St. Louis vs Boston Wed, Jun 12
|*Community||BOS -175 70%||o/5.5 60%|
*Consensus from 1271 predictions.
|21.110th||Power Play %||25.93rd|
|81.59th||Penalty Kill %||79.916th|
|15th||Power Play %||2nd|
|17th||Power Play %||7th|
Bruins 3, Blues 1: Home ice advantage. Big-game experience. Hot goalie. Dangerous power play. The Bruins have too many factors going for them. They are confident after going into St. Louis and beating the Blues 5-1 to force a Game 7. The Bruins trademark this season has the been the consistency they bring each and every game.80%
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Best two words in sports, GAME SEVEN! Lets go baby this one should be a good one. I a, siding with the home team Bruins in this one. I still cant believe that the Blues Organization printed shirts and posted an ad in the paper congratulating their team on winning this thing before the fat lady had sung. I think that karma alone kills them. The Bruins have been one of the best teams in the league all year and Tuukka Rask has been the best goalie in the postseason so far. Jordan Binnington has been tough this year, but he has been a bit weaker in the postseason. He had just six losses in the Regular season, but 10 so far in the playoffs. Take the Bruins to raise the cup tonight50%
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Tuukka Rask has been unfairly maligned by a segment of the Boston fanbase for years. But a shutout in Game 7 and walking away with the Conn Smythe Trophy would be a good way for the winningest goalie in Bruins history to cement his legacy.
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Betting Prediction for St. Louis Blues vs Boston Bruins on June 12, 2019, 8:00 PM ET
Free Betting Prediction: Boston will Win and the Total will go Under .
After an 82-game regular season and two months of grueling playoff hockey, the right to hoist the Stanley Cup comes down to Game 7 at TD Garden tonight.Blues vs Bruins Game Center. Original matchup: http://bit.ly/2WqDOQM
Boston.com: What NHL experts are saying about Bruins-Blues Game 7
The Bruins and Blues play Game 7 at TD Garden on Wednesday. The puck drops one last time in the 2018-19 NHL season at 8 p.m.
The Bruins forced the series to seven games with a 5-1 win in Game 6.
Here is what experts around the NHL are saying as Game 7 approaches:
Pierre LeBrun, The Athletic: "You couldn't hand [Tuukka] Rask the MVP if he ended up two wins short of the Cup. But now ... we've arrived at Game 7, and Rask has put his team on the brink.
Boston.com: This St. Louis cigar bar tried mocking the Boston accent -- and the internet was not impressed
With the Stanley Cup Final coming down to Game 7 this week, the clash between Boston and St. Louis is playing out on multiple fronts.
On the ice. On the Twitter feeds of local celebrities. In the food sections of the local newspapers. And even on the walls of local bars.
In this case, it was St. Louis that fired the first shot.
Before Game 6 on Sunday night, ESPN hockey writer Greg Wyshynski stopped by Durango Cigar Lounge and stumbled upon the St. Louis bar's attempt to mock the Boston accent.
Boston.com: What the Bruins said about forcing Game 7 against the Blues
ST. LOUIS (AP) -- Punch, counterpunch, Game 7.
Just when it looked like the Boston Bruins were down and out, they remembered they can throw their weight around, too. Boston showed it can play St. Louis' physical style of hockey and then some, and the Stanley Cup Final is tied at 3-3 with Boston headed home for Game 7 on Wednesday night.
Welcome to the Stanley Cup Final, @K_Kuhlman20! #NHLBruins pic.twitter.com/1bLGqvIQiW
-- Boston Bruins (@NHLBruins) June 10, 2019
How these two bruising teams will sort that out is anyone's guess, but the Bruins seem to be all done being bullied by the Blues.
ESPN.com: Rask locks down Blues as Bruins force Game 7
ST. LOUIS -- With the Boston Bruins facing elimination on Sunday, Tuukka Rask came up big.
Perhaps you've heard this story before.
Rask was once again exceptional for Boston, making 28 saves -- including one that rolled off his back -- as the Bruins defeated the St. Louis Blues 5-1 in Game 6 to force a Game 7 on Wednesday.
It's been a familiar trend for Boston this postseason: rely on the 32-year-old Finn when it matters most. Combine Games 6 and 7 of the first round series against Toronto, when Boston faced elimination, and in Game 6 on Sunday, Rask is 3-0, with a 1.