Blues Hold on For Dear Life in Game 5 Win over Bruins - Pro Sports Fandom
The Stanley Cup Finals between the St. Louis Blues and the Boston Bruins was tied at two games a piece entering a crucial Game 5 in Boston. There was a critical moment in the game where St. Louis had a 1-0 lead in the third-period. Tyler Bozak tripped up one of Boston’s players and Bozak was looking for a penalty to be called but the referees never called it. Because of it, David Perron scored a goal with 9:24 remaining in regulation and because of it, the Blues won Game 5, 3-2. There should have been a penalty called but it never happened. Jake DeBrusk was able to cut the deficit to one goal for the Bruins with 6:28 remaining in regulation. Boston was buzzing to score at the end of the game, but Jordan Binnington kept on denying them. He finished the game with 38 saves for St. Louis. Tuukka Rask only had 19 saves for the Boston Bruins, but it felt like he had more because Rask constantly kept bailing his teammates out and giving them a chance to keep them in the game and potentially win it. The other goal that was scored in this game was [...]