The New England Patriots are super ready for the Stanley Cup. Julian Edelman joined his teammates in the big support thing.
Tom Brady, Dont’a Hightower and Davis Andrews expressed their full support for the Bruins ahead of Game 1 of the Stanley Cup Final between the Boston Bruins and St. Louis Blues.
video was enough for fans to go crazy. His tribute video is sort of softer than
the other videos, but it sure delivers a good hype.
“Yup. They finished the regular
season tied for second in the league in points and they’ve been playing well in
the playoffs — especially of late. They’ve won seven straight games heading
into the Cup Final,” Pete Blackburn
The Bruins do have a chance.
“Definitely. The Bruins
seemingly hold advantages in a lot of areas,
but the Blues are a really good team that has sort of stunned people all year,
so don’t count them out. Well the Blues were pretty
terrible to start this season. They fired their old coach and were dead-last in
the league as late as Jan. 3 of this year. They had an incredible second half
turnaround, made the playoffs and here they are about to play for the Stanley
“Well a big reason is they
finally started to get solid goaltending. Jordan Binnington, a
rookie, took over after things hit rock bottom and he’s been awesome for the
Blues. He stopped nearly 93 percent of the shots he faced during the regular
season and earned a rookie of the year nomination.”
Both teams had their bright moments.
“The Bruins last won in 2011,
which is basically a lifetime in Boston,” Blackburn added. “But this is the third time they’ve made the
SCF in the last decade (they lost to the Blackhawks in
2013). For the Blues, this is their fourth time playing for the Cup but their
first since 1970, when they were swept by — guess who? — the Bruins! That was
the SCF that birthed the infamous Bobby Orr diving goal celebration. In fact,
the Blues have never won a Cup Final game — they’ve been swept in each