In this unbelievable run of championships and near misses since 2002, it's never happened - win or lose -until now.
UFC legend Conor McGregor had a ton of fun celebrating an overtime win by the Boston Bruins at TD Garden during the regular season, and he again showed his support for the B's with a tweet during Sunday night's Game 6 of the Stanley Cup Final.
- Bruins coach Bruce Cassidy.
While the St. Louis players had to deal with family and friends travelling in for a potential celebration, Bergeron and the other Bruins veterans started setting a tone that will continue to be important until puck drop on Wednesday night. The team is 0-for-5 in the last two games.
In Parayko's ninth entry, he talks about his childhood dreams of winning the Cup and what it's like being one win away from doing it for real.
It seems the Bruins offence has dried up in the last two games. The Blues are 9-8. "We were all a little kid once and we all wanted this, and I think it was just an element of savoring this moment and not letting it end tonight".
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Windy and cooler, scattered showers and storms too
The BBC reports that Thursday will also see heavy rain push into Scotland with the south still affected by showers. Although Monday's forecast is largely for overcast cloud, by Tuesday heavy rain is thought to be setting in.
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"It was an element of what the dream is: Growing up, every one of us shares the same dream and kind of just bringing us all to a point where we can all be on the same field". In the last 12 months, Pietrangelo has become a father, was part of a team that was the worst in the National Hockey League halfway through the season, dealt with speculation surrounding his long-term future in St. Louis and, finally, led his team through its remarkable playoff run. "Now you're going home".
When I was growing up in St. Albert, Alberta, I pretended I was playing for the Stanley Cup lots of times. Someone is winning it.
You knew this was coming. "Take care of your immediate family", he continued. Who's to say the Blues would be where they are now if they hadn't gone though those trials at the beginning of the season? "That's what Bergy and Zee and Krejc and guys that have been there are valuable to get that message out". Now, it will likely face a harsh environment on the road in Game 7.
"We weathered the storm pretty good", Rask said. "We've won twice up there in this series, so we're a confident group".
His players echoed his comments. We had a travel day and I got to spend some time with my family yesterday. We're thankful. We're blessed with a chance to play in Game 7 now. We didn't score. Rask made some good saves. "Would've been nice to finish it out tonight, but regroup and get ready". "I had missed a few opportunities earlier in the game in net drive, but I saw a little sliver on the far side, so I made a decision to put it on net". "It's going to be the best game of our life".