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LOUIS -- The Boston Bruins scored four power-play goals on four shots to ruin an event 49 years in the making, defeating the St. Louis Blues 7-2 in Game 3 of the Stanley Cup Final at Enterprise Center on Saturday.Boston took the lead in this best-of-7 series with Game 4 here Monday."We were ready to play," Bruins coach Bruce Cassidy said. Blues Game 3 highlights | Complete series coverage] It was the first Stanley Cup Final game played in St. Louis since May 5, 1970; the Blues also lost the previous six.Jordan Binnington allowed five goals on 19 shots before being pulled for the first time in 52 starts this season. Charlie Coyle scored off the rush at 17:40 to make it 2-0, and Sean Kuraly scored on a wrist shot through a screen to make it 3-0 at 19:50.The Blues challenged Kuraly's goal for offside, and the Situation Room confirmed that Blues defenseman Joel Edmundson passed the puck into the defending zone, meaning the Bruins were not offside.Berube said he made the challenge because he thought it was a 50-50 call and he was hopeful to go into intermission trailing 2-0 instead of 3-0.Video: Clutch Performance: Bergeron leads B's to Game 3 winSt. Louis instead was assessed a minor penalty for delay of game for the failed challenge, and David Pastrnak scored on the power play 41 seconds into the second period to make it 4-0. Noel Acciari scored an empty-net goal to make it 6-2 at 18:12, and Marcus Johansson scored at 18:35 on a power play to make it 7-2.Binnington is 5-2 with a .937 save percentage (10 goals on 153 shots) and 1.84 goals-against average in games after a loss in the Stanley Cup Playoffs, including Game 2."It's the Stanley Cup Final, lots to play for," he said.

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