The St. Louis Blues are eager to win their first Stanley Cup, but they have to get by the Dallas Stars in the second round of the 2016 NHL Playoffs. These two teams clash in Game 2 on May 1 and HollywoodLife.com wants you to see it! Click to watch.
It doesn’t get that cold in the south, so it’s no surprise that two of the NHL’s hottest teams are battling in the heart of Texas. The Dallas Stars and St. Louis Blues will trade shots in another thrilling round of the 2016 NHL Playoffs. When it’s all said and done, will one of these teams raise the Stanley Cup in glory?
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We’ll have to see. The Stars will be gracious hosts when the Blues visit the American Airlines Center on May 1 for Game 2 of the second round of the NHL Playoffs. Will Dallas dominate this deadly showdown or will St. Louis leave the Stars singing the blues? The puck drops at 4:00 P.M. EST so be ready for every exciting second.
The Blues sent the defending NHL Champions, the Chicago Blackhawks, back to Chi-Town. St. Louis triumphed over Chicago in an intense first round of the playoffs, according to ESPN. The Blues shot down Patrick Kane, 27, and the rest of the offensive line, but it won’t get any easier. Support St. Louis by getting an official jersey here.
Jamie Benn, 26, of the Dallas Stars has been lighting up the scoreboard in the post-season, nailing 10 points over the team’s six game series with the Minnesota Wild. However, Dallas’s top four made 15 turnovers during the first round, per Sports Illustrated. If they continue to make these mistakes, their Stanley Cup dreams will become a nightmare. Demonstrate your Dallas devotion by getting an official jersey here.
The Stars may hit the ice, yet again, without Tyler Sequin, 24, who missed the last 10 games of the regular season and the first playoff game due to a partial cut of his Achilles tendon, per STL Today. He’s out with a lower-body injury, and even coach Lindy Ruff, 56, doesn’t “even have a gestimate” on when the team’s star scorer will return.
St. Louis has never won the Stanley Cup, while the Dallas Stars have only one NHL Championship in franchise history. However, that victory came in 1999. Will one of these two squads make it all the way?
Who do you think will win this game, HollywoodLifers? Will Dallas or St. Louis go all the way?