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NASHVILLE -- Pucks just keep going in for Alexander Steen. Carlos Hyde Jersey . Steen scored his ninth and 10th goals of the season to lead the St. Louis Blues to a 6-1 win over the Nashville Predators on Saturday night. T.J. Oshie, Jaden Schwartz, Derek Roy and Alex Pietrangelo also scored for the Blues, who had lost three of four including a home loss to Vancouver in overtime Friday night. Nick Spaling scored for Nashville, which has lost two of three as it sets out on a season-long seven-game road trip. St. Louis has won four straight in Nashville for the first time. "I thought we played really well, but it was a strange game," St. Louis coach Ken Hitchcock said. "For the two teams that play each other, we dont give up many of scoring chances and they dont give up many, but there seemed to be a lot of scoring chances." Steen scored the games first goal at 5:27 of the opening period. With the Blues on a power play, Steen beat Nashville goaltender Carter Hutton with a wrist shot from above the left faceoff dot. A screen from teammate Chris Stewart helped Steen score his ninth of the season. "Theres no way that goes in, too far out to beat him with a wrister unless (Stewart) takes away his eyes," Steen said. "I thought we had good jump and we got out of the gates a lot quicker than we did last night." He has at least one goal in all but one of St. Louis games this season. Oshie and Schwartz scored 4:02 apart in the second period to send the Blues into the second intermission up 3-0. Spaling got the Predators on the board with a short-handed goal less than a minute into the third when he scored his first goal of the season on breakaway, beating St. Louis goaltender Jaroslav Halak on the stick side. "We were feeling good in here and we had a lot of momentum off those first couple of periods," Oshie said. "I think we responded really well even though giving up short-handed goals is a tough act to follow." The Blues put the game out of reach after Steen scored his second of the game at 4:37 and Roy followed at 7:48. Steen already has surpassed his goal total from the lockout-shortened 2012-13 season, when he had eight in 40 games. "From us, we need a little more production from our forwards," Nashville coach Barry Trotz said. "When we get a chance to convert, weve got to convert." Hutton was lifted following Roys goal. He was replaced by Magnus Hellberg, who was recalled Thursday after No. 1 goaltender Pekka Rinne had surgery to clear up an infection in the hip that he had surgically repaired in the off-season. Pietrangelo added a power-play goal at 12:58 of the third. "Theyre a shooting power-play; we knew thats what they were going to do," Nashville captain Shea Weber said. "They get pucks through with traffic. They have a great power play and they scored enough tonight." Jay Bouwmeester, David Backes, and Vladimir Tarasenko each had two assists for the Blues. NOTES: Roy played in his 600th career NHL game. ... Blues LW Magnus Paajarvi sustained an upper-body injury in the first period and did not return to the game. ... Before Saturday, Nashville had gone seven games without allowing a power-play goal. .. Predators D Mattias Ekholm recorded an assist on Spalings goal, his first career NHL point. Jaquiski Tartt Jersey .com) - The NBA will be on display overseas Thursday with the New York Knicks taking on the Milwaukee Bucks at O2 Arena in London. Ray-Ray Armstrong Jersey . As deep as their roster is, they need their superstar. Rose scored 23 points in his return from a five-game absence due to back pain, and Chicago hung on to beat the struggling Atlanta Hawks 90-79 on Monday. http://www.thesf49ersshoponline.com/Logan-Paulsen-49ers-Jersey/ . The (11-11-4) Jets are seventh in the Central Division with 26 points. Fifth place Dallas and sixth-seeded Nashville also have 26 points, but the Stars have three games in hand on Winnipeg while Nashville has two.LAWRENCE, Kan. -- Just minutes after Andrew Wiggins put No. 6 Kansas on his back, scoring six of his career-high 29 points in the defining moment of the game, Iowa State coach Fred Hoiberg offered a glowing assessment of the star freshman. "You can tell hes oozing with confidence," Hoiberg said Wednesday night after his 16th-ranked Cyclones lost 92-81, "and thats scary." The nations No. 1 recruit, Wiggins has finally started to live up to his hype. He matched his 27-point performance in a win over TCU last weekend with a dunk that gave Kansas an 81-72 lead with just under 3 minutes remaining, and then added a couple free throws for his career high. The freshman hit four 3-pointers and finished 10 of 16 from the field. "Im just starting to feel more comfortable," Wiggins said. It helped that he didnt have to carry the load himself. Perry Ellis added 20 points, Joel Embiid had 14 points and 11 rebounds, and Naadir Tharpe finished with 12 points and 12 assists for the Jayhawks (16-4, 7-0 Big 12), who won their seventh straight game. Wayne Selden had 11 points and five assists. "Im not surprised at all because we got prepared to play these games," Tharpe said. "It was a matter of time until everyone just went out there and started to play." Georges Niang led the Cyclones (15-4, 3-4) with 24 points. DeAndre Kane added 22 points and Melvin Ejim, battling foul trouble much of the game, finished with 18 points and eight rebounds. Iowa State started the season with 14 straight wins, but has now dropped four of its last five. That includes a 77-70 loss to the Jayhawks earlier this month in Ames. "If theyre hitting shots like that," Hoiberg said of the Jayhawks, "thats going to be a tough, tough team to beat." The Jayhawks held on despite a shortened bench. Forward Tarik Black missed his second game with an ankle injury while guard Conner Frankamp did not suit up because of a knee injury. It didnt seem to matter early in the game. The Jayhawks roared to a 30-14 lead in the opening minutes, dominating on the offensive glass and taking advantage of rapidly retreating Cyclones on the defensive boards. San Francisco 49ers Jerseys. Just as quickly, though, Iowa State whittled into the lead. The comeback began with a jam off an alley-oop pass by Ejim, and picked up momentum when the Cyclones hit 3-pointers on four straight trips down court. By the time Monte Morris finished off the run, done mostly while Wiggins sat on the bench, the lead had been trimmed to 37-34. "Ive been in this building enough as a player, as a coach, a scout, and it happens pretty much every game, they come out and hit shots early and you have to withstand it, you have to withstand the runs," Hoiberg said. "I give our guys credit for clawing back in the game." The Cyclones pulled even for the first time when Kane buried a 3-pointer out of halftime, but the Jayhawks responded with 11 straight points to regain control. Wiggins did most of the work, hitting a long jumper and a scooping layup while also getting to the free throw line. By that point, a packed crowd that included Kansas City Royals Billy Butler and Jeremy Guthrie and Grammy nominated musician Trey Songz was on its feet. Iowa State made one more charge. Ejim scored to draw within 73-69 and force Kansas coach Bill Self to call a timeout, and Niang drained a 3-pointer moments later to make it a one-point game. Embiid responded with a thunderous dunk, and after Kane turned it over at the other end, the Cyclones intentionally fouled Wiggins on a fast break. He made both free throws, and then added a putback off Embiids miss to make it a four-point trip. "That was a pretty big call," Niang said of the intentional foul. "Not saying it was a bad call or anything, but thats where they took off." Wiggins added a run-out dunk after another turnover to give the Jayhawks an 81-72 lead, and the defending Big 12 champions coasted the rest of the way to its 18th win in 19 meetings with Iowa State. "We gave ourselves a chance," Hoiberg said, "and at the end of the day, we gave ourselves an opportunity in as tough an environment as were going to play in." Cheap Nike NFL Jerseys China Jerseys Cheap Jerseys China Cheap NFL Jerseys China Cheap Jerseys 2018 NFL Jerseys Wholesale Cheap Jerseys China ' ' '

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