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Blues-Canucks: St. Louis’ Best Effort Not Enough

Published by on April 22, 2009
Article Source: Bleacher Report - NHL

With the Blues playoff life hanging by a thread, they came out determined to extend the series. Within the first two minutes, both teams had produced golden opportunities to open the scoring, as first Blues T.J. Oshie and then the Sedins, stormed the respective nets.

The Blues definitely had their chances, as the Canucks put themselves down two men and then took another penalty late in the first period. Once again the Blues' power play failed to score, as the Canucks' penalty kill took away the shooting lanes, forced St. Louis shooters to take shots from the perimeter, blocked shots, and Louie did his thing.

Nucks first goal, was the result of Steve Bernier’s fore-checking on Blues D, Carlo Colaiacova, whose tu...

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