Final

Series (Game 3 of 8)

Chicago leads 5-3

Game 1: Tuesday, October 11th
Blackhawks1Final
Blues4
Game 2: Wednesday, November 2nd
Blackhawks6Final
OT
Blues5
Game 3: Thursday, November 10th
Blackhawks4Final
Blues2
Game 4: Friday, December 16th
Blues1Final
Blackhawks5
Game 5: Wednesday, December 28th
Blues2Final
Blackhawks1
Game 6: Thursday, February 2nd
Blackhawks5Final
SO
Blues6
Game 7: Wednesday, March 29th
Blues2Final
OT
Blackhawks3
Game 8: Tuesday, April 18th
Blues2Final
OT
Blackhawks3

Blackhawks 4

(6-10-0, 12 pts)

Blues 2

(2-11-3, 7 pts)

8:00 PM ET, November 10, 2005

Scottrade Center, Saint Louis, Missouri

1 2 3 T
CHI 2 1 14
STL 1 1 02

J. Vandermeer (Blackhawks - D): Goals: 2, Assists: 0

D. Weight (Blues - C): Goals: 1, Assists: 0

M. Cullen (Blackhawks - C): Goals: 1, Assists: 0

Chicago (5-10-0) at St Louis (2-10-3) 8:00 pm EST

Chicago (5-10-0) at St Louis (2-10-3), 8:00 pm EST

ST. LOUIS (Ticker) -- The St. Louis Blues have had little success this season, although one of their two wins is against the Chicago Blackhawks. The Central Division rivals meet Thursday at the Savvis Center.

One of the Blues' two wins this season came here against the Blackhawks on October 11, a 4-1 decision in which rookie Jay McClement notched his first career goal.

Patrick Lalime made 32 saves for St. Louis, which gained its second win two games later but is 0-6-3 since then. The club record for consecutive winless games is 12 (0-10-2) in the 1977-78 campaign.

The Blues inched closer to that mark Wednesday with a 3-1 loss to the Columbus Blue Jackets. St. Louis managed only a power-play goal by Lee Stempniak in the game's final minute despite outshooting Columbus, 25-23.

Chicago has turned around a difficult stretch with wins in two of its last three outings, including a 6-5 overtime win here in the rematch on November 2.

Rookie defenseman Brent Seabrook has been the Blackhawks' catalyst. He scored the game-winner to defeat the Blues last week and had a goal and an assist in Sunday's 2-1 overtime victory over Phoenix.

The 20-year-old Seabrook scored with 39 seconds left in the OT, making his first two career goals game-winners.

Chicago has won the past three season series between the teams.

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