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2019 NHL Stanley Cup Final - Game Five
Follow the leader. (Zdeno Chara)
Photo by Bruce Bennett/Getty Images

The Bruins host the Blues at TD Garden for the first ever Stanley Cup Final, Game #7 ever held in the facility tomorrow night at 8:00PM on NBC.

  • Want to be there for the event? Better take out a second mortgage. WEEI
  • Or better yet, just head to Warrior Arena to watch at no charge. CBS Boston
  • Speaking of Warrior Arena, Chris Wagner practiced today. @NHLBruins
  • What a long, strange trip it has been this season. NHL
  • This is Tuukka Time. WEEI
  • Rask is the frontrunner for the Conn Smythe- here’s why. NBC Sports
  • Oh, what a ride for the Bruins’ Young Guns! Boston Herald
  • Kaplan v. Wyshynski- tackling Game #7, and how to win it. ESPN
  • The Bruins count on a core leadership group that has been there before. NHL
  • Three bullet points for Game #7 include the importance of home ice. Sporting News
  • It’s the most wonderful time of the year. Bonus- The St. Louis Post Dispatch has their own embarassing Dewey Defeats Truman moment. Boston.com
  • By the numbers, here’s a look at Game #7 experience for both teams. CBS Boston
  • Impress your friends with these Stanley Cup facts. Have you met Philip Pritchard? MassLive
  • Torey Krug’s life will be changing very soon in any case. Bonus- update on Matt Grzelcyk. Boston.com
  • Jake DeBrusk has made the plays and won the battles to help his team. Boston Herald
  • Karson Kuhlman has moved from on deck to the Bruins roster. Patriot Ledger
  • Another lineup chance has occurred- this time with the NHL officials. WEEI
  • Which players from this final are Hockey Hall of Fame calibre? The Hockey News
  • What even is a lobsta grinda? Boston.com
  • Roll out your alumni to pump up your team- what could go wrong? NY Post
  • Expect the game to get physical- statistically speaking, plenty flies under the radar in the later games of NHL series. FiveThirtyEight
  • The NHL is responsible for the sorry state of officiating. (Note bullet point one, and consider the source.) Pension Plan Puppets
  • Game #6 set a record. @NBCSportsPR
  • Remember the “Hockey Cards” features from HNIC? Bruins, 2011 YouTube
  • Former Bruin Milan Lucic is on Jim Benning’s radar in Vancouver. The Province
  • Former Bruin Adam McQuaid is facing a tough decision. Thanks, Andrew Shaw. The Columbus Dispatch