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Game Notes - Blues 4, Stars 3 (OT)

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Game Notes - Blues 4, Stars 3 (OT)

-David Backes, who turned 32 today, scored the game-winner for the Blues on the power play at the 10:58 mark of the first overtime.  Backes became just the second player in Blues history to score two overtime goals in the same playoff season (Pierre Turgeon, 1999).  His first came in Game One of the team's first-round victory over Chicago
 
-Patrik Berglund logged his second goal of the 2016 playoffs and eighth playoff goal of his career overall.  Berglund now has a point in three straight playoff games (1g, 2a) for the second time in his career
 
-Troy Brouwer recorded a play goal and assist for his third career multi-point playoff game.  He now has two goals and four points overall over his last four games
 
-With Brouwer and Backes' goals, the Blues now lead the League with six road power play goals this postseason
 
-Joel Edmundson scored his first career playoff goal, becoming the fifth different rookie defenseman to score this postseason.  He also became the first Blues rookie defensemen to score against the Stars in a playoff game since they moved to Dallas
 
-Robby Fabbri posted two assists for his second-career multi-assist playoff game.  Fabbri leads all remaining rookies in playoff assists (6) and overall points (7)
 
-Kevin Shattenkirk tallied his 3rd and 4th assists of the 2016 playoffs, giving him points in both games of this series (1g, 2a).  Shattenkirk has 24 points (4g, 20a) in 36 career postseason games.  His 0.66 career postseason point per game average shares 3rd among active defensemen (min. 20 playoff games)


Game Three
The Blues will host the Stars on Tuesday at 8:30 p.m. at Scotttrade Center
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