- The Sports Desk
The St. Louis Blues smothered the Boston Bruins, 4-1, in Game 7 last night to win their first Stanley Cup in the club's 52-year existence. It also completed the most dramatic turnaround in NHL history; on Jan. 3, the Blues had the worst record in the league, fired their coach and started rookie goaltender Jordan Binnington in the net. Binnington was nothing short of amazing yesterday as he stopped all but one of 33 shots on goal. Tonight the Warriors, minus Kevin Durant, face the Raptors in the final game to be played at Oracle Arena. The first round of the US Open is today at picturesque Pebble Beach.
- Bleacher Report - Megan Armstrong
Ryan O'Reilly has been the St. Louis Blues' most productive scorer in the Stanley Cup Final, and he also scored the 2019 Conn Smythe Trophy. The 28-year-old was hottest in the Final and scored the opening
- Bleacher Report - Kyle Newport
When Scott Berry put $400 on the St. Louis Blues to win the 2019 Stanley Cup in January, the chances of him cashing in on that wager did not appear promising. In fact, at the time of his bet, the Blues