(Photo: AP/Jeff Robertson)

Ryan Miller earned his 29th career shutout and lead the Blues to a 1 to 0 victory over the Philadelphia Flyers on Tuesday night. This marked Ryan Miller’s first shutout in the Blue note, after 28 shutouts back in Buffalo.

It would not only take sixty minutes of regulation time, but also five minutes of sudden death overtime and a shootout to determine the winner of this content. Neither team could muster enough offensive pressure to put a goal into the net and break the stalemate.

Of course, T.J. Oshie was first up for the Blues in the shootout rounds. He didn’t disappoint, his sweet back hand move went top shelf over the blocker of Ray Emery and gave the Blues momentum moving forward in the shootout. Kevin Shattenkirk finished off the Flyers by putting one just under the blocker and above the leg pad of Emery. Ryan Miller stood solid in net and would not allow any of the Flyers to get by him even in the shootout.

The Blues have their own franchise record tied at 51 wins, and are striving for 52 when they face off against the Buffalo Sabres, Thursday April 3rd, at 7PM (CST).

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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