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Stanley Cup Final Buzz: Blues forward Sundqvist suspended for Game 3

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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 and Bruins split the first two games of the best-of-7 series in Boston; Game 3 is at Enterprise Center in St. Louis on Saturday (8 p.m. ET; NBCSN, SN, CBC, TVAS).

Here are the latest headlines from the Cup Final


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-- Bruins defenseman Matt Grzelcyk is day to day in the NHL concussion protocol. He didn't make the trip to St. Louis and is questionable for Game 3, writes Matt Kalman.

-- The Blues will be without forward Oskar Sundqvist for Game 3. He was suspended one game for the hit that injured Grzelcyk, writes Tom Gulitti.

-- With Grzelcyk likely out, the Bruins will have to take the "next man up" approach, writes Amalie Benjamin

-- Blues defenseman Vince Dunn, who has missed the past five games with an upper-body injury, might return for Game 3. That could create some tricky decisions for coach Craig Berube, writes Tracey Myers.

-- The Blues are pumped up for their first Stanley Cup Final home game since 1970, writes Tim Campbell

-- The Bruins are not concerned about having to win on the road, where they are 6-2 during the playoffs, writes Matt Kalman

-- In-goal cameras are ensuring that the NHL has all the angles covered during the Cup Final, writes Dave Stubbs

-- Forward Noel Acciari is playing close to home in the Stanley Cup Final for the Bruins, and that's just how he likes it, writes Shawn P. Roarke

-- Blues captain Alex Pietrangelo has "three little angels" inspiring his play in this year's Cup Final, writes Dan Rosen

-- Mike McKenna breaks down the performances of Blues goalie Jordan Binnington and Boston counterpart Tuukka Rask in Game 2


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