St. Louis Blues advance to second Round for the first time starting around 2019, rout Minnesota Wild
The St. Louis Blues progressed to the second round of the Stanley Cup Playoffs interestingly starting around 2018-19,
With a 5-1 win over the Minnesota Wild on Thursday, winning the series in six games.
Ryan O'Reilly scored his fifth objective of the end of the season games.
He has eight focuses through six games this postseason.
Vladimir Tarasenko additionally scored his fifth objective of the series on Thursday.
Scratch Leddy, Tyler Bozak, and Colton Parayko added objectives, pushing the Blues to the series triumph.
"It was an extreme, intense fight,'' Bozak said postgame.
"That is a generally excellent group around there.
It's sort of a disgrace we played in the first round of the end-of-the-season games.
It was two of the top groups in the West and they merit a ton of recognition for the season they had.''
The Blues (49-22-11) completed third in the Central Division during the normal season.
The last time the Blues equipped for the subsequent round.
They proceeded to win their most memorable Stanley Cup in establishment history.