Blues forward David Perron scored two goals, his second coming with just over ten minutes to play, but the Chicago Blackhawks charged back with two late third period goals and scored the game winner in overtime as the Blues lost at Chicago 3-2.

Perron scored his first goal in the second period on a rush from the right side where he somehow was able to slide the puck under Hawks goalie Marty Turco who appeared to have the ice covered. Perron scored his second at the 9:28 mark of the third period on a 3-on-1 rush.

Up to that point, Jaroslav Halak had shutdown Chicago, making a couple of keys stops, but then Marian Hossa got into the act, scoring twice, 2:31 apart to tie the game at 2-2 with under five minutes to play in regulation.

In overtime, Patrick Kane slid a perfect pass in front of Halak to Patrick Sharp who had the whole left side of the net open for the game winner. Halak stopped 30 of 33 shots, while Turco made 32 saves for Chicago.

The Blues are now winless in their last three games after winning the first two games of the season. The Blues return home for a rematch with the Hawks on Friday night.