Blues defeat Bruins in Game 4, even Stanley Cup Final


After a 7-2 beat down in Game 3, the St. Louis Blues put together one heck of a bounce-back effort to deliver the city of St. Louis their first ever Stanley Cup Final victory in Game 4, by a score of 4-2.

Ryan O’Reilly the clubs most contestant player in the regular season played a starring role in making sure this Stanley Cup Final series was even at the end of the night.

O’Reilly ended an eight-game goal drought dating to Game 1 of the Western Conference Final against the San Jose Sharks on May 11. He had one goal in 17 Stanley Cup Playoff games since April 20. His two goals tonight were exactly what the doctor ordered.

Ryan O’Reilly’s teams are 11-0-1 all-time when he scores 2 goals in a game (reg. season or playoffs)

Vladimir Tarasenko and Brayden Schenn and scored for the Blues’ in the contest. They say, your best players have to be your best players to win. They certainly were tonight.

Charlie Coyle and Brandon Carlo scored for the Bruins, who had a five-game road winning streak end. 

This was the biggest win in St. Louis Blues history!

Game 5 is at T.D. Garden on Thursday.