The Blue Notes survived two straight goals by the Hawks and Chicago Blue-Paint Tenant Corey "Craw-Dad" Crawford going fisticuffs with a Blue Notes player. It was the bad penalties that cost the Hawks and the inability to check both Vladimir Tarasenko and "Bloodline" Alexander Steen that did the Indian Head in again.
Steen goes for two points (1G 1A) as Valdimir Tarasenko scored twice (2G) and the Blue Notes take a commanding 3-1 lead with game #5 set near the Muddy Mississippi for Thursday April 21st. St. Louis has to be thinking of ending this thing now as they need not to head back to the Madhouse for Game #6 and possibly back home for Game #7 with all the pressure being on the Blue Notes if that scenario plays out.
As for the Indian Head Sweaters they have been here before but this series and the Blue Notes they are facing has a much different feel with the Blue Notes seemingly having an advantage at every turn.