GOTTA SEE IT: Blues’ Jake Allen Makes Three Consecutive Saves On Senators’ 2-on-0
- David Perron’s second goal broke a tie with 5:06 left in the third period, and the St. Louis Blues defeated the Ottawa Senators 6-4 at Canadian Tire Centre on Thursday.
- Perron’s snap shot bounced off Anders Nilsson’s left pad and into the top right corner to make it 5-4.
- Perron scored his 200th and 201st NHL goals, Ryan O’Reilly scored and had three assists, and Jake Allen made 25 saves for the Blues (3-0-1), who won their third straight game.
- Vitaly Abramov scored his first NHL goal, and Nilsson made 31 saves for the Senators, who are off to the worst start in their history (0-3-0).
- Abramov gave the Senators a 1-0 lead at 8:10 of the first period when he shot into an open net after Allen misplayed a dump-in behind the net.
- Artem Anisimov one-timed a pass from Connor Brown at the top of the slot to make it 2-0 with 53 seconds remaining. It was his first goal with Ottawa.
- Perron cut it to 2-1 with a wrist shot on the power play at 9:07 of the second.
- Oskar Sundqvist picked up a loose puck following a face-off in the offensive zone and made it 2-2 at 11:32.
- Chris Tierney scored shorthanded on a breakaway to give Ottawa a 3-2 lead at 17:49.
- Jay Bouwmeester’s one-timer from the point made it through traffic in front and got under Nilsson to tie it 3-3 at 1:38 of the third.
- Brayden Schenn gave St. Louis a 4-3 lead on a 2-on-1 at 12:47.
- Anthony Duclair beat Allen with a wrist shot to tie it 4-4 at 14:12.
- O’Reilly scored into an empty net with 1:16 remaining for the 6-4 final.
Sources & Credits: NHL, Callum Fraser, St. Louis Blues, Ottawa Senators
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“I thought we played hard and we gave ourselves a chance… We found ways to get scoring chances but we made mistakes that ended up in our net.”#Sens head coach D.J. Smith speaks to the media after tonight’s loss to the Blues. pic.twitter.com/URsYNG9mbF
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