Round 2 Game 6 – St. Louis Blues v. Dallas Stars

St. Louis Blues v. Dallas Stars

Game 6 – DAL Leads 3-2


Game Recap:

Heading into Dallas for Game 6 the Stars look to close out the St. Louis Bluesat home, but it would be the Blues controlling the play off the opening faceoff as they would get the Dallas crowd out of it early as Alex Pietrangelo would score 63 seconds into the game for an early 1-0 lead. The Blues would continue to control the play, but the Stars gain some momentum after killing the first powerplay of the game for the Blues and would result in them forcing a powerplay of their own which would see Tyler Seguin tap in the loose puck over the goal line to tie the game at one.


In the second period both the Stars and the Blues would play a tightly contested chess match against eachother, but it would be the Blues breaking the tie as Oskar Sundqvist would fees David Perron in front of the net for a redirect into the net to make it 2-1 for the Blues going into the second intermission.


Going into the third period the Blues would go back to how they played in the first period as the Blues would score two goals 33 seconds apart. First it would be Jaden Schwartz redirecting an Alexander Steen shot on net after Colton Parayko injured Ben Bishop with a really hard point shot. Then Sammy Blais would score his first career playoff goal while on a 2 on 0 that would chase Bishop out of the net and bring in Anton Khudobin as the Blues increase their lead to 4-1. The Blues would hold on and force Game 7 on Tuesday night.



St. Louis Blues:

Jaden Schwartz — Ryan O’Reilly — Vladimir Tarasenko

Brayden Schenn — Oskar Sundqvist — David Perron

Pat Maroon — Tyler Bozak — Robert Thomas

Sammy Blais — Ivan Barbashev — Alexander Steen

Joel Edmundson — Alex Pietrangelo

Jay Bouwmeester — Colton Parayko

Vince Dunn — Carl Gunnarsson

Jordan Binnington

Jake Allen

Scratched: Robert Bortuzzo, Michael Del Zotto, Zach Sanford, Mackenzie MacEachern, Chris Thorburn, Ville Husso, Robby Fabbri


Dallas Stars:

Jason Dickinson — Tyler Seguin — Mats Zuccarello

Jamie Benn — Roope Hintz — Alexander Radulov

Andrew Cogliano — Radek Faksa — Blake Comeau

Mattias Janmark — Justin Dowling — Jason Spezza

Esa Lindell — John Klingberg

Miro Heiskanen — Roman Polak

Dillon Heatherington — Ben Lovejoy

Ben Bishop

Anton Khudobin

Scratched: Valeri Nichushkin, Brett Ritchie, Tyler Pitlick , Gavin Bayreuther, Landon Bow

Injured: Stephen Johns (upper body), Marc Methot (lower body), Martin Hanzal (back), Jamie Oleksiak (lower body), Joel Hanley (upper body), Taylor Fedun (undisclosed)


First Period:

Blues Goal – 1:03 – Alex Pietrangelo (2) from Joel Edmundson (3) and Jaden Schwartz (3)

Stars Penalty – 3:06 – Mattias Janmark 2 minutes for High Sticking

Blues Penalty – 10:58 – Vince Dunn 2 minutes for Slashing

Stars PPG – 11:35 – Tyler Seguin (4) from Mats Zuccarello (7) and Jamie Benn (8)

Stars Penalty – 13:07 – Alexander Radulov 2 minutes for Tripping

Blues Penalty – 13:13 – Brayden Schenn 2 minutes for Tripping

Stars Penalty – 17:29 – Blake Comeau 2 minutes for Tripping

Blues Penalty – 19:06 – Pat Maroon 2 minutes for Goalie Interference


End of 1st – STL – 1       DAL – 1

Shots              10                07

Faceoffs         11                09

Hits               11                  11

PP                 0/3                 1/2* 3rd in progress


Second Period:

Blues Goal – 15:24 – David Perron (3) from Oskar Sunqvist (3) and Ivan Barbashev (2)


End of 2nd – STL – 2        DAL – 1

Shots               14                 16

Faceoffs          14                 20

Hits                 23                  22

PP                   0/3                  1/3


Third Period:

Blues Goal – 7:37 – Jaden Schwartz (8) from Alexander Steen (1) and Colton Parayko (6)

Blues Goal – 8:10 – Sammy Blais (1) from Ryan O’Reilly (7)

Stars Penalty – 15:58 – Alexander Radulov 2 minutes for Holding


End of 3rd – STL – 4         DAL – 1

Shots              25                   23

Faceoffs        21                    34

Hits               34                     35

PP                 0/4                    1/3


Next Up:

Game 7 – Series Tied 3-3


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