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"We have seventy five degrees and a few clouds in the sky here in Boston at six o'clock going down to a low tonight of fifty eight in Boston lower fifties in the suburbs. Good evening, I'm Sherry small, and here's what's happening. It's all on the line game. Six of the Stanley Cup finals is tonight in Saint Louis. The blues have a three two lead. So it's a must win for the Bruins to stay alive. WBZ TV's, Dan roaches in Sint Saint Louis for the game. He says the Bruins have come back from being down three games to two in the playoffs before the Bruins feel like you know they've been here before in their first series against the Toronto Maple Leafs was probably the second best team that they've played in Stanley Cup playoff run the same exact scenario down three games to, to go to Toronto, having to come here and they were able to pull out a game six win and then a game seven victory back at the garden. That's what they're hoping for year against the blue team that has played them extremely tough. But that's the feel that they have right now is somehow some way find a way to victory. The puck drops for game. Six in Saint Louis in about two hours from now at eight o'clock, WBZ's, Kevin Coleman has been talking with Bruins fans at the garden fans of all. Ages are here at TD garden. This afternoon getting ready for game six of the Stanley Cup finals, and it's the young Bruins fans that are ready to cheer loudly for their hometown team, including Sam who knows it won't be easy tonight. A nervous summit because they're in Saint Louis that crowds all hyped up there ago. They're gonna be ready and we got you. And then there is Brayden who has one thing to say Bruins fans. TD garden. Kevin Coleman WBZ, Boston's NewsRadio, it's so one Boston's bravest were remembered today in Jamaica, plain WBZ's, James Rojo's was at the one hundred twenty six annual memorial service to honor firefighters who've passed away, though. Firemen's lot here at forest hill cemetery dates back to the eighteen hundreds Boston. Mayor Marty Walsh says it was designed as a sacred ground to ensure our firefighters have."