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Berglund, Blues top Senators in shootout

Forward scores in 11th round, helps St. Louis win second straight

by Chris Stevenson / Correspondent

Berglund's game-winner

STL@OTT: Berglund caps 11-round shootout with goal

3/1/16: Patrik Berglund roofs a shot in the 11th round for the game-winner, giving the Blues a 4-3 victory

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OTTAWA - Patrik Berglund scored the only goal of the shootout in the 11th round, and the St. Louis Blues defeated the Ottawa Senators 4-3 at Canadian Tire Centre on Tuesday. 

After 10 scoreless rounds, Blues goalie Jake Allen stopped Senators defenseman Cody Ceci in the top of 11th before Berglund scored on a shot that beat Senators goalie Andrew Hammond on his glove side for the win.

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Situation Room

Video Review: STL @ OTT - 19:59 of the Third Period

Puck crossed St. Louis goal line before time expired @NHLdotcom

Situation Room: STL vs. OTT

Situation Room: Pageau's goal stands after review

3/1/16: Video review determines that the puck crossed the line before time expired and the goal is confirmed

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At 19:59 of the third period in the Blues/Senators game, video review supported the referee's call on the ice that the puck crossed the St. Louis goal line before time expired. Good goal Ottawa.

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Senators' Anderson injured against Blues

Goalie left at 13:41 of the second, replaced by Hammond @NHLdotcom

Anderson's injury

STL@OTT: Anderson leaves game due to injury

3/1/16: Craig Anderson exits the game during the second period due to an lower-body injury

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Ottawa Senators goalie Craig Anderson left the game against the St. Louis Blues at Canadian Tire Centre on Tuesday because of a lower-body injury.  

Anderson left at 13:41 of the second period. With the Senators trailing 3-0, Anderson was hit by the stick of Blues forward Magnus Paajarvi. Anderson took a knee then skated to the Senators dressing room. The Senators announced he would not return to the game.

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game preview

Senators hoping to stay strong through middle

Ottawa missing first-line center Turris vs. St. Louis

by Chris Stevenson / Correspondent

BLUES (36-20-9) at SENATORS (30-27-6)

TV: 7 p.m. ET, RDS, TSN5, FS-MW, NHL.TV

OTTAWA -- The Ottawa Senators will try and keep their push for a Stanley Cup Playoff spot going without top center Kyle Turris on Tuesday against the St. Louis Blues at Canadian Tire Centre.

The Senators decided Monday to rest Turris indefinitely. He has been playing with a sprained ankle sustained Dec. 5.

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