St. Louis Blues win for the first time in the history of Stanley Cup

The hockey team is the St. Louis Blues for the first time the Stanley Cup was won. In the seventh and deciding game of the NHL final and won the away team Wednesday night (local time), with a 4-1 to Boston Bruins.

The Bruins, who won the Stanley Cup in 2011, has started well in the competition. At the proportion, and the names of the Pcs. Louis Blues to a 2-0 lead in the first period.

In the third period, were the guests out to a 4-0 lead, and then Matt Grzelcyk some terugdeed for the home team. Boston came on 33 attempts in the contest, compared to just two for the Blues.

With 32 saves, had the Canadian Blues goalie Jordan Binnington also play a major role in the victory for the team from Missouri. In game three of the finals, it was the only 25-year-old goalie with a 7-2 defeat have changed.

Coach Criag Berube to the Stanley Cup. (Photo: Pro-Shots)

O’reilly’s MVP of the play-offs

Another Canadian, Ryan O’reilly opened the scoring. O’reilly did in the last four matches still to score a goal. It was after the most valuable player of the play-offs have been declared.

The Blues have a remarkable season. In november, coach Mike Yeo fired, and in January it was the team’s still at the bottom. New coach Craig Berube led to the team to thirty wins in 49 matches will still go to the play-offs.

In the best-of-the-sevenserie by both sides are often hard play. Brown-captain Zdeno Chara suffered a fractured jaw and two of the players on the Blues were geschort after the breaches at the head of an opponent.

With the team out of St. Louis had 51 seasons of waiting for the national championships, the most of any teams in the history of the NHL. The new champion was back in 1968, 1969 and 1970 and also in the NHL finals, but lost with 4-0.

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