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Video- Mic’d Up During The Stanley Cup Final

Just short of 19 minutes to watch.

 

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Jeremy Jacobs Met With The Media Today

from Rich Thompson of the Boston Herald,

The quality of the officiating in the NHL playoffs is a subject matter with staying power in the offseason.

“I think we’re professional sports and I think we suffer with what all professional sports are trying to get done,” Bruins owner Jeremy Jacobs, who serves on the NHL Board of Governors, said Tuesday at a Garden press conference.

“We are trying to be perfect without interfering with the game. We try and make all the correct judgments and it’s clear we are not there yet. That’s pretty vague but I’m going to stay that way.”

The Bruins were the victims of several dubious calls over the course of four series against the Toronto Maple Leafs, Columbus Blue Jackets, Carolina Hurricanes and St. Louis Blues.

Jacobs addressed the delicate balance of maintaining the integrity of play on the ice without saturating the game with endless video reviews that take away from fan enjoyment.

“I think we will see some real changes and I’m hopeful that we can do it better in a very quick way,” said Jeremy Jacobs. “It is important that this game not be interrupted but at what cost.”

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Video- Slowing Down The Stanley Cup Final

4 1/2 minutes to watch.

 

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Boston Bruins Injury Report

 

Below, Kevan Miller...

added 4:29pm, A recap with additional names below too.

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Video- Best Saves From The Stanley Cup Final

Just under five minutes to watch.

 

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Watching Game 7 Of The Stanley Cup Final

STAMFORD, Conn. – June 13, 2019 – Last night’s 2019 Stanley Cup Final Game 7, in which the St. Louis Blues defeated the Boston Bruins, 4-1, to capture their first-ever Stanley Cup, averaged a Total Audience Delivery (TAD) of nearly 9 million viewers (8.914), making it the most-watched NHL game on record and propelling the seven-game Stanley Cup Final and 2019 Stanley Cup Playoffs to numerous viewership and streaming milestones, according to Fast National data from Nielsen and digital data from Adobe Analytics.

Following are consumption highlights for Game 7, the 2019 Stanley Cup Final, and the 2019 Stanley Cup Playoffs:

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From Both Sides

from Ben Frederickson of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch,

They needed one more moment.

Instead they made a million.

First came the kiss of O’Reilly. Then the Captain beat The Rat. Brayden Schenn got the big one. Zach Sanford, the Blue who grew up cheering the Bruins, delivered the dagger. And the never-nervous kid watched it all, blinking just once, a wink.

And then, the flood.

Snow angels on the blue line. Blues fans begging ushers to stay a little longer. Cold Bud Lights and hot TV mics picking up celebratory curse words. Euphoria, on ice.

Four to one. From worst, to first, to forever. Your St. Louis Blues are champions.

Their names will be engraved into the Stanley Cup, assigned to newborns they will never know, cemented into St. Louis sports lore. Maroon no longer is a color. Kansas City can’t touch our Chief.

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from Dan Shaughnessy of the Boston Globe,

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Videos- Hurting In Boston

from Steve Conroy of the Boston Herald,

This one hurts, and it is going to hurt for a very long time.

Not only did the Bruins players and many others believe they had the best team in this Stanley Cup Final that slipped away from them, it also very well could have been the last best chance for a core of aging greats such as Zdeno Chara, Patrice Bergeron and David Krejci to win that second Cup....

But with their 4-1 loss Wednesday in Game 7 to the St. Louis Blues at the Garden — the first time a Cup Final Game 7 ever had been played in Boston — there was a distinct feeling they let something wonderful, something attainable escape them.

Millions of New England hockey fans — some diehard, some just on board in the last month — may feel let down by the B’s this morning. But no one feels more so than the B’s themselves. When the room opened after the loss, Jake DeBrusk was sitting in his uniform still, holding his head and trying to figure out what just happened. Meeting reporters, Brad Marchand was hoarse after an obvious crying jag he had on the ice. When asked what his homecoming had meant to him, Weymouth’s Charlie Coyle tried to answer before getting choked up and then was mercifully excused by a club media relations member.

It was, understandably, a tough room.

“It’s a heartbreaker,” said Marchand, eyes red with emotion. “It’s tough to describe. They just took our dream, our lifetime dream away from us. Everything we’ve worked for our entire lives, 60 minutes away from that. … You can’t describe it.”

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Below, watch Brad Marchand and Tuukku Rask post-game in the dressing room.

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Videos- Highlights And Handshakes, Game 7 Of The Stanley Cup Final

Highlights first, handshakes below plus the Cup presentation.

 

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Video- HNIC Opening Game 7 SCF

via Sportsnet,

Hockey Night in Canada kicks off to the sounds of "If I Had a Dream" by Elvis Presley, as the St. Louis Blues and Boston Bruins get set to battle in the final game of the season for the Stanley Cup.

 

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