Bruins Lament Missed Opportunity In Humbling 3-2 Loss


Fans can watch the game online for free via a trial of fuboTV. Thankfully the Bruins were able to figure things out and ended up winning Game 1. In the final minute, Boston's David Pastrnak had a chance off a faceoff, but Binnington turned it away. It's fair to question if the Blues will get a similar opportunity in this contest.

This is the first time in franchise history that Boston has overcome a multi goal deficit to win a Stanley Cup Final game.

Torey Krug flew down the ice with his helmet off, like his big, bad predecessors on the Boston defense from the days of Eddie Shore and Bobby Orr.

Before the series shifts to St. Louis for Game 3 on Saturday night, let's get into some takeaways from Game 2. "Hopefully it gave the guys a boost on the bench". Charlie McAvoy scored an unassisted goal on the power play later in the second to tie it at 2-2.

As expected, Game 2 brought a quicker start than the series opener.

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Forty-nine years after Bobby Orr flew through the air to beat the Blues for the 1970 National Hockey League title, the Bruins got goals from defensemen Connor Clifton and Charlie McAvoy. They've been on the ice for three of St. Louis's four goals at five-on-five. And it's not like Tuukka Rask had to make many challenging saves before the third period. But it was Boston which was struggling with a long layoff - at least early on.

At one point in the postseason, the Boston Bruins were trailing the Columbus Blue Jackets two games to one in their 2nd round series. They haven't been on the wrong end of a series since they were down, 2-1, to Columbus on April 30. Bruins coach Bruce Cassidy had no additional update on Grzelcyk's condition after the game. With the game going to overtime - and the Bruins getting subsequently dominated - it's fair to say that hurt them quite a bit. "We'll see. We'll see how he does". "It's one game. That's the way we look at it. We can't be playing like that". I think a lot of people have counted us out at a lot of different times. The Blues looked like the better team for most of the night but were especially dominant in overtime before Carl Gunnarsson put home the victor from the point less than four minutes into the extra frame.

"They were the better team", Rask said. The Blues have needed fortuitous bounces and mistakes by the Bruins to score.

It was still tied five minutes into the third when Noel Acciari, on Binnington's left, made a spin move and swept the puck across the crease to Kuraly.

St. Louis head coach Craig Berube speaks to the media following Game 1 on Monday night.