Carl Gunnarsson’s first career playoff goal gave the Blues a 3-2 overtime win at TD Garden, tying the series at a game apiece.
While this certainly isn’t a must win for St. Louis by any means, the Blues need a victory in at least one of these next two home games to stay in the series, in my opinion.
After falling behind two games to one to the Columbus Blue Jackets, the Bruins reeled off eight straight wins before Wednesday night’s loss, so they haven’t faced much adversity as of late.
A loss tonight could put some doubt in the mind of the team, while a win would quickly right the ship and leave them just two victories away from hoisting the Cup.
Boston Bruins vs. St. Louis Blues 8 p.m. NBCSN (Series tied 1-1)
Jack Hughes stands out as the top prospect for this year’s draft in Vancouver. (Sportsnet)
Tanner Fritz is returning to the New York Islanders for two more season, His new deal is one-way for next season and two-way for 2020-21. The Islanders also signed promising forward Arnaud Durandeau to an entry-level contract (Lighthouse Hockey)
KHLer Andrei Chibisov signed a one-year entry-level contract with the Jets according to CapFriendly.
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