Most of that was because of a 5-on-3 power play goal that Marchand scored.
If the Bruins' most important players don't dominate in Game 7 of the Stanley Cup Final on Wednesday, it would be a massive departure from how they've played in elimination games. The Blues, meanwhile, are on the verge of winning their first Stanley Cup in franchise history.
"Well, to me, it matters a lot because I haven't been through it in a Stanley Cup Final", Cassidy said.
The Bruins padded their lead just over two minutes into the third period when Carlo's one-hopper from the blueline dribbled through Binnington's legs while Kuhlman scored the dagger at the midway mark of the period. Now you can get them at -357 to win the Stanley Cup. Boston won 5-1 to force a Game 7. "He made some tremendous saves, especially early on to keep us in the game and then that first goal that got us going".More news: Do Manchester United even need Aaron Wan-Bissaka?
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"We've been a good road team, we've won twice up there (in Boston) in this series so we're a confident group".
Berry, who placed a $400 bet on his beloved Blues back in January at 500-to-1 odds, is riding this out with his team. St. Louis had four power-play opportunities and generated 12 shots - not bad. David Backes will be a healthy scratch for a second straight game.
After O'Reilly supplied some hope for St. Louis when he was awarded a goal after a review by the officials, Marchand found Pastrnak in front and the winger put a slick move on Binnington to make it 4-1 on 14:06. He also had four hits, two shots on goal, and three blocked shots. As St. Louis got hot and played well the rest of the season making the playoffs, Glenn couldn't "see this coming", he told ESPN during the Western Conference Final against San Jose.
Head coach Bruce Cassidy said Karson Kulman will suit up in Grzelcyk's place. The Bruins improved to 13-3 when they score first in the playoffs.
Captain Zdeno Chara played a remarkable 16:42 in game five - with a broken jaw.