The St. Louis Blues and Dallas Stars are meeting for the 14th time in a Stanley Cup playoff series and for the fifth time, they are going seven games. But these two teams don’t step there when it comes to going the extra mile.
Three of those four prior Game 7 battles have gone to overtime, one of them to double overtime.
On this day in '68, two of the greatest goals in Blues history. Dickie Moore tied it, then Ron Shock sent the Note to the Stanley Cup Finals: pic.twitter.com/oUvi1ltjwf
— Dan ONeill (@WWDOD) May 3, 2018
Former St Louis Blues Kevin O'Shea passed away Jan 18 2010.
O'Shea scored the OT Goal in game 7 of 1972 Playoffs St Louis Blues vs Minnesota North Stars.
— STL Blues History (@STLBlueshistory) January 18, 2019
And in 1984:
Steve Payne, Game 7, 1984 Norris Final vs Blues, Met Center
"The best clutch goal scorer we ever had was Steve Payne. He got more big goals than anyone" ~ @NanneLou
Payne scored the only Game 7 OT goal in franchise history at 6:00 to send the North Stars to the Conference Final pic.twitter.com/NBWFB1GM1c
— Travis Currie (@travcurrie) April 11, 2019