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Elliott, Blues hang on against Lightning

Tampa Bay's nine-game home winning streak stopped

by Corey Long / Correspondent

Berglund's late goal

STL@TBL: Berglund increases the lead

2/14/16: Patrik Berglund skates in on a breakaway, takes a wrist shot and banks the rebound off his skate past Brian Elliott for the 2-0 lead

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TAMPA -- Brian Elliott made 37 saves and Patrik Berglund's late goal ended up being the game-winner when the St. Louis Blues defeated the Tampa Bay Lightning 2-1 at Amalie Arena on Sunday. 

Berglund's goal at 17:41 in the third period came on a breakaway. Lightning goalie Ben Bishop made a save on the first shot but the loose puck hit Berglund's skate and got past Bishop. The referee waived the goal off but the call was reversed on the video review, giving the Blues a 2-0 lead.

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Situation Room

Video Review: STL @ TBL - 17:41 of the Third Period @NHLdotcom

Situation Room: STL vs. TBL

Situation Room: No goal call overturned

2/14/16: St. Louis Blues no goal call overturned to a good goal after video review in the 3rd period

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At 17:41 of the third period in the Blues/Lightning game, video review determined that the puck deflected off of Patrik Berglund's skate and entered the Tampa Bay net in a legal fashion. According to Rule 49.2 "A puck that deflects into the net off an attacking player's skate who does not use a distinct kicking motion is a legitimate goal." Good goal St. Louis.

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Lightning aim to extend home streak; Elliott starts for Blues

St. Louis has won its past five games against Tampa Bay

by Corey Long / Correspondent

BLUES (31-17-9) at LIGHTNING (30-20-4) 

TV: 6 p.m. EST; FS-MW, SUN, NHL.TV 

TAMPA - The Tampa Bay Lightning put their nine-game home win streak on the line against the St. Louis Blues on Sunday.

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