Saint Louis Blues drop game one to Sharks 6-3

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More than 10 days separate Game 4 of the Eastern Conference Final in Raleigh and Game 1 of the Stanley Cup Final at TD Garden. Burns passed on a question about Karlsson's health, while coach Peter DeBoer said he had "nothing" to add to the speculation about the defenseman's health.

St. Louis Blues at San Jose Sharks: By the Numbers Each of the last two games were decided by just a single goal after the first two games had at least a two-goal margin of victory.Game 4 was the first of the series to play to the UNDER on the projected total of 5.5. But it's unlikely anybody was prepared for how badly the Sharks would be outmuscled and out-chanced as they fell 5-0 to the Blues in Game 5 of the Western Conference final.

Binnington's story has become an instant legend.

"It's a fast game", Meier said.

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"You got big games coming up and you sit there and dwell on something in the past, it's not going to do you any good", he said. On one shift late in the period, the Blues line of Tyler Bozak, Robert Thomas and Pat Maroon were caught on the ice for well over a minute and couldn't get off as the Sharks continued to cycle the puck through the zone.

With the Stanley Cup Finals expected to start a week from Monday (5/27) in Boston, the Bruins will have an extended layoff which could bode well for the grizzled veteran. The Blues have now scored power play goals in back games after recent struggles on special teams. But it is 10-2 when tied or trailing, including four wins in elimination games sparked by a comeback from 3-1 down in the opening round to the Golden Knights. Jordan Binnington Was the Star of the Game tonight. "The Sharks have been the beneficiary of a few questionable calls throughout the playoffs, which probably only further incensed Blues backers". You sacrifice a lot to win this game. They just made sure to troll the league while doing so.

Absorbing the loss was Martin Jones, who allowed two goals on 22 shot attempts to fall to 10-7 with a 2.84 GAA in the postseason this year and 32-25 with a 2.30 GAA in the postseason in his career. "His arrival coincided with us playing well", Armstrong says.

It was an impressive showing, considering how the Blues had lost the previous game - on a missed hand-pass by Timo Meier that set up Erik Karlsson's game-winning goal, an embarrassing blown call that the National Hockey League has acknowledged its officials missed. It was a 2-1 win for the St. Louis Blues over the San Jose Sharks, without any major controversy! "He's done that maybe four games in the playoffs". We also note that San Jose has now been held to two goals or less six times in the postseason and the previous five times they have gone on to average 4.00 gpg in their next game.