FLORISSANT, Mo. — Spectrum offers cable television, internet, and home phone service. There was an outage in St. Louis just as the Blues battled the Bruins in Game 7 of the Stanley Cup Finals, according to downdetector.com.
Spectrum says that they were looking into an issue affecting some channels for Spectrum TV customers in the Florissant area. They say that they have all hands on deck working to restore services as quickly as possible.
Service has been restored to the Florissant area.
Thanks for the update. "Widespread, multi-tired outage" (according to @GetSpectrum @Ask_Spectrum ) in Florissant, just outside of St. Louis. We are having to listen to them game on the radio. Call me, I'd be one hell of an interview right now! pic.twitter.com/IXzBjvExEy
— John Bisci (@JohnBisciJr) June 13, 2019
The St. Louis Blues hold a surprising 2-0 lead on Boston after a wild first period in Game 7 of the Stanley Cup Final.
The Bruins have been the far more aggressive team and had the Blues badly out of synch for most of the opening 20 minutes. But it was the Blues who struck first.
Ryan O’Reilly scored on a perfect deflection and captain Alex Pietrangelo lifted a backhander past Tuukka Rask in the final seconds of the opening period to give the St. Louis Blues a two-goal lead.
O’Reilly tipped Jay Bouwmeester’s point shot in with 3:13 left in the period on just the third Blues shot of the game. After a bad line change by the Bruins, the Blues got numbers in the offensive zone and Jaden Schwartz fed Pietrangelo for a stunning goal with 7.9 seconds left.
Scoring on consecutive shots silenced a charged-up Bruins crowd. The Bruins outshot the Blues 12-4 in the first period, but St. Louis rookie goaltender Jordan Binnington made several spectacular saves to keep the Bruins scoreless.