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Singing the Blues After A Blown Three-Goal Lead

If this was last year this would have been a regular headline; one that showed the Islanders blow a multi-goal lead.

Flyers Lose in Shootout to Blues

In 1899, the state of Missouri earned the nickname of being “The Show Me State” after a speech made by Congressman Willard Vandiver (in Philadelphia of all places).

On Tuesday night at the Scottrade Center, the Flyers and Blues did just that as St. Louis defeated the Flyers 1-0 in a shootout.

In a game marked by plenty of offensive chances for both teams, goaltending was the true standout star of the night. Recently acquired goaltender Ryan Miller and Flyers back up Ray Emery put on a show in what was a scenario not seen very much in today’s NHL.

Hossa In: Game Preview

 

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CHI v STL - Game Preview

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Marian Hossa is back in the Chicago Blackhawks lineup for Thursday night’s matchup against the St. Louis Blues. 

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Kings Reclaim Division Lead with 1-0 Shootout Victory

Hard to imagine where Kings might be without this man. HINT- Picture last place. (Photo by Stephen Dunn/Getty Images)

A defensive and goaltending battle for the ages went down to the wire Thursday night at the Staples Center as the Los Angeles Kings earned a 1-0 shootout victory over the Western Conference-leading St. Louis Blues.

The only three “goals” of the evening, courtesy of Jeff Carter, Mike Richards and T.J. Oshie, came in the shootout. L.A.’s Jonathan Quick was rewarded with the win thanks to his thirty-five save effort—it was also the goaltender’s eighth shutout of the season...