The St. Louis Blues surprised their fans with a brilliant performance, defeating the Canucks in OT in Game 3. There were forty-nine shots, and in the end, the Blues earned a 3-2 overtime win of the Western First Round.
Brayden Schenn, who scored on a breakaway with less than five minutes to go in the extra frame, noticed that it was not an easy win, but the company is trying hard to show better results in each game. Schenn’s goal, which led the Blues to win, was his first goal of the post-season.
Most Important Goals
So, Schenn was circling in the neutral zone, then took a stretch pass and scored. So, this goal is considered one of the most important goals in the game, as no one knows whether the Blues would have won without it.
Other Blues’ players who showed great performance are Justin Faulk and David Perron. Both of them scored.
Speaking about the Canucks, J.T. Miller and Elias Pettersson scored. All the goals took place in the second period.
There were several other important moments during the game. For example, Faulk tied the game, so now he has two goals in twenty-seven games.
He noticed that it was an ideal time to tie the game and he managed to do it. Faulk also said he was very happy because of the outcome the Blues had had that night.
Craig Berube noticed that Allen’s play was amazing. Berube said that Allen is a very hard-working and perfectly prepared person, who is always eager to practice.
Berube also explained that Tarasenko and Steen will come back very soon (as they didn’t play, as well as Myers).
This game of the Western First Round. was certainly super interesting to watch, so now both the Canucks and Blues fans are looking forward to the next game.
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