Blues win shootout after scoreless game

– Brian Elliott of St. Louis and the Flyers' Steve Mason both earned shutouts, but Elliott picked up the win in a shootout as the host Blues edged Philadelphia 1-0 on Thursday night.

Elliott made 28 saves through overtime, and Mason stopped 35 shots. T.J. Oshie and Vladimir Tarasenko scored in the shootout for the Blues, and Elliott stopped both Philadelphia attempts in the tiebreaker.

The Blues have won three straight and are 43-19-5.

HIGHLIGHTS

•CHICAGO COMES THOUGH: Despite outshooting Arizona 45-18, the Blackhawks needed a power-play goal by Brad Richards with 7:11 to go in the third period to top the host Coyotes 2-1.

•BRUINS EKE ONE OUT: Boston forward Brad Marchand scored in the third round of the shootout to clinch a 3-2 home victory against Tampa Bay. Marchand and linemate Patrice Bergeron each scored in the shootout for the Bruins.

•MILE HIGH SHOOTOUT: Jarome Iginla scored the decisive goal in the shootout after scoring in the second period, and Colorado defeated the Devils 2-1 at Pepsi Center.

•JETS GO DOWN: Aleksander Barkov scored the go-ahead goal late in the third period, lifting host Florida over the Jets 4-2. Brad Boyes and Derek Mackenzie also scored for Florida.

•STARS SHINE: Alex Goligoski, Cody Eakin and Patrick Eaves each had a goal and an assist, lifting Dallas to a 5-3 victory over host Carolina.

•PENGUINS ESCAPE: Steve Downie and Patric Hornqvist scored just over a minute apart late in the third period, and Pittsburgh avoided an embarrassing collapse with a 6-4 victory over visiting Edmonton. Downie's rebound gave the Penguins the lead after they let a four-goal lead slip away.

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