We're sorry to have to remind you of this, but Boston sports teams win an very bad lot. Tarasenko in particular broke out against the Sharks, collecting eight points in the series after being limited to five through the first two rounds, while the consistently snakebitten Schenn scored a massive goal in Tuesday's elimination contest, while Ryan O'Reilly chipped in with three assists.
This wonderful run will culminate in the Stanley Cup Final.
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The scene of Orr's celebration of his Cup-winning goal came 40 seconds into overtime of Game 4, when he gave the Bruins a sweep over the Blues. The victory sent the Blues to the Stanley Cup Final, where they will meet the Boston Bruins.
The Blues, spurred on by "Gloria" and the play of rookie netminder Jordan Binnington, won 29 of 43 games to finish third in the Central Division and have made sure their fans get to hear their new jam in the postseason, racking up 12 wins while taking down the Winnipeg Jets, Dallas Stars and Sharks.
It looks like Boston is getting the better team out of the West; the Blues were listed as +150 underdogs to win the Cup entering Monday's Game 6, while the Sharks were pegged at a distant +700. In St. Louis' 5-0 win in Game 5 on Sunday, he joined Brian Elliott (2016) as the second goalie in franchise history in the last 15 years to record a shutout in the playoffs.