Forward scores with 35.2 seconds remaining after Buffalo rallies in third
/ NHL.com Correspondent
ST. LOUIS --Vladimir Tarasenko scored with 35.2 seconds remaining in overtime, and the St, Louis Blues won their fourth straight game with a 3-2 victory against the Buffalo Sabres at Scottrade Center on Sunday.
Tarasenko got the puck inside the Blues end, skated up into the Sabres zone past Jack Eichel and while he was trying to pull the puck to his forehand, Robin Lehner's poke-check inadvertently pushed the puck inside the near side of the net for the game-winning goal.
ST. LOUIS - Shortly after the Blues announced Jaden Schwartz would be out of the lineup for six weeks with an ankle injury, Blues Head Coach Mike Yeo said the Blues would also be without Alex Pietrangelo - at least for tonight's 6 p.m. game against the Buffalo Sabres (FSMW, FSGO, KMOX).
Hockey doubleheader wraps up Sunday as Blues host Sabres
Police vs. Fire game set for 3 p.m., Blues vs. Sabres at 6 p.m.
/ St. Louis Blues
ST. LOUIS - The Blues will play their second game in as many days when they host the Buffalo Sabres tonight at 6 p.m. at Scottrade Center.
Fans can follow the action live on FOX Sports Midwest, FOX Sports GO or KMOX 1120 AM.
Fans with tickets to the game are invited to the St. Louis Police vs. Fire hockey game, which will also feature former Blues Barret Jackman, Terry Jake, Cam Janssen, Kelly Chase and Jamie Rivers. Doors open at 2:30 p.m. and the game begins at 3 p.m. Beer will be available at select concession stands for $5 each. Proceeds benefit Backstoppers and the Lifesaving Foundation.
Doors open at 2:30 p.m. for inaugural St. Louis Police vs. Fire hockey game at Scottrade Center
St. Louis Blues
/ Press Release
If you have tickets for the game between the St. Louis Blues and Buffalo Sabres on Dec. 10 at Scottrade Center, here is everything you need to know about what is happening at the game. If you haven't secured tickets yet, a limited number are still available onlineor at the Scottrade Center Box Office.
Blues visit Little Caesars Arena for first time Saturday
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Dec. 9 trailer: STL at DET
Blues make first trip to Little Caesars Arena
The Blues make first trip to Little Caesars Arena in Detroit for Saturday's matchup with the Red Wings
DETROIT - After nearly 40 years of playing at Joe Louis Arena in Detroit, the Blues and Red Wings will meet for the first time Saturday at Little Caesars Arena in Detroit (noon CT, FSMW, FSGO, KMOX).
The new venue - which seats 19,515 for hockey - opened in September and serves as the home of Red Wings and the NBA's Detroit Pistons. The building began construction in 2015, cost more than $860 million to build and features a 5,100 square-foot videoboard at center ice.