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Binnington not solely to blame in Game 3 of Cup Final, McKenna says


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SOURCE: https://www.nhl.com/news/blues-jordan-binnington-not-to-blame-game-3-loss/c-307667766
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So NHL.com asked him to share his insights during the Stanley Cup Playoffs.In his most recent column, McKenna breaks down the play of goalies Tuukka Rask and Jordan Binnington in Game 3 of the Stanley Cup Final, a 7-2 victory for the Boston Bruins against the St. Louis Blues at Enterprise Center on Saturday, which gave Boston a 2-1 lead in the best-of-7 series. When the second and third goals happen as quickly as they did in Game 3 -- 2:10 apart -- it can suck the life right out of a team.It's doubtful Binnington was pulled solely because of his play. Simply not worth it to leave your starting goalie out there getting beat up, and a professional like Binnington knows and accepts his coach's reasoning for the hook.What really stood out to me about Game 3 was the play of Bruins goalie Tuukka Rask. It seems like he's knocked off whatever rust may have been oxidizing after a 10-day layoff between the end of the Eastern Conference Final and the start of the Stanley Cup Final.While this game ended with a five-goal victory for the Bruins, which provided all manner of convenient storylines, Binnington will regain the net for Game 4 like nothing ever happened.

As said here by Mike McKenna