Blues Go With The Hot Hand: Binnington

The Blues broke the game open in the second period, when they outshot San Jose 20-6 and got a goal from Jaden Schwartz and then the first successful postseason penalty shot in team history, by Vladimir Tarasenko. Oskar Sundqvist got the scoring started in the first period and Schwartz added his second goal of the game early in the fourth during a five-on-three power play and completed his second hat trick of the postseason when he knocked in a pass from Tarasenko with 3:58 to go. It's the 12th goal of the postseason for Schwartz, the second most in team history, behind Brett Hull's 13 in 1991. It also means Schwartz has scored more goals in the postseason, 12 in 18 games, than he had in the regular season, 11.

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