Blues fall to Ducks 4-1 to end point streak

St. Louis Post-Dispatch
Blues fall to Ducks 4-1 to end point streak
Blues fall to Ducks 4-1 to end point streak

Anaheim took a 2-0 lead into the second period, and the Blues had cut in half on a goal by Dunn that Anaheim goalie John Gibson wasn't expecting. The Blues had a power play and a chance to catch up on a high-sticking call on Devin Shore, but late in the penalty, Faulk tried to pass in his own end to Dunn and gave the puck to Derek Grant, who came in alone on Jordan Binnington and scored to make it 3-1. It's the third shorthanded goal the Blues have allowed this season in 21 games. Oskar Sundqvist spent four minutes in the penalty box after running into Gibson behind the Anaheim goal, where he had gone to play the puck. This was not well received by Gibson's teammates, who descended on Sundqvist.

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