The St. Louis Blues Beat The Boston Bruins 4-1 In Stanley Cup Final 2019

The St. Louis Blues beat the Boston Bruins 4-1 in Boston to guarantee their first Stanley Cup title in establishment history.

The Blues scored twice in the principal time frame in spite of being defeated for a lot of that time. Boston outshot St. Louis 12-4 in the primary time frame, however the Bruins were unfit to get one past Blues youngster goaltender Jordan Binnington. He finished game with 32 spares.

The Blues, apparently invigorated by Binnington’s resistance, struck late in the main time frame, first with a Ryan O’Reilly diversion and after that another objective by Alex Pietrangelo.

The two groups went scoreless in the second time frame.

The Blues added to their lead by scoring again with 8:35 left in the third time frame with an objective by Brayden Schenn.

St. Louis’ Zach Sanford included a fourth objective with 4:37 left.

The Bruins did not jump on the board until there was just 2:10 left in the game when Matt Grzelcyk scored.

O’Reilly was named Most Valuable Player of the playoffs.

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