Stanley Cup Final : Blues pull one back again, hand Bruins 4-2 defeat to make it 2-2

Ryan O’Reilly helped smash Bruins and critics laughing on their Game 3 performance by defeating Bruins by 4-2 at game 4 of Stanley Cup final on Monday. Ryan O’Reilly scored twice in the match, his second made the way 1 up in the 3rd round.

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The game wasn’t a one-sided one, unlike the last game. It had all the ingredients of a thriller until Blues held their nerve till the end to a comfortable scoreline.

O’Reilly storms back to form in Stanley Cup Final

O’Reilly ended an eight-game drought by finally scoring and scoring twice in the game. He struck early with just 43 seconds into the game. Later he helped snatch the lead by scoring in the third round.

Stanley Cup Final : Blues pull one back again, hand Bruins 4-2 defeat to make it 2-2
O’Reilly cam storming back to form with 2 goals. Image: Gettyimages

It could also be called a game of goalies with Boston’s Tuukka Rask matching Blues’ Jordan Binnington in saving astonishing shots.

Vladimir Tarasenki also scored a goal on the night for the Blues. But Binnington was as impressive as any. He came strongly after being pulled the first time in his career last game to make 21 saves.

On the other hand, Rask was no less impressive conceding just 3 of 37 shots but Bruins couldn’t build as many scoring opportunities.

Zdeno Chara leaves bloodied

Boston Captain had to pull out after a puck to his mouth left him bloodied. Boston was further dampened after that. Charlie Coyle maintained his good run of form scoring for 3rd consecutive time and Carlo also added one. But after Zdeno’s injury, they went to 5 defensemen again and it was all worn out.

Game 5 would again not be for the weak hearted as the Finals continue to impress. Game 5 would be played in Boston on Thursday night.

Gane 3 saw O’Reilly struggling to make an impact and making mistakes. He performed a quick turnaround helping his teams fortunes and hit more than one goal for the first time since November. O’Reilly’s both goals came on a rebound.

Poor Rask came between a brilliant onslaught of rebound by the Blues. Brayden Schenn put the final nail by scoring 1:29 before to leave the fans relaxed. But they didn’t relax and were ecstatic for the Blues first home victory ever in the Stanley Cup Final. Check for more exciting updates.