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Game Notes - Blues 4, Senators 3 (SO)

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Game Notes - Blues 4, Senators 3 (SO)


-Despite a third-period comeback by the Senators, the Blues prevailed in an 11-round shootout - the longest in franchise history.  With the victory, the Blues tied Dallas and Chicago atop the Central Division with 83 points
 
-Patrik Berglund was the lone scorer in the 22-man shootout.  It was his first career shootout tally
 
-Jake Allen stopped all 11 Ottawa shooters, improving his career shootout save percentage to .800 (32 for 40) which ranks 4th among active goalies (min. 20 attempts faced)
 
-Ottawa scored in the final second of the game, marking the first time the Blues have conceded a goal with under a second remaining in a period since Feb. 14, 2012 at Columbus (James Wizniewski)
 
-The Blues scored a pair of power play goals for the seventh time this season
 
-The Blues' 48 shots were a season high and their most since logging 49 on Mar. 25, 2014 at Toronto
 
-Vladimir Tarasenko collected his 30th goal, becoming the sixth player to reach that plateau this season.  Tarasenko now has back-to-back 30-goal campaigns and shares fourth overall with 67 regular season goals since the beginning of the 2014-15 season
 
-Tarasenko also had eight shots on goal, tying a regular season career high for the fourth time
 
-Jaden Schwartz posted a goal and two assists for his seventh career game with at least three points.  It was the third three-point effort by a Blue in a road game this season (Tarasenko, Steen)
 
-Kevin Shattenkirk grabbed two assist for his fourth multi-assist game of the year.  Both helpers came on the power play, giving him 16 power play assists which shares 8th overall
 
-Dmitrij Jaskin scored his fourth goal and now has a point in consecutive games for the second time this season
 
-Alex Pietrangelo notched his 22nd assist.  Pietrangelo has three points (1g, 2a) and a +3 rating in two games since returning from injury
 
Blues Milestones
David Backes' assist was the 450th point of his career
 
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