Blues vs. Bruins: Live score, Game 7 updates, highlights from 2019 Stanley Cup Final
Winner takes all.
It’s come down to a one-and-done scenario in the 2019 Stanley Cup Final, with the Boston Bruins and St. Louis Blues splitting the first six games of the series. Wednesday’s Game 7 comes after the Blues failed to close out the series on home ice Sunday, allowing the Bruins to force a decider in Boston.
Fortunately for the Blues, they’ve found success at TD Garden this spring, winning two of the three games played in Boston so far. They’ll need a bit more of that superb road form if they are to lift their first Stanley Cup in franchise history.
For the Bruins, they’ll receive a boost in the form of Matt Grzelcykwho has been cleared from a concussion and is expected to play in Wednesday’s contest. Grzelcyk has been out since suffering a head injury in Game 2, but he should be game-ready when the puck drops.
Sporting News is tracking live scoring updates and highlights from Game 7 between the Bruins and Blues. Follow along below.
Blues vs. Bruins: Live updates, highlights from Game 7
20:00 – Here we go. One game for the Cup!
17:30 – The pace of this game is fast. End to end stuff right now, but no shots on goal yet.
14:20 – Still quick, but scrappy. The Bruins nearly had an opportunity with a huge rebound off Binnington, but they couldn’t corral the puck before St. Louis got reset.
12:24 – That was a very good stretch by Boston, with a period of sustained pressure putting the Blues on their heels.
12:03 – PENALTY. Colton Parayko puts the puck over the glass from the defensive zone, and gets called for dekay of game. Boston to the power play.
10:11 – Bruins are throwing everything at Binnington right now. It’s a mystery how they haven’t scored on this power play. The rookie is up for it!
10:03 – Parayko’s back on and it’s 5-on-5 again.
9:00 – It’s been 10-and-a-half minutes since the last (and only) Blues shot.
5:17 – The Bruins are laying the body on the Blues all over the ice now. St. Louis returns the favor in kind, and the Blues hold a 12-5 overall lead in hits so far.
3:13 – ? GOAL ? The Blues, who had gone 16:11 without a shot, get two in quick succession with the second going right through Tuukka Rask’s legs. Blues 1, Bruins 0.
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