Here’s a look at the St. Louis Blues’ 4-3 overtime win over the Chicago Blackhawks by the numbers:
* The Blues had 17:48 of power-play ice time in the win. They scored once on nine power-play opportunities. They are 1-for-13 on the power play for a 7.7 percentage in the series.
* The Blackhawks were 0-for-4 on the power play. They are 1-for-10 for a 10.0 percentage in the series. They scored on their first power-play attempt of the series.
* The Blackhawks accumulated a season-high 41 penalty minutes. The Blues had 20.
* Blackhawks forward Brandon Bollig played a team-low 3:23 of ice time. He played three shifts and a total of 1:23 of ice time after the first period. He compiled 12 penalty minutes, including a 10-minute misconduct and a two-minute minor for roughing. Ryan Reaves played a team-low 3:49 for the Blues.
* Blackhawks defensemen accounted for all three goals in the loss. Their defensemen have scored five of their six goals in the two games. Brent Seabrook has two goals, and Michal Rozsival, Duncan Keith and Johnny Oduya each have one goal.
* Seabrook and Blues defenseman Kevin Shattenkirk are tied for a series-high four points. Shattenkirk had a goal and two assists in Game 2.
* Blackhawks forward Marian Hossa attempted 12 shots, including eight on goal. He has taken 19 shots, including 12 on net, in the two games.
* Blues forward Alexander Steen attempted 11 shots, including four on goal. He has taken 23 shots, including 12 on net, in the series.
* Blackhawks goaltender Corey Crawford stopped 27-of-31 shots in Game 2. He has made 75 saves on 83 shots for a .906 save percentage in the two games.
* Blues goaltender Ryan Miller made 25 saves on 28 shots. He has 64 saves on 70 shots in the series for a .914 save percentage.
* Toews won 16-of-27 faceoffs. He has won 37-of-59 faceoffs in the series.
* Toews led all players with an 85.0 Corsi percentage (the Blackhawks had 17 shots for and three against when he was on the ice) in 5-on-5 situations.
* Blues forward T.J. Oshie had a game-low 13.0 Corsi percentage. The Blues had three shots for and 20 against when he was on the ice in 5-on-5 situations. Michal Handzus had the low for the Blackhawks at 30.4 percent (seven shots for, 16 against).
* Blackhawks defenseman Niklas Hjalmarsson blocked a game-high six shots. He has 12 blocked shots in the series. He played 10:35 on the penalty kill in Game 2.