A strong game by the Blues on both ends of the ice gives them a 4-0 win over the Toronto Maple Leafs at the Scottrade Center. Blues goalie Chris Mason was the star of the night as he made 30 saves for his second shut out of the season.
The Note would get on the board at the 5:38 mark of the first when Andy McDonald scored his 19th goal of the season with as assist from Patrik Berglund.
In the second period, the Blues would add two more goals. The first would come as St. Louis was short handed due to a penalty on David Perron. David Backes would intercept a pass and attempt to score on a wrap around. Toronto goalie Jean-Sebastian Giguere would make the stop but T. J. Oshie would be there to put in the rebound.
The next goal would also come as the Blues were shorthanded. This time it would be un assisted goal from Alex Steen. The last time that St. Louis had two short handed goals in a game was back in 2007.
In the third, B.J. Crombeen would add one more goal to put the game out of reach for the Blues.
Home has been anything but sweet for the Blues as they win a home game, but still have the worst home record of any team in the NHL. St. Louis is now 11-16-5 at the Scottrade Center.
The Blues will get a chance to add to their home record as they will play their last game before the two week winter Olympic break tonight against the Washington Capitols.
St. Louis Blues game time is 7:00.