BLUES AT LIGHTNING
When: Wednesday, Nov. 27 at 6 p.m. CT
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The St. Louis Blues trailed 2-0 on Monday night in Nashville but put together a strong third period and rallied back to force overtime thanks to goals from David Perron and Brayden Schenn and a 37-save performance between the pipes from Jake Allen.
Nashville's David Carr, who was recalled from the American Hockey League earlier Monday, scored the deciding goal in a shootout to limit the Blues to just one point in the contest.
"We played a good third period," Blues Head Coach Craig Berube said. "We battled back and got a point out of it. It's a tough game. They're a good team. They work hard. It's a tough building to play in. I thought we battled all night. Got down 2-0 early, we had the power plays early in in the first period and didn't capitalize there. A couple of mistakes and they scored, and then we made it a game."
The Blues' three-game road trip continues Wednesday in Tampa Bay, where they meet the Lightning at 6 p.m. CT (FSMW, 101 ESPN).
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The Lightning have won three consecutive games but as of Tuesday, sat in ninth place in the Eastern Conference with a 12-7-2 record (26 points).
The Blues and Lightning previously met on Nov. 19 at Enterprise Center. David Perron, Oskar Sundqvist and Jaden Schwartz scored in the 3-1 Blues' win, which also included a 17-save effort from Jordan Binnington.
Since Jan. 1, 2019, the Blues are 44-15-11 (99 points), while the Lightning are 43-16-4 (90 points), which ranks first and fifth respectively in the NHL in points during that span. The Blues swept the season series with Tampa Bay last season, winning both games by one goal. Brayden Schenn had the game-winner in both games.
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