Volodymyr Tarasenko lost to his ball point.
Protection lost its impact line.
But the blues did not lose.
After ramming 2: 0 in the third period, Ryan O'Reilly scored 34 seconds in overtime giving a Blues 3-2 victory over Toronto and a 1
"This means a lot," Interim Coach Craig Berube said. "Credits are given to players. These are the guys. These are the guys who made the record and went out and played this game and did the job. It's on them."
It was O'Reilly's 23rd goal of the season and he left for a 2-1 break with Tarasenko on the left wing. Who will defend, is not it?
"These are two guys. I mean that it's so difficult for them to handle," said Alex Captain, a bluff captain. "Even in practice it's hard, right?
" You have a boy like (O & # 39; Reilly) who works. They both work. They both do things. Face 2-on-1 with these guys whom you take?
After the defeat at the second end, O'Reilly ripped Tarasenko from the right flank on his flank, but came to a high position. shot for his fourth season winner, defeating goalkeeper Maple Leafs Frederick Andersen
The blues improved to 32-22-5, Toronto fell to 36-20-3
during the second pulse period in the third and second half. 39; Zac Hayman and Auston Matthews played 2-2 on goal in just 31 seconds from each other.
The purpose of Hyman, which followed the blouse turnover in its zone, ended St. Louis. the defeat of failure in 233 minutes 50 seconds – is the second long, fruitless sequence in the history of the franchise, exceeded only 258: 30, not allowing to score in the season 2015-16.
Blues had four consecutive closings in March of this
Matthews then made 2-2 on the tip-in that entered his skate at 7:05 – the third. It was his 28th goal in the season and his first point in six matches against the blues.
Toronto played St. Louis in the second period, ahead of them 16-13 and winning more than their share in the pucks. In some cases, the blues was careless with the puck in its own zone.
But the blackmail boss Jordan Binnington turned out to be an equalizer _ or maybe an elastic _ on Tuesday in the Enterprise Center, because the blues "supported the entry 2-0 At the beginning of the third period, he squeezed a close shot of William Nyulander and stopped the striker Zack Hayman again In the last two minutes of a second, he stopped John Tavares, who remained alone in the immediate slot.
By the middle of the second period, Blues reached its second-longest distance in the accounts, defending itself in the history of the franchise, and by the end of the period he art the show was at a level of 227 minutes 16 seconds without giving a gate.
It was more than 30 minutes from the recording of the franchise set in the 2015-16 season, when Blues tightened four consecutive closings in March.
For the seventh consecutive game, Blues took 2-0 lead The goals from Jaden Schwartz and Colton Parayco made a 2-0 win after one Tuesday time against Toronto at Enterprise Center The early change of the fourth line of McKenzie McEchner, Ivan Barbashev and Robert Thomas made shots on goal. Per shift
For the period Blues surpassed Leafs 19-9.
But Schwartz got an account after Toronto recently bought a defender (from LA Kings), Jake Muzzin, slipped and lost.
Alexander Stin, returning to the post after having missed two games through the birth of his daughter, threw himself into the puck and found Tyler Bozak and Schwartz alone in defense of Toronto. Steen switched to Bozak at the edge of the left person's face, and then Bozak fed Schwartz's back. This was the third goal in the last games for Schwarz, as the 22-game irresponsible line ended and his sixth in the season.
This gave the Blues lead 1: 0 at the mark of 10:13 first. . Later on, Colton Paraygo was hovering in the nest, then shot. With one of the hardest blows in the game, Parayo's strike came out of the net so quickly that he was not originally assigned at first.
But after 19 seconds the horn broke out on Enterprise, stopping the game. This item was revised, and it was clear on repeat that this was a goal. It was the 10th season of Parayka, the high level of the card, and gave "Blues" its 2: 0 at the mark of 17:42 of the period.