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Mayor Walsh, Officials Discuss Safety Ahead Stanley Cup Game 7

The Bruins host the St. Louis Blues Wednesday night in a decisive Game 7.

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    How Boston is Preparing for Game 7 of Stanley Cup

    Boston Mayor Marty Walsh discussed security plans for Game 7 of the Stanley Cup Final, which will take place at TD Garden as the Bruins face the St. Louis Blues. (Published Wednesday, June 12, 2019)

    Boston Mayor Marty Walsh and police officials on Wednesday outlined precautions being taken ahead of Game 7 of the Stanley Cup Final in Boston.

    Walsh said temporary parking restrictions would be implemented around the TD Garden, North Station, Faneuil Hall and Kenmore Square to ensure safety during and after the game.

    Walsh urged fans to keep safety in mind whether the Bruins win or lose in the decisive Game 7 against the St. Louis Blues.

    "We know how to win with style and pride; we know know to lose with style and pride," he said.

    Mayor Walsh Discusses Safety Preparations Ahead of Game 7

    Mayor Walsh Discusses Safety Preparations Ahead of Bruins Game 7

    Boston Mayor Marty Walsh and Boston police officials held a press conference Wednesday to discuss safety measures ahead of Game 7 of the Stanley Cup Final at the TD Garden. 

    (Published Wednesday, June 12, 2019)

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