Lord Stanley’s Cup and an NHL Championship is on the line tonight (Wednesday) in Boston when the St. Louis Blues go to battle with the Boston Bruins in a decisive game 7 of the finals.
Tensions are already running high after Blues General Manager Doug Armstrong lost his cool yesterday (Tuesday) after Boston’s practice ran a little long.
Armstrong apparently grew frustrated with the pace of the Bruins crew resurfacing the ice, and according to the St. Louis Post-Dispatch yelled from the stands “Let’s get the ice ready. Do your expletive job”.
As Armstrong walked away, one of the drivers reportedly said “You could be a little bit nicer about it.
Who expletive in your cereal?”
Puck drops at 7 tonight (Wednesday).
The St. Louis Cardinals with a 7-1 win over the Miami Marlins on the road last (Tuesday) night.
The Redbirds put up 13 hits and Marcell Ozuna hit his 18th homer run of the season.
Cardinals starting pitcher Dakota Hudson struck out six, on four hits picking up his 5th win of the year.
The Cardinals go for the series sweep tonight (Wednesday).
The Kansas City Royals with a come from behind 3-2 victory over the Detroit Tigers.
The winning run came in the 8th inning as Terrance Gore scored from third base as three Tigers converged on a routine popup behind first and all watched one another as the ball dropped.