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Bruins vs. Blues live stream: Watch 2019 Stanley Cup Final Game 6 online

Bruins vs. Blues live stream: Watch 2019 Stanley Cup Final Game 6 online

The Stanley Cup will be at the Enterprise Center on Sunday night, where the St. Louis Blues will hoist it for the first time in team history if they beat the Boston Bruins in Game 6.

The Blues took a 3-2 series lead in controversial fashion with a 2-1 win in Game 5 at TD Garden. A missed call on a blatant penalty late in the third period of Thursday's game put the spotlight on the referees, and the Bruins were understandably upset.

But the B's must move past that disappointment because there's no more room for error. A loss ends Boston's season, one that looked like it would end with another championship after the Bruins took a 2-1 series lead in this Cup Final with a 7-2 victory in Game 3. The Bruins have lost back-to-back games for the second time in the 2019 playoffs, and B's goalie Tuukka Rask has not lost three games in a row all season. 

Will the Bruins stave off elimination and force a Game 7 back in Boston on Wednesday night?

Here's when and how to watch the Bruins and Blues go head-to-head in Game 6 of the Stanley Cup Final. Be sure to also watch "Hockey Pregame Live" at 7 p.m. ET with Michael Felger and Tony Amonte on NBC Sports Boston, as well as "Hockey Postgame Live" with Felger and Amonte after the game.

When: Sunday, June 9 at 8 p.m. ET
TV Channel: NBC
Live Stream: NBC Sports

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NHL Power Rankings: Supposed Atlantic Division powers struggling early

NHL Power Rankings: Supposed Atlantic Division powers struggling early

A season ago, the Atlantic Division featured three of the best teams in hockey, at least during the regular season: the Lightning, Bruins, and Maple Leafs.

But while the Bruins have shaken off a potential Stanley Cup Final hangover to pace the division this season, Tampa and Toronto have struggled out of the gate.

Neither team is above .500, and both find themselves out of the playoff picture through a quarter of the season.

While it's way too soon to tell if their struggles will continue, it's opened the door for some unexpected teams to make some waves in the standings.

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Injured Bruins star Patrice Bergeron 'progressing well' with Sabres looming

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Injured Bruins star Patrice Bergeron 'progressing well' with Sabres looming

Boston Bruins forward Patrice Bergeron has missed the last couple of games with a lower body injury, but he continues to track for a return very soon.

The 34-year-old center isn’t confirmed to suit up for Thursday night’s big divisional game against the Buffalo Sabres, but he skated during a lightly attended practice on Wednesday at Warrior Ice Arena with all signs pointing toward him playing.

But he’s “pretty close” according to Bruins head coach Bruce Cassidy, which he also was on Tuesday before ultimately sitting out a second straight game after tweaking a lower body issue in the weekend win over the Toronto Maple Leafs.

Both Bergeron and Torey Krug skated the morning after Boston pulled out a 5-1 road win over the New Jersey Devils, but Krug isn’t expected to return from his injury until the weekend. Bergeron was scratched from Tuesday night’s game in Jersey after he didn’t suit up for warm-ups, but he’s skated two days in a row.

“I’m feeling better. It’s progressing well. Today was a pretty good skate, so I’m feeling good,” said Bergeron, who has eight goals and 19 points in 19 games played this season after a slow ramp-up in training camp following groin issues that dogged him for most of the summer. “It’s a minor issue, but we want to make sure it doesn’t linger for too long. So, we’re being cautious and making sure it’s 100 percent before I get back out there.”

The Bruins did well in Bergeron’s absence on Tuesday with David Krejci racking up two assists and a plus-3 rating while centering Brad Marchand and David Pastrnak, and Charlie Coyle ably stepping in for Bergeron at the bumper position on the top power play unit.

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