Jordan Binnington joins only four goalies who claimed the Cup in their rookie seasons and is now the first rookie in National Hockey League history to earn all 16 of a team's postseason wins.
The St. Louis Blues went into Boston on Wednesday night and won their first championship in franchise history, defeating the Bruins 4-1 in Game 7 of the Stanley Cup Final.
St. Louis almost added a third midway through the second period but Zdeno Chara managed to swat the puck away from the goal line after a shot from Brayden Schenn went off the crossbar and Rask's shoulder before dropping in the crease.
The 11-year-old Anderson has become synonymous with the Blues' playoff run since her appearance in Game 3 of the Western Conference finals vs. San Jose.
"Once we pulled it together, we were tough to beat", Berube said. With just two minutes remaining, Matt Grzelcyk managed to score Boston's lone goal.
Ryan O'Reilly and Alex Pietrangelo performed their magic, each scoring a goal in the first period. Brayden Schenn and Zach Sanford completely sealed the victory with third-period tallies.
Don't let the St. Louis Blues take a lead.
The St. Louis Blues are finally Stanley Cup champions.
O'Reilly was awarded the Conn Smythe Trophy as playoff MVP. O'Reilly, 28, also won his first Cup, had a goal and an assist in the final game and finished the postseason with 23 points. "It would fantastic to have three trophies here in the city at the same time".
Binnington came out of nowhere to lead St. Louis to the Stanley Cup.
The Bruins tried to harness all the local karma they could.
And the Bruins responded, dominating for long stretches of time except in the way that mattered most.