Wednesday night's overtime victory by the Blackhawks (thanks, Patrick Kane!) evens the series with the Blues at two games each.
It's turning out to be a classic series- as I expected it to be- between the two best teams in the Western Conference, and maybe the NHL (well, on second thought, you do have to acknowledge the Bruins, I guess. They did win the President's Trophy).
Tonight's game in St. Louis won't be make-or-break, but it's still huge. The winner comes within one game of eliminating the loser. And if the Hawks win, they will have stolen that one St. Louis game they need to win in order to win the series.
If only Seabs had behaved himself in Game Two, we'd be leading the series 3-1 at this point. Ah, well. Too late now.
Time to go out and win ourselves Game Five tonight.