First Period - Nothing to see here.
Second Period - See Period one. Also, not shitty in the fact they didn’t completely fold like lawn chair.
Third Period - After 40 minutes of going through the motions, the Blues finally got on the board. A minute and 25 seconds in, Tyler Bozak scored. Jaden Schwartz back handed a pass to Bozak. He skated in on goal and backhanded a shot past Kings goaltender Calvin Petersen.
Surely, the Blues are gonna coast the rest of the period and head home right with the W right? If you answered yes...where have you been all year? Of course the Blues were gonna give up a game tying goal. Alex Iafallo connected on a one timer to beat Jordan Binnington.
Justin Faulk sends everyone er, Blues fans to bed happy as he scored less than a minute into OT.
The Blues come home for their last two games before the playoffs Wednesday night.
Games of the Tweets.
Steve Santitni has been serviceable when he’s been in the line up. That and this game meant about as much as...well nothing really.
Berube says Mikkola has an upper-body injury and he's day-to-day. That's why Santini was called up on emergency. #stlblues— Jeremy Rutherford (@jprutherford) May 11, 2021
Goal scorer Tyler Bozak postgame.
Bozak says tonight's #stlblues win was a momentum builder: "The successful teams in the playoffs are the ones that come in when they're playing well. That's a big win for us tonight, and we're going to have to take this confidence and move it into next game." pic.twitter.com/ynp9aPq5JF— Bally Sports Midwest (@BallySportsMW) May 11, 2021
Nailed it. Bright Spots were the power play (even though they didn’t net one, they had some great movement) Binnington. Dakota Joshua.
Berube on if he liked the style of the #stlblues game tonight: "No. ... There was not a lot of emotion in the game. It is what it is. ... It's kind of a meaningless game, no emotion. I thought we had a good first period though. We moved the puck really well." #stlblues— Lou Korac (@lkorac10) May 11, 2021