Blues vs Bruins

Blues vs Bruins: Welcome to Game 7 of the Stanley Cup Final between the Boston Bruins and St. Louis Blues. The Boston Bruins and St. Louis Blues will play at least 60 minutes Wednesday night in Game 7 of the Stanley Cup Final, but recent history shows the team that scores first is going to win.

Blues vs Bruins: The Boston Bruins have returned to TD Garden and will host the St. Louis Blues in Game 7 of the 2019 Stanley Cup Final. The Stanley Cup is at TD Garden for Wednesday night’s much-anticipated Game 7 showdown between the Boston Bruins and St. Louis Blues.

The Bruins could be getting some reinforcements on the blue line. Matt Grzelcyk is a “game-time decision”, per head coach Bruce Cassidy. The young defenseman hasn’t played in the series since he was knocked out of Game 2 in the first period on a dangerous hit from behind by Blues forward Oskar Sundqvist. Grzelcyk returning likely would result in defenseman Connor Clifton coming out of the lineup. Defenseman Steven Kampfer and forward David Backes are expected to be the other healthy scratches.

Blues forward Ivan Barbashev is coming back into the lineup after being suspended for Game 6. He’ll replace Robert Thomas. St. Louis defenseman Joel Edmundson is replacing Robert Bortuzzo on the third defense pairing.

Tuukka Rask will start in net for the Bruins. He is aiming for his first Stanley Cup title as a starting goalie. He was the backup on the 2011 Bruins team that beat the Vancouver Canucks in Game 7 of the Cup Final. Rookie netminder Jordan Binnington will start for the Blues. A Game 7 win would give Binnington the record for the most victories (16) by a rookie goalie in one playoff run.

You didn’t expect Alex Cora to root against the Boston Bruins, did you?

The Boston Red Sox moved Wednesday’s game against the Texas Rangers up a few hours to accommodate the Bruins, who will take on the St. Louis Blues in Game 7 of the Stanley Cup Final down the street at TD Garden.

Stanley Cup Finals

Stanley Cup Finals 2019: The Boston Bruins and St. Louis Blues will play at least 60 minutes Wednesday night in Game 7 of the Stanley Cup Final, but recent history shows the team that scores first is going to win. The Bruins can clinch their seventh Cup with a victory.

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Stanley Cup Finals 2019: With the series all tied at 3-3, the Blues and Bruins will battle it out in Game 7 at TD Garden for the right to hoist Lord Stanley. Wednesday night marks the 17th Game 7 in Stanley Cup Final history, while the home team is 12-4 in such situations. The schedule for Game 7 of the 2019 Stanley Cup Final on NBC.

This model, which simulates every NHL game 10,000 times, enters Game 7 of the Stanley Cup Finals 2019 on a sizzling 22-10 run on its top-rated money line picks, returning more than $1,300 to $100 players. Anybody who has been following its NHL picks during this run is way up.

Now, the model has dialed in on Game 7 of Bruins vs. Blues. We can tell you it is over, and it also says one side of the money line has all the value. That pick is only available at SportsLine.

The model knows the momentum is back with the Bruins, and now they’re at home where they have the second-best mark (29-9-3) in the NHL behind the Lightning. And on paper, Boston is the favorite for a reason. A big reason is the top line of Patrice Bergeron, Brad Marchand and David Pastrnak, who have accounted for just one goal through six Stanley Cup Finals 2019 games, but had 22 through 17 playoff games prior and could be poised to erupt at home in Game 7.

And they have the best goaltender in these NHL Playoffs 2019, Tuukka Rask. His save percentage in the finals is 92 percent, and he posted a mark of 95.6 in the Eastern Conference Finals. Only six times in 23 playoff games have opponents scored three or more goals, and never more than four.

Just because Boston is back home for the deciding Game 7 doesn’t mean it offers the best value on the Bruins vs. Blues money line on Wednesday against a St. Louis club on the verge of earning its first-ever title in the NHL Playoffs 2019.

The Blues were outplayed in Game 6, but they haven’t lost two in a row since the first week of May. And they still have Ryan O’Reilly, who tallied St. Louis’ lone goal on Sunday and has seven points overall on the second line. He’s been the best skater on the ice this series for either team.

O’Reilly has 21 points, while Jaden Schwarz has 12 goals and a plus/minus of 7, best on the team this postseason. The Blues get Ivan Barbashev (three goals in five finals games) back after serving a one-game suspension for a high hit. And they have rookie goalie phenom Jordan Binnington, who stopped nearly 93 percent of shots faced this year and looks to become the sixth rookie goalie to win a Stanley Cup.

Bruins vs Blues

Bruins vs Blues: The St. Louis Blues can capture their first Stanley Cup in franchise history with a win over the Boston Bruins in Game 7 of the Stanley Cup Final on Wednesday night at TD Garden. The Bruins, who forced this deciding game with their 5-1 victory Sunday in St. Louis, are seeking the seventh Cup in franchise history.

This model, which simulates every NHL game 10,000 times, enters Game 7 of the Stanley Cup Finals 2019 on a sizzling 22-10 run on its top-rated money line picks, returning more than $1,300 to $100 players. Anybody who has been following its NHL picks during this run is way up.

Now, the model has dialed in on Game 7 of Bruins vs. Blues. We can tell you it is over, and it also says one side of the money line has all the value. That pick is only available at SportsLine.

The model knows the momentum is back with the Bruins, and now they’re at home where they have the second-best mark (29-9-3) in the NHL behind the Lightning. And on paper, Boston is the favorite for a reason. A big reason is the top line of Patrice Bergeron, Brad Marchand and David Pastrnak, who have accounted for just one goal through six Stanley Cup Finals 2019 games, but had 22 through 17 playoff games prior and could be poised to erupt at home in Game 7.

And they have the best goaltender in these NHL Playoffs 2019, Tuukka Rask. His save percentage in the finals is 92 percent, and he posted a mark of 95.6 in the Eastern Conference Finals. Only six times in 23 playoff games have opponents scored three or more goals, and never more than four.

Just because Boston is back home for the deciding Game 7 doesn’t mean it offers the best value on the Bruins vs. Blues money line on Wednesday against a St. Louis club on the verge of earning its first-ever title in the NHL Playoffs 2019.

The Blues were outplayed in Game 6, but they haven’t lost two in a row since the first week of May. And they still have Ryan O’Reilly, who tallied St. Louis’ lone goal on Sunday and has seven points overall on the second line. He’s been the best skater on the ice this series for either team.

O’Reilly has 21 points, while Jaden Schwarz has 12 goals and a plus/minus of 7, best on the team this postseason. The Blues get Ivan Barbashev (three goals in five finals games) back after serving a one-game suspension for a high hit. And they have rookie goalie phenom Jordan Binnington, who stopped nearly 93 percent of shots faced this year and looks to become the sixth rookie goalie to win a Stanley Cup.

Blues vs Bruins

Blues vs Bruins: The Boston Bruins have returned to TD Garden and will host the St. Louis Blues in Game 7 of the 2019 Stanley Cup Final. The Stanley Cup is at TD Garden for Wednesday night’s much-anticipated Game 7 showdown between the Boston Bruins and St. Louis Blues.

The Bruins could be getting some reinforcements on the blue line. Matt Grzelcyk is a “game-time decision”, per head coach Bruce Cassidy. The young defenseman hasn’t played in the series since he was knocked out of Game 2 in the first period on a dangerous hit from behind by Blues forward Oskar Sundqvist. Grzelcyk returning likely would result in defenseman Connor Clifton coming out of the lineup. Defenseman Steven Kampfer and forward David Backes are expected to be the other healthy scratches.

Blues forward Ivan Barbashev is coming back into the lineup after being suspended for Game 6. He’ll replace Robert Thomas. St. Louis defenseman Joel Edmundson is replacing Robert Bortuzzo on the third defense pairing.

Tuukka Rask will start in net for the Bruins. He is aiming for his first Stanley Cup title as a starting goalie. He was the backup on the 2011 Bruins team that beat the Vancouver Canucks in Game 7 of the Cup Final. Rookie netminder Jordan Binnington will start for the Blues. A Game 7 win would give Binnington the record for the most victories (16) by a rookie goalie in one playoff run.

You didn’t expect Alex Cora to root against the Boston Bruins, did you?

The Boston Red Sox moved Wednesday’s game against the Texas Rangers up a few hours to accommodate the Bruins, who will take on the St. Louis Blues in Game 7 of the Stanley Cup Final down the street at TD Garden.

Stanley Cup Finals

Stanley Cup Finals 2019: With the series all tied at 3-3, the Blues and Bruins will battle it out in Game 7 at TD Garden for the right to hoist Lord Stanley. Wednesday night marks the 17th Game 7 in Stanley Cup Final history, while the home team is 12-4 in such situations. The schedule for Game 7 of the 2019 Stanley Cup Final on NBC.

This model, which simulates every NHL game 10,000 times, enters Game 7 of the Stanley Cup Finals 2019 on a sizzling 22-10 run on its top-rated money line picks, returning more than $1,300 to $100 players. Anybody who has been following its NHL picks during this run is way up.

Now, the model has dialed in on Game 7 of Bruins vs. Blues. We can tell you it is over, and it also says one side of the money line has all the value. That pick is only available at SportsLine.

The model knows the momentum is back with the Bruins, and now they’re at home where they have the second-best mark (29-9-3) in the NHL behind the Lightning. And on paper, Boston is the favorite for a reason. A big reason is the top line of Patrice Bergeron, Brad Marchand and David Pastrnak, who have accounted for just one goal through six Stanley Cup Finals 2019 games, but had 22 through 17 playoff games prior and could be poised to erupt at home in Game 7.

And they have the best goaltender in these NHL Playoffs 2019, Tuukka Rask. His save percentage in the finals is 92 percent, and he posted a mark of 95.6 in the Eastern Conference Finals. Only six times in 23 playoff games have opponents scored three or more goals, and never more than four.

Just because Boston is back home for the deciding Game 7 doesn’t mean it offers the best value on the Bruins vs. Blues money line on Wednesday against a St. Louis club on the verge of earning its first-ever title in the NHL Playoffs 2019.

The Blues were outplayed in Game 6, but they haven’t lost two in a row since the first week of May. And they still have Ryan O’Reilly, who tallied St. Louis’ lone goal on Sunday and has seven points overall on the second line. He’s been the best skater on the ice this series for either team.

O’Reilly has 21 points, while Jaden Schwarz has 12 goals and a plus/minus of 7, best on the team this postseason. The Blues get Ivan Barbashev (three goals in five finals games) back after serving a one-game suspension for a high hit. And they have rookie goalie phenom Jordan Binnington, who stopped nearly 93 percent of shots faced this year and looks to become the sixth rookie goalie to win a Stanley Cup.