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Blues yank Binnington in 2nd after Bruins score 5

the Boston Bruins
Calder Trophy

Patrice Bergeron
Charlie Coyle
Sean Kuraly
Jordan Binnington
Jake Allen
Ryan O'Reilly
Barry Melrose
Linda Cohn
Torey Krug
Craig Berube
Joel Edmundson
David Pastrnak
Tuukka Rask



St. Louis Blues

New York
St. Louis

Game 3
the Stanley Cup Final
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LOUIS -- Rookie goalie Jordan Binnington blamed himself after getting pulled for the first time in his NHL career as his St. Louis Blues were routed by the Boston Bruins 7-2 in Game 3 of the Stanley Cup Final on Saturday night."I gotta be better. We have to do a better job."The Bruins took a 3-0 lead in the first period on a power-play goal from Patrice Bergeron at 10:47, a wrist shot from Charlie Coyle at 17:40 and a goal from Sean Kuraly with 9.1 seconds left.Postgame analysis and highlight show airing each night throughout the season from Barry Melrose and Linda Cohn. Watch on ESPN+Binnington was chased at the 12:12 mark of the second period after Torey Krug scored the Bruins' third power-play goal of the game. Most concerning is their inability to stay out of the penalty box; the Bruins have had 14 power plays in the first three games."It's the major issue," O'Reilly said. It took the wind right out and any chance of that early push that we needed at the start of the second."Then there's Binnington.He has given up five goals in the first period over the past two games.

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