Columbus 2, St. Louis 1

Tuesday, February 14, 2012 7:00 PM

Final Scoring Summary

Team Records

Team W/L Home Away Streak
St. Louis 34-15-1-6 24-3-1-3 10-12-0-3 L1
Columbus 17-34-1-5 10-15-1-2 7-19-0-3 W1


Derek Dorsett scored his career-high 10th goal of the season and David Perron had a goal disallowed in the final four seconds of the game as the Columbus Blue Jackets prevailed over the visiting St. Louis Blues 2-1 on Tuesday.

After the Blues pulled the goalie for the extra attacker, Perron pushed the puck in with his right hand as he toppled Blue Jackets goaltender Steve Mason. The referees signaled a goal, but after a lengthy review the call was reversed to give the Blue Jackets the win and snap the Blues’ four-game winning streak.

Dorsett went hard to the net and beat Jaroslav Halak on a rebound to give Columbus a 2-1 lead 6:49 into the third period.

David Backes scored in the first period to give the Blues a 1-0 lead before James Wisniewski fired a bullet from the point on the power play with less than a second remaining in the period to knot the game at 1-1.

Mason made 31 saves for his seventh win of the season.

Columbus scored on the power play for the sixth straight game, a season high.

Early in the third period, a fan tossed some chocolate-covered strawberries onto the ice, temporarily delaying play.

Top Game Performances

St. Louis   Columbus
David Backes 1 Points Derek Dorsett 1
David Backes 1 Goals Derek Dorsett 1
David Perron 1 Assists Jeff Carter 1
N/A Power Play Goals James Wisniewski 1
David Backes 1 Short Handed Goals N/A
Jaroslav Halak .939 Save Percentage Steve Mason .969
Jaroslav Halak 31 Saves Steve Mason 31

Team Stats Summary

Team Shots Goals Power Play Penalty Kill Penalty Mins Face Offs Won
St. Louis 32 1 0-1 3-4 15 35
Columbus 33 2 1-4 1-1 9 25

Upcoming Games

  • Columbus will play its next game at home against Chicago. The Blue Jackets have a W/L % of .118 after a win and .375 after a loss.
  • St. Louis will play its next game at home against NY Islanders. The Blues have a W/L % of .588 after a win and .636 after a loss.
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