The Blues won their fourth consecutive win by beating the Chicago Blackhawks, 4-0, with the help of Jordan Kyrou and Pavel Buchnevich.

Perron scored a goal in the third period to open a four-game series. Brayden Schenn scored two assists for St. Louis and Jordan Binnington recorded 30 saves during his second shutout.

The Blues moved to 3-0-1 against Blackhawks, concluding their season series. They beat Chicago 5-1 in St. Louis in their previous meeting.

Marc-Andre Fleury made 31 stops in Chicago, turning down many quality opportunities for St. Louis. The Blackhawks (19-27-8), lost their fourth game in five.

The Blues (32-14-6), decided to stay after Kyrou completed a lovely passing sequence with Schenn at 2:26 in the second.


DALLAS (AP), Michael Raffl scored two goals to end a 16-game drought of goalless games. Jake Oettinger also made 38 saves for Stars.

Raffl scored the game’s first goal in the first period. It was his first since Jan. 6. He added his sixth goal of the season late into the second period. This was Raffl’s third consecutive multi-goal game, in 560 NHL games.

Stars also had Denis Gurianov and Roope Hintz scoring for them. They have scored in seven of their nine last games (6-2-1).

Cody Eakin and Tage Thompson scored for the Buffao. They are currently 0-6-0 in six of their last six games.

Raffl, who was signed last July as a free agent, deflected Radek Faksa’s shot just beyond the right circle to score the game’s first goal, at 15:43 in the first period. After Anderson had stopped Tyler Seguin’s shot, Raffl scored at 16:16 in the second period. He took a second effort shot at the crease and made it 3-1.


RALEIGH (N.C.) — Teuvo Teravainen scored a goal and assisted Sebastian Aho. Carolina won its fifth consecutive game.

Andrei Svechnikov was a two-time Hurricanes’ assister, while Frederik Andersen recorded 29 saves in his league-leading 29th win.

Derek Ryan scored Edmonton’s unassisted goal one day after his first career triple hat trick. Edmonton was on its third stop in a five-game tour.


GLENDALE (AZ.) — Kyle Connor scored twice during the third period, breaking Winnipeg’s four-game skid.

Blake Wheeler, Evgeny Skechnikov, and Adam Lowry all scored for the Jets. They overcame a 3-2 deficit in third period.

For Arizona, Jakob Chychrun, Nick Ritchie and Barrett Hayton each scored. Ritchie also contributed an assist in the Coyotes’ second game after being purchased from Toronto nine days earlier.

Eric Comrie saved 27 times in his first start since February 17. In Winnipeg’s 26 most recent games, Comrie has made three starts and the Jets have won each of them.