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Stanley Cup Final Buzz: Blues, Bruins prepare for Game 6

St. Louis remains calm one win from first championship; Boston needs more from top line, power play

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Welcome to the Stanley Cup Final Buzz, a daily in-depth look at the Stanley Cup Final between the Boston Bruins and the St. Louis Blues. The Blues have a 3-2 lead in the best-of-7 series following a 2-1 win at in Game 5 at TD Garden on Thursday and can win the first Stanley Cup in franchise history with a victory in Game 6 at Enterprise Center on Sunday (8 p.m. ET; NBC, CBC, SN, TVAS).

Here are the latest headlines from the Stanley Cup Final

-- Blues forward Robert Thomas, who has been out with an undisclosed injury, practiced Saturday and is a game-time decision for Game 6, reports Louie Korac

-- In his latest blog for NHL.com, Blues defenseman Colton Parayko discusses being one win away from achieving his childhood dream

-- The Blues can win their first Cup on Sunday, but they have their emotions in check, writes Tracey Myers 

-- The Bruins top line of Brad Marchand, David Pastrnak and Patrice Bergeron has yet to score a goal at 5-on-5 in the Final, but they feel good heading into Game 6, reports Tom Gulitti 

-- Defenseman Matt Grzelcyk's status for the Bruins in Game 6 is uncertain, writes Tracey Myers 

-- The Blues will be without forward Ivan Barbashev, who was suspended for Game 6

-- Gord Murphy is in the Coaches Room to discuss what the Bruins need to do to win Game 6 

-- The Blues penalty kill is a big reason why they are one win away from the Stanley Cup, reports Tracey Myers

-- Craig Binnington's amazing journey to the NHL is featured in this week's episode of "Quest for the Stanley Cup" 

-- The Bruins need to get their power play going if they are going to keep their season alive in Game 6, writes Amalie Benjamin 

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