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Blues use big period to top Senators

Score three straight in second; Schenn, Steen each has goal, assist

by Chris Stevenson / NHL.com Correspondent

OTTAWA -- The St. Louis Blues scored three straight goals in the second period in a 4-1 win against the Ottawa Senators at Canadian Tire Centre on Thursday.

Brayden Schenn and Alexander Steen each had a goal and an assist, and Vladimir Tarasenko and Alex Pietrangelo scored for the Blues (28-17-3), who have won two in a row following a three-game losing streak (0-2-1).

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Projected Lineup: Jan. 18 at Ottawa

by Chris Pinkert / St. Louis Blues

OTTAWA - Chris Thorburn certainly made his impact felt Tuesday in Toronto.

Just over two minutes into the game, Thorburn stood up to the Maple Leafs' Matt Martin after Martin threw a big hit on Kyle Brodziak behind the Blues' net. After the scrap, Thorburn would create several good scoring chances, too - arguably some of the game's best.

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Blues wrap up road trip in Ottawa

by Chris Pinkert / Notes by Brett Barczewski

OTTAWA - The Blues look to build on a comeback win in Toronto on Tuesday night when they wrap up a two-game road trip on Thursday night at Canadian Tire Centre in Ottawa.

The puck drops at 6:30 p.m. CT on FOX Sports Midwest, FOX Sports GO and KMOX 1120 AM.

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Blues stop shutout late, defeat Maple Leafs in OT

Dunn scores game-winner after Steen ties it with 57 seconds left in third

by Dave McCarthy / NHL.com Correspondent

TORONTO -- Vince Dunn made the most of an unexpected opportunity to play in front of family and friends near his hometown Tuesday.

The St. Louis Blues defenseman scored 1:43 into overtime for a 2-1 win against the Toronto Maple Leafs at Air Canada Centre.

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Projected Lineup: Jan. 16 at Toronto

by Chris Pinkert / St. Louis Blues

TORONTO - Carter Hutton will be between the pipes tonight in Toronto, where the Blues meet the Maple Leafs with both teams coming off their bye weeks (6 p.m. CT, FSMW, FSGO, KMOX).

"I just try to contribute when I can," Hutton said after Tuesday's morning skate. "A lot of things are out of my control, so when I do get in there, I just try to compete and play well. I've always played a limited role, so when you get a chance to play, you try to take advantage of it.

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Blues feeling refreshed, ready to meet Maple Leafs

by Chris Pinkert / Notes by Brett Barczewski

TORONTO - The Blues haven't played a game since Jan. 9, but they haven't lost any ground in the Central Division standings despite that. The Winnipeg Jets, who lead the division, lost both games they played last week, and the Nashville Predators - who rank second - were idle during a bye week, too.

The Blues get a chance to get rolling again Tuesday when they meet the Toronto Maple Leafs at Air Canada Centre to begin a two-game road trip.

The puck drops at 6 p.m. CT. Fans can follow the action on FOX Sports Midwest, FOX Sports GO or KMOX 1120 AM.

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Panthers push past Allen, Blues

Score three straight goals in second to knock out goalie

by Louie Korac / NHL.com Correspondent

ST. LOUIS -- St. Louis Blues goalie Jake Allen was pulled in the second period of a 7-4 loss to the Florida Panthers at Scottrade Center on Tuesday.

Allen, who was starting for the second time since Dec. 29, is 1-8-0 in his past nine starts and has a 3.39 goals-against average and .896 save percentage. He allowed five goals in a second straight start and 28 in those nine.

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Projected Lineup: Jan. 9 vs. Florida

by Chris Pinkert / St. Louis Blues

ST. LOUIS - Jake Allen will start tonight's 7 p.m. game against the Florida Panthers, and Blues Head Coach Mike Yeo said that decision was an easy one.

"Obviously (Carter Hutton) has deserved some games here. He's done a phenomenal job for us and we would expect him to continue to do that, (but) we've been looking for an opporutnity to get Jake back in the lineup, too," Yeo said after Tuesday's morning skate. "I was disappointed with the game we played in front of Jake in Philadelphia. I would like to see us play a real strong game here tonight and I'm confident Jake is going to have a good game tonight."

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Blues meet Panthers before beginning the bye week

by Chris Pinkert / Notes by Brett Barczewski

ST. LOUIS - The Blues will host the Florida Panthers at Scottrade Center on Tuesday night before taking a five-day break for the NHL's bye week, which was first implemented last season.

"I'm looking forward to (this game)," Blues Head Coach Mike Yeo said. "If we win this game, then we go into the break saying we're 4-1-1 heading into the break, and I think we'd all be very pleased with that."

The puck drops at 7 p.m. The first 12,000 fans in the building receive a Blues fleece blanket courtesy of Ameren Missouri. Fans not attending the game can follow the action on FOX Sports Midwest, FOX Sports GO or KMOX 1120 AM. Coverage is also available at stlouisblues.com and by using the NHL app.

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Backstrom propels Capitals past Blues in overtime

Scores with 43 seconds left to give Washington fourth straight win

by Brian McNally / NHL.com Correspondent

WASHINGTON -- Nicklas Backstrom scored on a breakaway with 43 seconds remaining in overtime to give the Washington Capitals their fourth straight win, 4-3 against the St. Louis Blues at Capital One Arena on Sunday.

Backstrom beat goalie Carter Hutton from the right hash marks after receiving a stretch pass from T.J. Oshie.

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