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Blues stretch home winning streak to five games

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by NHL Public Relations @PR_NHL

The Dallas Stars tied the game twice in the third period, but Vladimir Tarasenko scored the winner with 1:36 remaining in overtime to help the St. Louis Blues extend their home winning streak to five games.

* The Blues have earned points in 10 consecutive home games (8-0-2) and are 10-1-2 at Scottrade Center. Their last 10-game home point streak came from Jan. 28 - March 27, 2014, when they also went 8-0-2.

* Jake Allen picked up his sixth straight victory overall and his fifth in a row at home, the longest home winning streak of his career. Allen is 8-0-2 with a 1.57 goals-against average and a .940 save percentage at home this season. According to Elias, Allen is the first Blues goaltender to earn at least a point in 10 straight home games in one season since Jaroslav Halak did so from Dec. 8, 2011 - March 8, 2012 (13-0-1).

* David Perron stretched his point streak to eight games (3-8-11) to set a career high, surpassing the mark he previously set from Feb. 7-18, 2012 (6-3-9 in seven games).

* Tarasenko has earned a point in 10 of his last 12 games (6-8-14). He is tied for third in NHL scoring with 10-13-23.

* Jaden Schwartz picked up an assist to extend his point streak to seven games (5-4-9), one shy of his personal best eight-game streak accomplished from Dec. 19, 2013 - Jan. 4, 2014 (7-3-10) and Dec. 11, 2014 - Jan. 13, 2015 (6-6-12).

Video: Tarasenko tallies OT winner in Blues' 4-3 victory



Home Team in Caps

NY ISLANDERS 2, Calgary 1 (OT)
ST. LOUIS 4, Dallas 3 (OT)



John Tavares recorded 1-1-2, including a top-shelf wrist shot, in the New York Islanders' overtime victory. He leads New York with 6-11-17 this season … Stars defenseman Jamie Oleksiak (2-0-2) earned his first career multigoal game, including a beautiful end-to-end rush, after having previously scored two goals during his 86-game NHL career … The Florida Panthers named general manager Tom Rowe as interim coach. … ICYMI: Senators goaltender Craig Anderson , Devils forward Michael Cammalleri and Sharks defenseman Brent Burns were named the NHL's "Three Stars" for the week ending Nov. 27.

Video: CGY@NYI: Tavares roofs Bailey's no-look feed



All Times Eastern

Carolina @ NY Rangers, 7 p.m., SNE, SNP, MSG, FS-CR
Tampa Bay @ Columbus, 7 p.m., FS-O, SUN
Boston @ Philadelphia, 7:30 p.m., SNO, TVA Sports, NBCSN, NESN
Buffalo @ Ottawa, 7:30 p.m., RDS2, TSN5, MSG-B
Dallas @ Detroit, 7:30 p.m., FS-D, FS-SW
New Jersey @ Winnipeg, 8 p.m., TSN3, MSG+
Florida @ Chicago, 8:30 p.m., CSN-CH, FS-F
Nashville @ Colorado, 9 p.m., ALT, FS-TN
Toronto @ Edmonton, 9 p.m., NBCSN, SNW, TSN4
Minnesota @ Vancouver, 10 p.m., SNP, FS-N
Montreal @ Anaheim, 10 p.m., FS-W, SNE, RDS
Arizona @ San Jose, 10 p.m., CSN-CA, FS-A



The two most recent No. 1 selections in the NHL draft, Connor McDavid (2015) and Auston Matthews (2016), face off for the second time when the Toronto Maple Leafs visit the Edmonton Oilers. McDavid, who has 5-5-10 during his current five-game point streak, leads the League with 10-19-29 in 23 games. Matthews, who has scored three goals in his past two games, is tied for the Maple Leafs' goal-scoring lead and ranks third among all rookies with 9-8-17 in his 21 games. The Maple Leafs won the first game between the clubs on Nov. 1 at Air Canada Centre, powered by a two-goal effort, including the overtime winner, by Nazem Kadri.

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