Found May 08, 2013 on STLSportsMinute:
Just when you thought the St. Louis Blues had control of this series winning the first two games in St. Louis to go up 2-0, the Los Angeles Kings showed why they were defending Stanley Cup Champions and came back to win two games in Los Angeles to tie the series at two games a piece. A pivotal Game 5 lies ahead tonight at 8:00 CT in St. Louis as one team will be one win away from ending this captivating series. After the first three games of the series was dominated by goal-tending, the offense was the story last game. The Blues jumped out to a quick 2-0 start in Game 4, but the Kings battled back and won 4-3 scoring two goals in the third period as Justin Williams scored the game winner. T.J. Oshie recorded his first career multi-goal game in the playoffs in the loss. That was a really tough to take for the Blues, however the series is still tied and headed back to St. Louis tonight and all of a sudden with a win tonight the Blues can get the momentum back. How even has this seri...
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