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LA Kings Feel The Blues After St. Louis Edges Them 1-0
31.10.2016 00:31

Schwartz had let slip serious enough chances this season.

Jake Allen stopped 27 shots Schwartz scored early in the third period, BLackhawks jersey sale, leading the St. Louis Blues on the company's Los Angeles Kings 1-0 on Saturday night.

Schwartz scored 3:43 in the third off a pass from JORI Lehtera, beating puck in front of the goalkeeper past Peter Budaj.

. ", It's nice to see that go in've been missing a lot missing," Schwartz said. "It was a huge play. I got it from my stick as soon as possible. I wanted to rip that one. I've had some this year and missed."

Allen got his first shutout of the season and 12 th of his career.

"You just keep playing your game and try not to let anything bother you," Allen said. "If you need a shutout, so be it, but do not want to get ahead too far away from yourself. It's just kind of one minute at a time."

Schwartz got the first goal by the Blues ahead in 169 minutes, 22 seconds. Vladimir Tarsenko also assisted on the first goal of the season Schwartz.

Los Angeles challenged the play offsides, but endorsed this goal.

The Budaj 24 saves. He had won five in a row dating to last season.

"I think it's just sometimes good players make the play well," said Budaj from the goal. "It's nice to play for them, and give credit to them. Sometimes you get bounces and sometimes you do not."

Before the goal Schwartz, was sparse work in hard-hitting game. The Los Angeles just 10 shots in each of the first two periods, the Blues had 13 shots after two periods.

"This day has not been on the beach for both teams this kind of game," said St. Louis coach Ken Hitchcock. "This was, hard, heavy hockey game played well."

Blues had only one goal in five of the last six games.

"We play kind of like Italian football, 1-0 good defense, and it's only one goal," said Lehtera. "that, s enough."

And St. Louis won three in a row against the Kings, Scott darling jersey, who entered the game with four consecutive victories - three in overtime and one in a shootout.

Kings and scored a goal in five power play chances of failure. This season, St. Louis has killed 30 of 32 power plays.

He said Blues defenseman Jay Bouwmeester "sanctions killed only is work." "Ultimately, the goalkeeper is the best penalty killer and Jake has been coming up with some great saves."

Blues did not score in four chances with the extra man.

Leaving Los Angeles defenseman Braden McNabb in the third period in the early due to an injury in the upper part of the body and did not return.

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