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Carolina Hurricanes' Drayson Bowman (21) and Montreal Canadiens' David Desharnais (51) chase the puck during the second period of an NHL hockey game in Raleigh, N.C., Saturday, Feb. 8, 2014. (AP Photo/Gerry Broome)
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First Published Feb 09 2014 10:57 am • Last Updated Feb 09 2014 11:27 pm

BLUES 4, JETS 3

ST. LOUIS • T.J. Oshie and Vladimir Tarasenko scored in a shootout to give the St. Louis Blues a 4-3 victory over the Winnipeg Jets on Saturday.

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The crowd chanted "USA! USA! as Oshie skated in on Al Montoya and beat him. Tarasenko then scored, giving the Blues the victory in their final game before the Olympic break.

Blues goalie Brian Elliott stopped Bryan Little and Andrew Ladd in the tiebreaker.

Brenden Morrow, Derek Roy and Jaden Schwartz scored in regulation for the Blues, 15-0-1 against Central Division rivals. They are 22-5-3 at home and 39-12-6 overall.

Mark Scheifele scored twice, and Dustin Byfuglien added a goal for Winnipeg.

LIGHTNING 4, RED WINGS 2

TAMPA, Fla. • Alex Killorn scored a tiebreaking goal late in the third period, Ondrej Palat had two goals and the Lightning beat Detroit in the Red Wings’ 6,000th regular-season game.

Killorn beat Jimmy Howard from just outside the crease to give the Lightning a 3-2 lead with 3:11 to play. Palat added an empty-net goal with 63 seconds left.


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Tampa Bay also got a goal from Tom Pyatt. The Lightning, who had lost four of five, are second in the Atlantic Division, one-point ahead of Montreal and Toronto.

Daniel Alfredsson and Tomas Jurco scored for Detroit, which has record of 2,761-2,320-815-104.

BRUINS 7, SENATORS 2

BOSTON • Patrice Bergeron scored twice and added an assist as the Bruins went into the Olympic break with a win over the Senators.

Bergeron, who will join Team Canada for the Olympics, was one of several Bruins with multiple points before joining their national teams in Sochi, Russia. David Krejci of the Czech Republic and Sweden’s Loui Eriksson added a pair of assists apiece.

Brad Marchand had a goal and two assists, Jarome Iginla a goal and assist and Reilly Smith a pair of assists for Boston.

The Bruins outshot the Senators 42-28 and chased Ottawa goalie Craig Anderson after taking a 5-1 lead early in the third on a goal by Milan Lucic.

CAPITALS 3 DEVILS 0

WASHINGTON • Julien Brouillette broke a scoreless tie with his first NHL goal midway through the third period, Braden Holtby stopped 25 shots and the Capitals beat the Devils in the teams’ final game before the Olympic break.

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