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This is it! Game seven. One team will progress one staff will call it annually. There’s nothing better at hockey’s game . The Blues pulled off a great attempt in Dallas to drive this show into the decider… do they have enough to win it on ice?
Stars vs. Blues Stanley Cup Playoffs Betting Diagnosis The Stars saw their two-game winning streak from the Blues come to an end Sunday afternoon, but dating back to the regular season, they’ve taken seven of the past 11 games against them.
The Stars are 4-1 in their last five games in St. Louis and this has been a street team kind match-up overall, with the visitors moving 4-1 in the last five games.
Traditionally, these two teams have been below teams (the total) heads up against one another, but at the previous six matches, the above is 3-1-2. However, in the past six meetings between both of these groups in St. Louis, the under has been an impressive 4-1-1.
Dallas Stars
The Stars allow a large opportunity slip through their hands with a 4-1 home loss in game six. Now they will need to go to St. Louis to punch their ticket to the conference finals. There’s good news, however, since Dallas is 4-2 in six road games this post year.
Goaltender Ben Bishop allowed four goals on 20 shots from the game six reduction in Dallas. He was pulled not because of terrible play, but more of a precaution. Earlier in the match Bishop took a shot from Colton Parayko that caught him. Head Coach Jim Montgomery was very confident that Bishop will be ready for game seven.
Of note, the Stars are 2-3 in game seven’s because the franchise moved to Dallas.
St. Louis Blues
By winning in Dallas Sunday afternoon as they forced a game seven with the 22, the Blues continue to be the road warriors to the 2019 post . The Blues are 5-1 on the road this short year, which is a record. The only problem is, this sport is really on home ice where the group is 2-4 in six home playoff games this season.
The Blues will need to set the tone as they did in game six, scoring 63 seconds.
Jaden Schwartz has been some have the post of a life-time as he netted his eighth of the playoffs in game , that is tied for second in the NHL, one behind Logan Couture of the Sharks.