The St. Louis Blues seized the opener in the Stanley Cup Playoffs First Round series against Minnesota wild and are up for game-2 Friday night. The game is set for 8:00 PM EST in Xcel Energy Center, Saint Paul.
Stats has it that winning Game 1 has been beneficial in NHL history. However, the Wild ain’t were that bad in game-1.
Date and Time: April 14th, 2017 8:00 PM EST
Venue: Xcel Energy Center, Saint Paul
TV: NBCSN (US)
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The Blues pulled off the 2-1 victory due to Joel Edmundson’s goal late in overtime. Jake Allen made the difference, making breathtaking 51 saves, the most made in a single overtime game in Blues franchise history.
Minnesota’s 44 shots on goal by the end of regulation on Wednesday was their most ever through three periods. And after adding eight more in overtime, the Wild bested the previous franchise record of 46 for shots on goal.
Devan Dubnyk had 24 saves for Minnesota in game-1 loss.