Published: Fri, June 07, 2019
Sport | By Kayla Schwartz

Zdeno Chara participates in morning skate with Bruins

Zdeno Chara participates in morning skate with Bruins

"We've had quite the season so far".

Following the game, Acciari said he did not get an explanation on the no-call.

The team captain suffered a gruesome facial injury in a 4-2 Game 4 Stanley Cup Final loss to the St. Louis Blues. It was the first time in the series a team has won two in a row.

As play continued, Perron's centering pass hit defenseman Torey Krug's stick and slid right back to him, opening up a gap that allowed him to score as Boston goalie Tuukka Rask had moved over in anticipation of the pass finding its target. "Tough pill to swallow".

Boston lost both games to St. Louis when being forced to play with five defensemen, when Matt Grzelcyk was injured in Game 2, and Chara in Game 4. When things went bad later, the crowd tried to spur the team on with chants of "Chara!" Driving around the back of the net 55 seconds into the period, the 24-year-old forward weaved a lovely backhanded pass through his legs to Ryan O'Reilly, who did the rest to work around Tuukka Rask and put St. Louis up 1-0.

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'The series is tied 2-2.

Blues forward Ryan O'Reilly had opened the scoring 55 seconds into the second period when he flipped a backhand into the top right corner after receiving a nifty between-the-legs pass from behind the Boston net by Zach Sanford.

In case you missed it, David Perron notched a controversial victor seconds after Tyler Bozak blatantly tripped Noel Acciari and got away with it during the third period. Seconds later, David Perron slipped the puck past Rask for the Blues' second goal. The fans responded with a vulgar chant and a shower of rally towels; the public address announcer eventually asked them to stop.

The Bruins controlled play in the first period, outshooting the Blues 17-8.

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