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Blues get 5 goals from 5 players in 5-2 win over Predators

Brayden Schenn, Jordan Kyrou, Alexey Toropchenko, Robert Thomas and Brendan Saad all scored and Jordan Binnington made 24 saves to earn the win.
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St. Louis Blues' Brandon Saad, right, celebrates after scoring past Nashville Predators goaltender Juuse Saros, left, during the second period of an NHL hockey game Thursday, Jan. 19, 2023, in St. Louis. (AP Photo/Jeff Roberson)

ST. LOUIS — Robert Thomas and Brendan Saad each had a goal and an assist, sending the St. Louis Blues to a 5-2 victory Thursday night over the Nashville Predators.

Jordan Binnington made 24 saves and tied Grant Fuhr for fourth place in Blues history with 108 career wins. Brayden Schenn, Jordan Kyrou and Alexey Toropchenko also scored for St. Louis.

Colton Sissons, playing in his 500th NHL game, and Mattias Ekholm scored for Nashville.

The Blues went ahead 1-0 on Schenn's wrister 11 seconds into the second period. The shot caromed off the stick of defenseman Ryan McDonagh and past goalie Juuse Saros.

Schenn scored in overtime to give the Blues a 1-0 victory the previous time the teams played.

The Predators tied it at 2:36 when Sissons was left alone during a bad Blues line change.

Saad put St. Louis back on top with a backhand shot between Saros' legs at 8:30. St. Louis rookie Tyler Tucker assisted to earn his first NHL point.

Kyrou also used a backhand to score a power-play goal at 15:34. He has 10 points (five goals, five assists) in nine games against Nashville.

The Blues added two quick goals in the third. Thomas scored at 1:03 and Toropchenko followed at 2:01.

Nashville's final goal came from Ekholm at 17:52.

A goal by Nashville’s Tommy Novak was overturned when officials ruled goaltender interference at 2:03 of the first period. Jeremy Lauzon made contact with Binnington before Novak tapped in a rebound.


The Blues had 33 shots on goal. They had been held under 30 for seven straight games. ... Nashville failed on its three power-play chances and is 1 for 24 over its last eight games. ... RW Vladimir Tarasenko (hand), D Torey Krug (lower body), D Robert Bortuzzo (lower body), D Marco Scandella (hip) and LW Logan Brown (upper body) all participated in Thursday morning's optional skate for the Blues. None played against Nashville. ... The Blues wore their white road jerseys at home for the second and final time this season. ... The Predators reassigned D Roland McKeown to the Milwaukee Admirals of the AHL. ... Nashville D Mark Borowiecki (upper body) sat out. ... Blues C Nikita Alexandrov (upper body) is day-to-day.


Predators: Host the Los Angeles Kings on Saturday.

Blues: Host the Chicago Blackhawks on Saturday.

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