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Blues fans pack the Enterprise Center’s team store for Stanley Cup merchandise

Blues fans pack the Enterprise Center’s team store for Stanley Cup merchandise

The Blues downed the Bruins 4-1 in Game 7 of the finals Wednesday night in Boston before boarding a plane and flying back to St. Louis. St. Louis tacked on an insurance goal in the final five minutes with a goal from Zach Sanford.

How does this affect how Rask will be viewed in Boston moving forward? When the final buzzer sounded, fans in St. Louis and elsewhere erupted in a long-awaited celebration, as the Blues mobbed their goaltender on the ice in Boston.

NHL Commissioner Gary Bettman presents St. Louis Blues' Ryan O'Reilly with the Conn Smythe trophy.

It set a Blues franchise record for most points in a single postseason.

If you're the Bruins, there isn't a whole lot you can say about Game 7.

The Blues went ahead at the end of the first period on goals from O'Reilly and Pietrangelo about three minutes apart.

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Rask made 16 saves - the first time his save percentage was below 90 per cent in a game the entire post-season.

So much for that whole "City of Champions" thing, right?

What do you think about the St. Louis Blues winning and the leadership of Craig Berube? The goal came a little bit too late to matter other than to break up Binnington's shutout. They even showed 2004 World Series star Curt Schilling on the Jumbotron flashing his championship ring. First chance to celebrate for one of the league's most consistently committed fan bases.

Had Marchand simply stayed on the ice for the last 10 seconds of the period, he likely would've been able to cover Pietrangelo. They are packing the place to buy items unsealed after the team earned their first trophy.

Craig Berube's club had a.405 winning percentage almost halfway (38 games) through its season but rallied to finish third in the Western Conference to secure a spot in the Stanley Cup Playoffs, where all bets are off. "I've been waiting a long time, and I'm pretty honoured that he gave it to me".