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Sport6 defining moments of Blues' Stanley Cup run

07:40  13 june  2019
07:40  13 june  2019 Source:   thescore.com

Blues beat Bruins in OT, Stanley Cup tied 1-1

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Game 6 of the 2019 Stanley Cup Final between the Boston Bruins and St. Louis Blues , on June 9, 2019.

Stanley Cup Final: St. Louis Blues forward Tyler Bozak, who wasn't called for a trip on the Boston Bruins' Noel Acciari, celebrates a goal by David "Our play should define us, not a call. It will be part of the message." Knowing what it's like to bounce back from feeling as if they were cheated out of a

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After 52 long years, the St. Louis Blues are finally Stanley Cup champions. There is no easy path to a championship, as every title run is filled with ups and downs.

From controversial calls to overtime thrillers, here are the six moments that defined the Blues' magical Stanley Cup run.

Game 5 vs. Jets: 3rd-period takeover

After stealing both road games to take a 2-0 series edge in the first round, the Blues dropped both contests in their own building and faced a 2-0 deficit heading into the third period of Game 5 back in Winnipeg. The Jets seemed to have finally found their groove and the Blues looked as though they'd be heading home facing elimination.

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The Stanley Cup Final between the Bruins and Blues has been pretty wacky and unpredictable through six games, so it's tough to A frustrating loss that will forever stand out to the Bruins faithful during this run came in Game 5 of the Cup Final. With the series tied 2-2 and the Bruins trailing by

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Ryan O'Reilly cut the lead in half just minutes into the third frame and Brayden Schenn tied the contest with 6:08 remaining. Then, with the Blues pressing in the final moments, Jaden Schwartz got his stick on a centering pass from Tyler Bozak to put the Blues ahead with 15 seconds to play. St. Louis ended the series two nights later in Game 6.

Game 7 vs. Stars: Hometown hero

This moment goes down as one of the most memorable and exciting endings to a postseason game in recent memory. Game 7, double overtime, and an unlikely hometown hero in Pat Maroon storming through the crease to bang in the goal that eliminated the Dallas Stars and lifted the Blues to the Conference Final.

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St. Louis paper accidentally says Blues won Stanley Cup A St Louis newspaper accidentally published several pieces which anointed the Blues Stanley Cup champions. For terrified Blues fans potentially on the verge of something special for the first time in their lives, each page here stings worse than the last. Looks like @stltoday messed up or something... pic.twitter.com/o7DLo9bMP4— Rob Heaton (@robheaton) June 9, 2019 Nothing to see here! Nothing at all! I'm sure that these were meant to be put on hold and then published if/when the Blues actually close out the series against the Bruins, but it's a pretty tough look nonetheless.

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Maroon shared a special postgame moment with his son, Anthony, and celebrated the victory with family and friends in the city where he grew up.

Game 4 vs. Sharks: Punching right back

After blowing the lead with a minute to play in Game 3, a missed hand pass led directly to the Sharks scoring the overtime winner, and the Blues faced a 2-1 series deficit while lacking home-ice advantage. Most teams would have crumbled when faced with such adversity, but not these Blues.

Just 35 seconds into Game 4, Ivan Barbashev provided a much-needed response with his first goal of the postseason. The Blues wouldn't trail for the rest of the series and eliminated the Sharks with three consecutive victories to advance to their first Stanley Cup Final since 1970.

Game 2 of Stanley Cup Final: Gunnarsson calls his shot

This contest headed to overtime with the Blues in danger of falling behind 2-0 in the series. During an intermission bathroom break, Carl Gunnarsson, who rattled one off the post in the final seconds of regulation, told head coach Craig Berube that he needed just "one more chance."

He delivered on his word only 3:51 into overtime, as Gunnarsson hammered a point shot past Bruins netminder Tuukka Rask for his first career postseason goal to tie the series at one as it moved back to St. Louis. That exchange between Gunnarsson and Berube has already been etched into St. Louis sports lore.

Game 5 of Stanley Cup Final: Blues catch a break

After surviving the hand pass against the Sharks, the Blues had karma swing back around in their favor in Game 5 of the Cup Final. With just under 10 minutes to play, Bozak appeared to get away with a trip on Bruins forward Noel Acciari, which led directly to David Perron's game-winning goal.

Blues fan Scott Berry turned $400 Stanley Cup bet into $100K

Blues fan Scott Berry turned $400 Stanley Cup bet into $100K The happiest non-member of the St. Louis Blues over the team’s first Stanley Cup championship in franchise history might very well be Scott Berry. Berry is a Blues fan who wagered $400 on the Blues to win the Stanley Cup back in January when the team had 250:1 odds to win it all. Thanks to the long odds, that $400 turned into $100,000 when the Blues beat the Boston Bruins in Game 7. He put $400 on the @StLouisBlues to win it all back in January, tonight that ticket could pay off to the tune of $100,000. Living and during with each second…Scott Berry, is what’s you’d call, a believer. #StanleyCuppic.twitter.

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Game 7 of Stanley Cup Final: Binnington's signature moment

With the Blues up 2-0 in the third period and the Bruins hounding to get on the board, Joakim Nordstrom found himself alone in front of goal with all the time in the world. The 27-year-old forward pulled to his forehand only to be met by a sprawling Binnington, who kicked out his right pad to make the save of his life.

Vladimir Tarasenko went the other way just moments later to make it 3-0 and seal the Blues' first-ever Stanley Cup championship.

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Fans shrug off rain to honor Stanley Cup champion Blues.
ST. LOUIS (AP) Large crowds are gathering in downtown St. Louis despite heavy rain, awaiting a parade and rally to honor the Stanley Cup champion St. Louis Blues. The Blues beat the Boston Bruins 4-1 Wednesday in Game 7 to win their first championship. The Blues joined the NHL as an expansion team in 1967 and made it to the Stanley Cup Final in each of the team's first three seasons, without winning a game. The team hadn't been back until this year. Fans began lining the streets hours before the parade, despite the rain. The parade will travel down Market Street to the Gateway Arch for a rally. The last time St.

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