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  • Earned their first overtime win of the year and ninth road victory overall. They are now just three shy of Los Angeles for the league-lead in that category

  • Handed the Blue Jackets their first loss of the season in games which they have led after two periods. In fact, the Jackets had gone 36-0-0 in their last 37 games under that scenario
  • Improved their record in inter-conference play since 2010-11 to a league-best 35-9-5
  • David Backes notched the game-winning goal just 22 seconds into overtime. It was his first career overtime goal and his 16th goal overall this season. Backes now has three goals in his last two games and trails only Chicago's Patrick Kane (17) for the league-lead in among U.S.-born players
  • Vladimir Tarasenko broke a four-game drought with his third career two-goal game. In addition, Tarasenko's second goal was his fourth on the power play this year, which etched a new career high
  • Chris Stewart knotted the score at 3-3 in the third period with his 7th goal of the year. Stewart now has goals in back-to-back games for the first time this season and the first time overall since Mar. 14th and 16th last season
  • Jay Bouwmeester recorded his 21st assist of the year, tying Ottawa's Erik Karlsson for 2nd among all defensemen
  • Derek Roy tallied an assist, extending his point streak to three games (1-2-3). Now with 22 points on the year (8-14-22), he is just six shy of his total from all of last season
  • Alex Pietrangelo notched an assist in his second straight game after going point-less in his previous seven outings
  • Brenden Morrow logged two assists for his third multi-point game as a Blue. In addition, it was his first multi-assist game since last season on Apr. 22 in Ottawa

  • The Blues visit Ottawa Monday, Dec. 16 at 6:30 p.m. (ct) at Canadian Tire Centre
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