The Blues went over 15 minutes without a shot before O'Reilly solved the red-hot Tuukka Rask.
St. Louis goalie Jordan Binnington was waiting patiently, as National Hockey League rookies learn to do, while the Stanley Cup was passed from teammate to teammate across the recently conquered ice of the new Boston Garden.
Laila Anderson has been with the St. Louis Blues every bit of the way during their run to the Stanley Cup, so of course she'd be on hand to celebrate when the team lifted the trophy for the first time ever Wednesday.
St. Louis can stop singing the blues. Following an uneventful second period, Brayden Schenn and Zach Sanford added insurance goals in the third.
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Team-mate and defending Tour de France champion Geraint Thomas tweeted: "Such c*** news". The Tour de France won't be the same without him.
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The alleged coordinator of the attack was also among those in custody, said Dominican National Police Maj. Bautista said Ortiz's attempted killers took a payment of 400,000 Dominican pesos, or around $7,800.
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According to Marks, he spoke to three different teams, all of whom said they wouldn't hesitate to still sign Durant. Durant now has a player option for the 2019-20 season valued at $31.5 million.
"Goals are scored, no lead is safe, ' said rookie goaltender Jordan Binnington, a big part of making sure Blues" leads were safe.
After realizing the hiccup, the Conn Smythe victor - awarded to the playoff MVP - immediately and needlessly apologized to the Canadian broadcast team.
The Bruins, who had never before hosted a Game Seven of a Stanley Cup Final, made a solid start and created all sorts of pressure but it was the Blues who jumped out to an early 2-0 lead despite being outshot 12-4 in the opening frame.
"It should be fun", Red Sox manager Alex Cora said. "It would wonderful to have three trophies here in the city at the same time". Interim Head Coach Craig Berube now joins six others who won a Stanley Cup with an interim tag.