Blues star drops F-bomb, needlessly apologizes after winning Stanley Cup

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O'Reilly was strong all postseason but really showed up against the Bruins, becoming the first player in National Hockey League history to score in Games 4, 5, 6 and 7 of a Stanley Cup Final and becoming the first player with goals in four straight Cup Final games since Wayne Gretzky in 1985.

They also went 4-1 in chances to eliminate a team - and after losing Game 6 on home ice were clinical in holding on to a multi-goal lead in Game 7. She interviewed player Alexander Steen after the Blues punched their ticket to the finals, and revved up the crowd before Game 3 in St. Louis.

An excited Ryan O'Reilly apologized after letting the expletive go on television Wednesday night, though he does have a valid excuse: Winning the Stanley Cup. The second period was scoreless, then Schenn put it out of reach with 8:35 to play and Sanford made it 4-0 before the Bruins spoiled Binnington's bid for a shutout.

He finished with a six-game point streak in the finals, and he now has the most points in a postseason in franchise history, per ESPN Stats & Info.

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"There was a couple tough games", O'Reilly said, per the Associated Press. Osbourne has posted multiple times in the past week cheering on the Blues, first offering up his famous mug shot in which he was donning a Blues T-shirt during a 1984 arrest.

He scored the first goal of the game, just as he did in the last four games of the Stanley Cup Final. But I do believe that it gave them a lot of juice for a period that they, you know if they looked at it objectively, probably felt or should have felt that they got outplayed, but they're up 2-0 on the scoreboard.

The Bruins tried to harness all the local karma they could.

Craig Berube's club had a.405 winning percentage almost halfway (38 games) through its season but rallied to finish third in the Western Conference to secure a spot in the Stanley Cup Playoffs, where all bets are off. They are packing the place to buy items unsealed after the team earned their first trophy.