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SportStanley Cup Final Game 7 predictions: Will Bruins or Blues win it all?

20:35  12 june  2019
20:35  12 june  2019 Source:   usatoday.com

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The Bruins , showing once again that you should never count them out take Game 6 in St. Louis 5-1 to force a Game 7 in the 2019 Stanley Cup Finals . Or can the Blues shock the world by winning their first cup in Boston? Well, this is the final NHL prediction for the 2019 Stanley Cup Finals . The next one will be 100 subscribers and 10,000 views then so on and so 4th. Well that's all I have to say

Coach Bruce Cassidy said he thought it would be easier for the Bruins to regroup because they, at least, had a chance to tie the score After all, the last Game 7 in the Cup finals came eight years ago, and as the photograph shows, the Bruins knew how to win then, and they surely know how to win now.

BOSTON — A Stanley Cup Final Game 7 is an uncommon occurrence. We’ve only seen two since 2007.

But one of the games involved the Boston Bruins in 2011, and a handful of players in that game will also play Wednesday for the Bruins against the St. Louis Blues in a Stanley Cup Final Game 7 (8 p.m ET, NBC).

“I think it’s a great place for our younger guys to lean on those older guys,” Bruins coach Bruce Cassidy said.

Current Bruins Patrice Bergeron, Brad Marchand, David Krejci, Zdeno Chara and Tuukka Rask were on the 2011 Bruins when they beat the Vancouver Canucks 4-0 in Game 7.

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Last Stanley Cup final Game 7 came in 2011. Tuukka Rask made 28 saves, Brad Marchand had a goal and an assist, and the Boston Bruins beat the St Louis Blues 5-1 on Sunday night to even the bruising, physical “He just steps up when it matters and we have all the faith in the world in him

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“We’re lucky to have them,” Bruins forward Sean Kuraly said. “You look to them and can feel comfort in that, follow in their footsteps and know you’re walking in the right direction.”

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That should be an advantage for the Bruins, but no one is forgetting the Blues have already won two games on Boston ice in this series. Plus, they’ve been a resilient bunch in the postseason.

Before the Final, every member of USA TODAY Sports’ panel picked the Bruins to win. Now that we have a Game 7, will we all stick with the Bruins?

Kevin Allen, Bruins 3, Blues 1:  Home ice advantage. Big-game experience. Hot goalie. Dangerous power play. The Bruins have too many factors going for them. They are confident after going into St. Louis and beating the Blues 5-1 to force a Game 7. The Bruins’ trademark this season has the been the consistency of their effort.

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The Boston Bruins will host the St. Louis Blues in Game 7 of the Stanley Cup Finals Wednesday at TD Garden. Going into the game , the big question for fans in Beantown concerns the naming of the banner captain. Should the Bruins win Game 7 , it will complete a triple crown of titles for Boston.

If the Bruins win the Cup , the pair assume Chara will hand the trophy first to Patrice Bergeron. The 2013 Red Sox and the 2008 Celtics won it all at home, but it was not a Game 7 . It was not as high-stakes as possible. Wednesday night’s final showdown between the Bruins and Blues will be.

Jimmy Hascup, Bruins 4, Blues 2: Tuukka Rask and his .938 playoff save percentage on home ice against a rookie netminder? A top line that reawakened with four points in Game 6? A future Hall of Fame defenseman (Zdeno Chara) logging shutdown minutes like he's in his prime? Yeah, give me Boston to finish this off.

Mike Brehm, Bruins 3, Blues 1: Would love to see a Bruins defenseman score in overtime, go flying through the air and get a statue outside TD Garden. But Boston should get this done in regulation. Blues goalie Jordan Binnington, who rebounds well after a loss, will keep the game tight, but Tuukka Rask's strong play and the Bruins' experience should win out and Boston will get an empty-netter to make the difference.

Jace Evans, Bruins 3, Blues 0: Tuukka Rask has been unfairly maligned by a segment of the Boston fanbase for years. But a shutout in Game 7 of a Stanley Cup Final – which predecessor Tim Thomas accomplished in 2011 – that would come with the Conn Smythe Trophy would be a good way for the winningest goalie in Bruins history to cement his legacy. A shutout would also be impressive based on the Blues' road dominance: they're 9-3 away from Enterprise Center these playoffs, and they have already won two games in Boston this series.

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The Stanley Cup Final is heading to Game 7 because two of Boston's biggest stars love the biggest moments. Rask made 28 saves, Marchand had a goal and an assist, and the Bruins beat the St. Louis Blues 5-1 on Sunday night to even the bruising, physical final at three games apiece.

Stanley Cup Final | Bruins vs. Blues . Stanley Cup 's not at stake, but if you don't win [that game ], you have no chance at [the Cup ]. " It 's the most exciting game in all of our lives and I think whoever maintains their composure and discipline within their system, how they play and how they There are some differences between the past Game 7 s and the one the Bruins are approaching Wednesday.

This article originally appeared on USA TODAY: Stanley Cup Final Game 7 predictions: Will Bruins or Blues win it all?

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