With the Central Division as tight as it is, the Blues are in a dire need to win as many games as possible.

Trailing the Nashville Predators and Winnipeg Jets by four points for the top spot in the division, the Blues need to worry more now about who's behind them rather than ahead of them with the Dallas Stars nipping at their heels one point back for third place. Minnesota (28-19-5) is six points back with two games in hand.

After tonight, the Blues entertain Colorado Thursday before playing at Winnipeg Friday.

"I'm not looking at all of them. I'm looking at tonight's," Yeo said. "That's the only way you can do it or you'll drive yourself crazy. The Central Division, the West, if you start looking at the big picture, then you're going to go nuts. It seems like night after night, teams you want to lose, they're on the winning side of things. So for us, it's just a matter of us getting ready for tonight, pour everything we have into that and move on.

"You look at (scores). That's normal. You come into the rink and you're doing your work and the NHL Network or whatever is on in the background. It's easy to say, but we just can't get caught up in that stuff. We just have to make sure we stay focused on ourselves."