St. Louis tied the 1981-82 team for the longest skid away from home with its 10th straight defeat last Wednesday, 3-2 to Detroit.
The Blues, though, have since won back-to-back games and are trying to record three consecutive victories for the first time since a four-game run from March 25-30, 2004.
St. Louis hasn’t won in its last seven visits to Vancouver since a 5-2 victory on Nov. 11, 2000, but has beaten the Canucks by a combined 8-1 score in both meetings between the teams this season.
“They say the first one is the hardest,” Glumac said. “I’m just glad to have that one behind me.”
The Canucks followed a 3-4-0 road trip with a 7-4 win over Columbus on Monday, their sixth straight victory at home.
“We’re confident in it,” Bertuzzi said. “Too many people get too impatient with it, but you can’t score every single power play, you can’t score every single game on it.”
Sedin, whose twin brother, Henrik, had two assists to extend his point streak to five games, has three goals and five assists during a four-game point streak of his own.
The Canucks are 82-21-14 all time when both twins record a point in the same game.