Don't let the St. Louis Blues take a lead.
Although no one's comparing him to the Great One, O'Reilly entered the record books alongside Wayne Gretzky after putting the Blues on the board Wednesday with a goal in his fourth straight game.
The 19-year-old returned to action in Game 6 after missing the last four games of the Stanley Cup Final with a wrist injury. O'Reilly, 28, also won his first Cup, had a goal and an assist in the final game and finished the postseason with 23 points. "It would awesome to have three trophies here in the city at the same time".
Olympic gold medallist Aly Raisman and Julian Edelman waved a banner before the game while wearing David Ortiz jerseys; the Red Sox slugger is recuperating just a mile or so away from an assassination attempt in his native Dominican Republic. The 2018 Red Sox won the World Series and the 2018 Patriots won the Super Bowl.
And the Bruins responded, dominating for long stretches of time except in the way that mattered most.
The Bruins, who had never before hosted a Game Seven of a Stanley Cup Final, made a solid start and created all sorts of pressure but it was the Blues who jumped out to an early 2-0 lead despite being outshot 12-4 in the opening frame.
Pietrangelo added another with eight seconds left in the period when he skated in and used a nifty backhand deke to beat Rask and silence the stunned home crowd.