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Faulk scores twice, Blues beat Coyotes 4-1 in unique series

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Faulk scores twice, Blues beat Coyotes 4-1 in unique series

GLENDALE, Ariz. (AP) – Jordan Kyrou hustled to locate a puck to avoid an icing, spun and took it up the boards. The St. Louis center stopped in his tracks to lose a protector and discovered Justin Faulk in the slot.

Faulk buried the shot, offering the Blues the type of objective they required after a discouraging start to a unique series versus the Coyotes.

Faulk had 2 objectives and a help, Jordan Binnington stopped 24 shots and the Blues ended a three-game losing streak to the Coyotes with a 4-1 triumph Friday night.

“It’s good by Kyrou to negate the icing, made a great play to Faulker and Faulker put it in the net,” Binnington stated. “That was big, for sure. It’s good to see us close out the game there.”

The peculiarities of a pandemic-altered season have actually pitted the Blues and Coyotes versus each other for 7 straight video games, a very first in NHL or NBA regular-season history.

Arizona won 3 of the very first 4, all in St. Louis. The Blues won the very first of 3 in the desert behind Faulk‘s huge night, Kyrou‘s hustle and some incredible conserves by Binnington.

Ivan Barbashev and Brayden Schenn scored empty-net objectives to seal it.

“We played a pretty good game the last one and knew we needed to come in here tonight and play 60 minutes,” Faulk stated. “Sometimes it takes a late goal like that to get over the hump.”

The Coyotes played well deep into the 3rd duration, offering themselves a chance at their very first four-game winning streak of the season. A number of breakdowns on Faulk‘s 2nd objective put them behind, and the 2 empty-netters put it out of reach.

Johan Larsson scored his very first objective with Arizona, and Darcy Kuemper stopped 23 shots.

“I thought a couple of guys were a little cute out there. That was my only worry,” Coyotes coach Rick Tocchet stated. “When you win three in a row sometimes you feel too good about yourself, which I don’t mind. I thought for the most part we did work hard tonight.”

The Blues and Coyotes both had actually video games set up for today shelved due to COVID-19 problems, establishing an extraordinary, non-playoff seven-game series.

The Blues won the very first video game, however the Coyotes took the last 3 in St. Louis, the last in a shootout Monday after Clayton Keller scored with 0.7 seconds left in regulation.

St. Louis scored the first goal in Monday’s game and did it again 2 1/2 minutes into Game 5, when Faulk beat Kuemper from between the circles on a power play. It was the Blues’ second power-play goal in 18 tries in the series against the Coyotes.

Ryan O’Reilly appeared to score late in the first, but video review showed the puck went under the side of the net.

Larsson tied it midway through the second period, slipping a rebound between Binnington’s pads.

The Coyotes took their turn having a goal wiped out late in the period, when replay showed Arizona was offside before Conor Garland beat Binnington on a shot to the short side.

The intensity picked up in the third period as the teams traded good chances.

Binnington made a diving save on a shot by Lawson Crouse after a gaffe by the Blues on their power play. Less than a minute later, St. Louis defenseman Torey Krug hit both posts with one shot.

Faulk broke the tie with seven minutes left, beating Kuemper stick side from the slot after a nifty move by Jordan Kyrou.

Barbashev and Schenn made sure there was no last-second comeback by Arizona this time.

“I felt like we had a couple mistakes that cost us the game that we didn’t do in St. Louis,” Coyotes captain Oliver Ekman-Larsson said. “We’ve got to clean that up against a good team.”

GOOD NEWS/BAD NEWS

The Coyotes got some good news when Ekman-Larsson returned after missing 10 games with a lower-body injury. He played 22 minutes, finishing with three hits and two shots while anchoring Arizona’s blue line.

The bad news came in the second period, when Niklas Hjalmarsson sustained an upper-body injury and didn’t return. He’s the Coyotes’ best defensive blueliner and a key player on their penalty kill, which hurt them in the third period.

TARASENKO SKATES

The Blues were happy to see Vladimir Tarasenko on the ice.

The high-scoring right wing has not played this season after offseason shoulder surgery and joined the team on its road trip. Tarasenko has scored 30 goals five times in his career, and his return would give St. Louis a huge offensive boost.

UP NEXT

The Blues and Coyotes play their sixth straight game Saturday, with the finale on Monday.

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