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The St. Louis Blues picked up a road victory against the Nashville Predators 4 to 1. Ryan Miller now has 6 wins since joining the Blues and only one loss. The Blues have won the last 7 of 8 games, the only loss coming in overtime against the Dallas Stars.

Patrik Berglund lead the Blues to a 2 to 0 lead when he scored the first goal of the game in the first period, and the second goal early in the second period. Vladimir Tarasenko quickly added a third goal in the second period to give the Blues a 3 to 0 lead. Nashville was able to respond late in the second period with a goal by Eric Nystrom.

In the third period, Alex Steen scored his 30th goal of the season with a slapshot past Pekka Rinne. The Blues won the game in Nashville 4 to 1, climbing higher up the ladder at the top of the NHL. Ryan Miller stopped 27 of 28 shots, giving him a 6-0-1 record since being traded to the Blues.

The Blues face off at home on Monday, March 17th at 7:00PM (CST) against the Winnepeg Jets.

Melissa White started playing ice hockey when she was only six years old. She spent her youth playing hockey in Seattle, Washington. She played with the boys until she was old enough to make the switch to a competitive girl's under 19 hockey team at the age of 12. Melissa played NCAA Division III college hockey in Buffalo, New York, for the Buffalo State Bengals. She was named Rookie of the Year and voted Assistant Captain during her junior season. Presently, Melissa manages and coaches a U-19 girl's team and an ACHA men's college team. Her favorite teams are the St. Louis Blues and the New Jersey Devils. She fell in love with the Devils on her sixth birthday when she received an autographed Martin Brodeur puck from her parents. Melissa is also attending Bradley University and pursuing a degree in Sports Communication.


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