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1st period: Blues 2, Blackhawks 0

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1298336433 49 1st period: Blues 2, Blackhawks 0

The Blues lead the Blackhawks 2-0after the first period. Andy McDonald and Brad Boyes have the goalsfor the Blues. It was McDonald’s 13th goal of the season and No. 12for Boyes. Ben Bishop had nine saves.

With 3:11 left in the period, theBlues go up 2-0 on a goal from the right circle by winger BradBoyes, his 12th. Assists to B.J. Crombeen and T.J. Oshie.

The Blues have scored at least onepower-play goal in five consecutive games, matching a season highfrom Nov. 13-Nov. 20. in their current streak, the Blues are 8 for19 with the man advantage, including 4 of their last 6.

Andy McDonald puts the Blues on top at15:04, sliding in a rebound off a Patrik Berglund shot on the powerplay. It’s McDonald’s 13th goal. Newcomer Chris Stewart andBerglund get assists.

Blues get the game’s first power play,with 5:36 left in the period. Chicago’s Troy Brouwer is off forinterference.

Sobotka is back on the ice.

Blues forward Vladimir Sobotka hasgone to the locker room after taking a puck to the head area.

Blues 0, Blackhawks 0 … 9:38 left inthe 1st period.

The Blues are outshooting theBlackhawks 5-0 in the early going.

Blues 0, Blackhawks 0 … with 13:58left in the 1st period.

The Blues and Blackhawks are underway at Scottrade Center.


Andy McDonald-DavidBackes-Chris Stewart

Alex Steen-PatrikBerglund-T.J. Oshie

Brad Winchester-VladimirSobotka-Brad Boyes

B.J. Crombeen-MattD’Agostini-Cam Janssen

Barret Jackman-AlexPietrangelo

Nikita Nikitin-RomanPolak

Carlo Colaiacovo-KevinShattenkirk

Ben Bishop

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