Bruins Beat Blues 5-1 in Game Six, Force 7th Game in Stanley Cup Final

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The Blues had their home crowd roaring on Sunday night, hoping to see their team clinch their first Stanley Cup title, instead they got a dominant 5-1 win by the opposing Boston Bruins. They stay alive in the Stanley Cup Final and force a decisive seventh game in this series. Brad Marchand’s power play goal gave the Bruins a 1-0 lead in the first period. After a scoreless second period, Boston got goals from Brandon Carlo and Karson Kuhlman to build a 3-0 cushion. Ryan O’Reilly finally got the Blues on the scoreboard with 7:59 to go in the game, but the Bruins scored two more for the 5-1 victory.

The series now stands tied at three wins apiece. The deciding seventh game will be Wednesday, June 12 in Boston. The Blues have been a solid road team in the playoffs (9-3 record) and will look for one more win in Boston to capture the Stanley Cup for the first time in franchise history.

Fox 2 Sports Director Martin Kilcoyne was at Game 6 and has the post game report from the Blues locker room.



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