Vince Dunn returns to Blues lineup for Game 4 vs. Bruins

Jordan Binnington has shown his Blues' teammates a very strong ability to bounce back from every rough start, and they expect nothing less from their tender in Game 4 vs. Bruins.

The St. Louis Blues will be getting a boost to their blue line for Game 4 of the Stanley Cup Final.

Vince Dunn, who hasn’t played since he was struck in the head by a puck in Game 3 of the Western Conference Final, will return to the lineup on Monday.

Dunn was paired with Game 2 overtime hero Carl Gunnarsson in line rushes during the Blues’ morning skate and also appeared on the second power-play unit.

Robert Bortuzzo will be a healthy scratch to make room for Dunn.

Dunn, 22, had 12 goals, 35 points and a plus-14 rating in 78 games this season. He’s also scored two goals and seven points in 16 playoff games.

In other Blues lineup news, forward Oskar Sundqvist will draw back into the lineup after serving a one-game suspension in Game 3. Robby Fabbri will sit in place of Sundqvist.

In goal, Jordan Binnington will get the start for the Blues despite being pulled in Game 3 after letting in five goals on 19 shots in only 32 minutes.

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