NHL Odds Bruins vs Blues Game 6 Sunday

Friday, June 7th, 2019

By Rock Westfall
NHL Odds Bruins vs Blues Game 6 Sunday

At the beginning of the Stanley Cup Final the Boston Bruins were a decided favorite against the St. Louis Blues. Boston had the reputation of being a dominant team that has vastly more playoff experience than the Blues. St. Louis entered the series as something of a Cinderella team. In fact, the Blues were a worst to first story as a team that had the worst record in the NHL on January 3 only to be rallied by a rookie goaltender to end up in the Stanley Cup Final. In fact, St. Louis needs only one more win to hoist hockey’s Holy Grail. History can be made in the Gateway City Sunday night!

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Stanley Cup Final Game 6 Boston Bruins vs. St. Louis Blues

Date and Time: Sunday, June 9, 2019, 8 p.m. ET

Location: Enterprise Center, St. Louis, Missouri

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Bruins vs. Blues TV Coverage: NBC

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2019 Stanley Cup Final Update

If the Blues win game six Sunday night they will clinch and end the series as Stanley Cup champions. Should the Bruins win the sixth game the series will return to Boston for a seventh, final, and deciding game Wednesday night at TD Garden.

Binnington Stands Up to Boston Barrage

Namely St. Louis rookie goaltender Jordan Binnington is the reason for this potential Stanley Cup season of the Blues. Binnington was at his best as the ultimate difference maker in game five. He stopped 38 out of 39 shots and was clutch at end of the game against a furious Bruins rally. Boston was already upset about some missed officiating calls and Binnington only added to their frustration with his incredible performance.

Boston Loses Composure

St. Louis got what turned out to be the game winning goal right after a missed tripping call that should have gone against them. Boston Bruins president Cam Neely went nuclear in the team sky suite and hurled a water bottle as the crowd littered the ice with debris. Sure, the call was missed but that doesn’t take away from the fact that the Blues have taken the Bruins out of their game.

Berube Schools Cassidy

Craig Berube took over as interim head coach of the Blues in November and needed a few weeks to get things pointed in the right direction. The Blues had the worst record in the NHL on January 3. Since then Berube has completely flipped the script. His coaching effectiveness has been quite apparent in this series. Boston’s top players have gone missing in action for various long periods of time. Berube may still carry the interim tag but he has been the better coach so far.

Goaltending Analysis

Tuukka Rask has been the best player on the Bruins so far in the playoffs. His save percentage in post season is .937 with a 1.97 goals against average. However, in the fifth game he was outplayed by Binnington. Rask allowed two goals in 21 shots.

By contrast Binnington has been strong in the last two games after getting pulled in game three. He has allowed only three goals on 62 shots in those two wins.

Bruins vs. Blues Free Picks

The pressure will be thick and heavy for this game in St. Louis. The Blues will be trying to clinch their first ever Stanley Cup championship in front of their long-suffering fans that will have all day to “prepare” for the game. Boston is facing elimination with a loss here.

Bruins vs. Blues Free Pick: Bet the St. Louis Blues

Bruins vs. Blues Score Prediction: Blues 3, Bruins 1

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