The St. Louis Blues are roaring in the second round of the NHL Playoffs, but the Dallas Stars haven’t given up yet. These two titans of the ice will play Game 4 on May 5 and HollywoodLife.com wants you to watch!
Things are heating up between the Dallas Stars and the St. Louis Blues in the NHL Playoffs. Dallas definitely needs another win to keep their Stanley Cup dreams alive, but will the blood-thirsty St. Louis players leave the Stars singing a sad, sad song?
The Stars hope to even the score when they head to the Blues’ home turf at Scottrade Center in beautiful St. Louis, Missouri on May 5. The series is 2-1 in the Blues’ favor, but this series is far from over. So, after you get steamy from looking at some of the hottest hunks on the rink, be ready for some chilling action. The puck drops at 8:00 P.M. EST.
Dallas may have scored first blood by taking Game 1, but the Stars haven’t shone very brightly in the following two match-ups. The Blues snuck a 4-3 overtime win in Game 2 but Game 3 was a total bloodbath, per ESPN. St. Louis thumped Dallas, 6-1. Vladimir Tarasenko, 24, Troy Brouwer, 30, each scored a point, while Alexander Steen, 32, and David Backes, 32, ended the game with two goals apiece. Let everyone know you’re a Blues fan by getting an official shirt here.
To literally add insult to injury, St. Louis’s enforcer Ryan Reaves, 29, got into a fight with Dallas’ Curtis McKenzie, 22, over a hard hit delivers to Alex Pietrangelo, 26, per Fox Sports. As Ryan was sent to the penalty box, the Blues player blew a kiss to the Stars bench. Show Blues fans that they can’t intimidate you by picking up a Dallas Stars jersey here.
“Just a little emotion, that’s all,” Ryan said, when asked to explain his actions. “In the heat of the moment.” However, the Blues man said, “When you smell blood, you have to go for it. When we’re lighting the lamp like that, it helps our favor when you’re putting your foot on their throat and finishing the game the right way.” Whoa. Hopefully there’s no skate on that foot!
Will goalie Antti Niemi, 32, see any time on the ice? The Dallas Stars player allowed three goals in just 12 shots during his brief appearance in Game 3. He was quickly pulled, forcing Kari Lehtonen, 32, to return to the ice. Will these two be able to stop the Blues or has this series been sealed with a kiss?
Who do you think is going to win, HollywoodLifers?