:11:pm EST
The Blues' power play has been nothing special, but their penalty kill is a major reason why St. Louis has won two straight to earn a chance to claim the first NHL championship in franchise history at home Sunday night in Game 6. St. Louis has gone from being the playoffs' least-penalized team through three rounds to something else entirely. The Blues are borderline undisciplined, relying on targeted toughness to beat up and disrupt the Bruins. Continue to Article
June 07, 2019 8:09:pm EST
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The Stanley Cup Playoffs have unfortunately been as much about the quality of officiating as they have about the skill of the game's elite players. St. Louis Blues head coach Craig Berube was critical of the calls after Game 3, claiming that something didn't add up after the least penalized team in the league found themselves down 2-1 thanks in large part to the Bruins' powerplay. The pendulum swung the other way after Game 5, as Bruins coach Bruce Cassidy called the officiating a ”black eye” for the sport following a wild game where a non-call on a trip resulted in the game-winning goal. Continue to Article
June 07, 2019 1:38:pm EST
Noel Acciari, Tyler Bozak had very different accounts of Game 5 non-call originally appeared on If you want confirmation the officials missed a tripping call on Noel Acciari in Game 5 of the Stanley Cup Final on Thursday night, look no further than Tyler Bozak. After upending Acciari in plain view of the referee, the St. Louis Blues forward instinctively raised his arm to protest the penalty he assumed was coming. But that penalty never came, and the Blues scored what proved to be the game-winning goal seconds later en route to a 2-1 win over the Boston Bruins at TD Garden. Continue to Article
June 07, 2019 9:33:am EST
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