Published: Mon, June 10, 2019
Sport | By Kayla Schwartz

Bruins’ Bruce Cassidy Notes Lone Potential Lineup Change For Game 7

Bruins’ Bruce Cassidy Notes Lone Potential Lineup Change For Game 7

Many members of the Bruins have played in a Game 7 of the Stanley Cup Final before as the team beat the Vancouver Canucks on the road back in 2011. "I thought he was tremendous against Carolina as well and you can go down the line".

The final game of the 7-game series will be held in Boston on Wednesday, but the local paper's botched advertising rollout commemorated "the elation of breaking through and bringing St. Louis its first-ever Stanley Cup", reports ESPN. The Blues lead the Final 3-2 and can win the Stanley Cup for the first time since entering the National Hockey League in 1967 with a victory in Game 6 at Enterprise Center in St. Louis on Sunday (8 p.m. ET; NBC, CBC, SN, TVAS). Does it need to be better?

Brad Marchand, Brandon Carlo, Karson Kuhlman, David Pastrnak and Zdeno Chara scored for the Bruins.

One day after vigorously ripping the officials for an "egregious" missed tripping call on Tyler Bozak kicking out Noel Acciari's legs in a play that directly led to the Blues game-winning goal in Game 5, Bruins bench boss Bruce Cassidy was moving on.

Of note, the NHL Player Safety Department handed down a one-game suspension to forward Ivan Barbashev for an illegal check to the head on Bruins forward Marcus Johansson. He got a lengthy cheer for his introduction, and he went out of the way to deliver the game's first hit, just 15 seconds in, on Brayden Schenn.

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Even though St. Louis was in the Enterprise Center, the venue didn't appear to give it much of an advantage. Both the team and their captain have gone through their fair share of adversity, and both have come out of it better on the other side. It's now the Bruins who have confidence.

"I've been dreaming of this moment for my whole life - to win this trophy", said McAvoy. "And that's all it really is - a dream".

"If you had asked me in February whether I'd take a Game 7 on the road for the Cup, I'd say yes", he said. There's no time to be anxious or to be nervous about this situation. Yes, they have run into a hot goaltender, but the team must generate a lot more scoring opportunities. Eight of those goals (seven power play and one shorthanded) have been scored by the Bruins. But really, it was because of Rask, who was dialled in from the opening faceoff.

Rask has been the biggest star in the game so far and he's the reason the Bruins are just 20 minutes away from forcing a Game 7.

After O'Reilly supplied some hope for St. Louis when he was awarded a goal after a review by the officials, Marchand found Pastrnak in front and the winger put a slick move on Binnington to make it 4-1 on 14:06. Now you can get them at -357 to win the Stanley Cup.

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