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Brouwer, Allen lift Blues past Blackhawks

Forward scores in third, shootout; goalie makes 33 saves through OT

by Louie Korac / NHL.com Correspondent

Brouwer's PPG puts Blues ahead

CHI@STL: Brouwer nets PPG, pushes Blues ahead in 3rd

3/9/16: Troy Brouwer wires a one-timer past Corey Crawford for a power-play goal and gives the Blues their first lead of the night in the 3rd

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ST. LOUIS -- When St. Louis Blues defenseman Kevin Shattenkirk scored a shootout goal, he felt vindicated for his failed clearing attempt that led to the game-tying goal for the Chicago Blackhawks late in the third period.

Shattenkirk scored in the sixth round to help the Blues defeat the Blackhawks 3-2 at Scottrade Center on Wednesday. He beat Chicago goalie Corey Crawford with a wrist shot high to the glove side, and Teuvo Teravainen hit the post trying to tie it for the Blackhawks.

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Situation Room

Situation Room Initiated Challenge: CHI @ STL - 2:08 of Overtime

Original call stands - no goal Chicago Blackhawks

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Situation Room: CHI vs. STL

Situation Room: No-goal call stands after review

3/9/16: Official review determines the call on the ice stands, as the puck did not cross the goal line before the goaltender was contacted

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At 2:08 of overtime in the Blackhawks/Blues game, the Situation Room initiated a review under the terms of a Coach's Challenge to review the "Interference on the Goalkeeper" decision that resulted in a "no goal" call. 

After reviewing all available replays and consulting with NHL Hockey Operations staff, the Referee determined that Chicago's Andrew Ladd interfered with St. Louis goaltender Jake Allen before the puck crossed the goal line.

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game preview

Blackhawks' Hossa not yet ready to return

Forward to miss ninth straight game in pivotal matchup against Blues

by Louie Korac / NHL.com Correspondent

BLACKHAWKS (41-21-5) at BLUES (38-20-9) 

TV: 8 p.m. ET; NBCSN, TVA Sports 

ST. LOUIS -- The Chicago Blackhawks will not have right wing Marian Hossa in a key Central Division game against the St. Louis Blues on Wednesday.

The Blackhawks thought there was a good chance that Hossa, who has missed the past eight games with a lower-body injury, would return for a key stretch of two games that also has them playing at the first-place Dallas Stars on Friday.

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injury

Blackhawks' Hossa out vs. Blues

Chicago forward will miss ninth straight game

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Chicago Blackhawks forward Marian Hossa will miss his ninth straight game Wednesday against the St. Louis Blues (8 p.m. ET; NBCSN, TVA Sports), Blackhawks coach Joel Quenneville said.

Hossa has not played since Feb. 13 because of a lower-body injury.

"I'm still feeling it wasn't there yet and I don't want to rush it," Hossa said, according to the Chicago Sun-Times. "I'd rather wait an extra couple days."

The 37-year-old forward has 10 goals and 28 points in 54 games this season.

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Wednesday Night Rivalry

Hawks, Blues ready for Wednesday Night Rivalry

Teams are part of three-way battle for Central Division lead

by Kevin Weekes @KevinWeekes / NHL Network Analyst

Each Wednesday throughout the regular season, Kevin Weekes will be offering his pluses and minuses for the teams competing in the NBCSN Wednesday Night Rivalry game in his Weekes on the Web blog. Weekes also will assist fans with three must-watch elements of the game.

The Chicago Blackhawks and St. Louis Blues have had similar regular-season success during the past six seasons; each has won the Central Division twice. But the similarities end when the Stanley Cup Playoffs begin. The Blackhawks have won the Cup three times in the past six seasons; the Blues have lost in the first round of the in each of the past three seasons.

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Wednesday Night Rivalry

Blackhawks, Blues pushing for first place

Central Division battle heats up Wednesday Night Rivalry

by John Kreiser @jkreiser7713 / NHL.com Managing Editor

There's a three-way race for first place in the Central Division, and two of the teams involved will try to take a big step forward when the Chicago Blackhawks visit the St. Louis Blues in the Wednesday Night Rivalry game at Scottrade Center (8 p.m. ET; NBCSN, TVA Sports).

The Blackhawks enter the game two points ahead of the Blues, largely because they are 2-0-1 against St. Louis this season, including a victory in each of the past two games. Chicago and St. Louis are battling the Dallas Stars for first in the division and the opportunity to avoid facing one of the other two in the Western Conference First Round of the Stanley Cup Playoffs.

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NHL Insider

Tarasenko focused on Blues' success more than his

Forward closing in on NHL career-high goals

by Louie Korac / NHL.com Correspondent

ST. LOUIS -- Vladimir Tarasenko has scored at least 30 goals in back-to-back seasons and has a chance in the final 15 games to surpass his NHL career-high of 37.

But don't talk to the St. Louis Blues forward about personal success. To him, it's all about the team. Winning means everything.

"I'm not thinking about it right now," Tarasenko said. "It's thanks to my teammates to let me do this [for a] second year in a row."

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injury

Hossa return could remedy Blackhawks issues

First line has struggled in injury absence of sturdy right wing

by Brian Hedger / NHL.com Correspondent

Hossa on returning from injury

Marian Hossa on returning from injury

Marian Hossa talks to reporters after returning to practice

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CHICAGO -- The wait is almost over for the Chicago Blackhawks, who are eager to see what their top line looks like with Marian Hossa back on the right wing.

Hossa, who's missed eight games with a lower-body injury, might play against the St. Louis Blues at Scottrade Center on Wednesday (8 p.m. ET; NBCSN, TVA Sports). Hossa practiced for the first time Tuesday since getting injured going for a loose puck against Anaheim Ducks defenseman Hampus Lindholm on Feb. 13.

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