Stanley Cup final: Bruins rise to lead the Blues

At the end of Game 1, The Blues stopped at the position of the losing party. Then, in the next game, Blues entered the series with more effort and determination.

Despite many efforts, when the whistle of the match against Bruins ended Game 3, Bruins soon overcame the Blues and took the lead in the series with a score of 2-1.

Bruins’ top stars are back to play, which is really great news for them. Bruins had a nice return performance after a few difficult games at the start. Patrice Bergeron, Brad Marchand and David Pastrnak are sure to deliver great performances. But Patrice Bergeron, who is being considered should join this game because he is having some concerns about health status. In addition, Bruins has powerful players in the Stanley Cup Final such as Marcus Johansson and Charlie Coyle, Noel Acciari, Johansson and Sean Kuraly – who have four goals after this game and are becoming a national hero during playoff match.

Blues fans are accustomed to disappointment, but this must still be a disappointing performance of all time when franchising. After waiting for 49 years to host the Stanley Cup FInal match, the Blues have nothing but disappointment on Saturday night. St. Louis was more like an inexperienced team at some point in this series. Even the two goals the Blues scored did not satisfy the viewers.

The big question is whether the current Blues really are an inexperienced team or the absence of talented people? The Blues squad lacked Oskar Sundqvist, as he was given a one-match suspension. Although the past is not very heroic, the Blues are considered a team that has proven to be quite resilient and they will have the opportunity to recover even once again at home in Game 4.