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First line of Blues in top gear

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The St. Louis Blues have been practically unstoppable this season, especially their top line of Brayden Schenn, Vladimir Tarasenko and Jaden Schwartz. Just ask the Edmonton Oilers.

Schenn (two goals, two assists), Tarasenko (two goals, two assists) and Schwartz (one goal, three assists) combined for 12 points in an 8-3 victory at Scottrade Center on Tuesday. The Blues (16-5-1, 33 points), moved one point ahead of the Tampa Bay Lightning (15-3-2) for most points in the NHL.

The Blues scored at least eight goals in a game for the first time since 2010-11 and the fifth time since 1997-98. They are 8-2 at home this season; the fifth time the Blues have earned eight wins through the first 10 home games of a season and the first time since 2010-11 (8-1-1).

 

Adams Trophy Tracker

New Jersey Devils coach Jon Hynes edged Gerard Gallant of the Vegas Golden Knights and Jon Cooper of the Tampa Bay Lightning in a vote by NHL.com staffers as the favorite to win the Jack Adams Award through the first quarter of the NHL season.

 

Super 16: Predators on the rise

The Lightning remained the top team in the Super 16 power rankings for the sixth straight week, but the Nashville Predators and Winnipeg Jets both jumped into the top five.

 

Penguins sign kids from Make-A-Wish Foundation to contracts

The Pittsburgh Penguins signed five kids from Make-A-Wish Foundation to one-day contracts, giving them the thrill of a lifetime by practicing with the team.

 

Canucks score twice in 19 seconds in win

Daniel Sedin and Brock Boeser scored 19 seconds apart during the first period of the Vancouver Canucks 5-2 win against the Philadelphia Flyers. Boeser's goal was the first of two for the game. He has nine on the season, second among rookies to Clayton Keller (11) of the Arizona Coyotes.

 

Junior reporter schools Sharks on history of Movember

The San Jose Sharks weren't up on the history of Movember, but the team's intrepid junior reporter, Olivia, was there to help.

 

Bishop robs Pacioretty with glove

Dallas Stars goalie Ben Bishop stole a sure goal from Montreal Canadiens captain Max Pacioretty with a glove save during the first period of the Stars' 3-1 win.

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