Blues fan tosses beer onto ice amid Bruins' blowout Game 6 victory

St. Louis fans probably don't think its that great because the city was ready to explode Sunday night.

The controversial Irish fighter took in the game at Scottrade Centre, with the Bruins' victory meaning the Stanley Cup would go to a final game for the first time since 2011. Inside, the crowd was loud as ever. But the team has now officially pushed first pitch up three hours to accommodate Game 7 of the Stanley Cup Final.

While the St. Louis players had to deal with family and friends travelling in for a potential celebration, Bergeron and the other Bruins veterans started setting a tone that will continue to be important until puck drop on Wednesday night.

After plenty of pregame hoopla, St. Louis took the ice and looked awesome.

If only they stopped the presses.

Admission is $20 for the general public or $10 for Blues Season Ticket Holders. That's when the game swung.

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The play of Boston Bruins goalie Tuukka Rask is definitely at the top of that list as he continues to put together a postseason effort for the ages.

The Bruins got goals from Karson Kuhlman, Brad Marchand, David Pastrnak, Brandon Carlo and Zdeno Chara in the 5-1 route.

That forces a Game 7 in Boston on Wednesday night, the latest twist in a fascinating series that has mostly favored road teams. Boston's most recent championship.

Game 6 of the Stanley Cup Final is Sunday at 8 p.m. ET at the Enterprise Center in St. Louis.

"It was an element of what the dream is: Growing up, every one of us shares the same dream and kind of just bringing us all to a point where we can all be on the same field". The Blues were struggling and with Pietrangelo one year away from unrestricted free agency with a manageable $6.5-million cap hit, the theory was that the Blues could have received a good bounty for him at the deadline, particularly since the team getting him would also have him under contract through next season. The rookie hadn't played since April 30, but immediately injected energy on the David Krejci line, and scored a goal to boot. The Bruins improved to 13-3 when they score first in the playoffs.

Rask finished with 28 saves. This play encapsulates both. It was initially believed to be a save but replay confirmed the puck crossed the goal line to give St. Louis some life.

  • Lawrence Cooper