Blues forward T.J. Oshie scored in his second game back after missing 31 games with a broken ankle to help start a Blues rally, but in overtime, Detroit scored 1:51 into the five minute period to cap a 4-3 win for the Red Wings Thursday night at The Scott in St. Louis.
The Blues fell behind 3-0 midway through the second period, when Detroit when Jakub Kindl and Todd Bertuzzi scored two and a half minutes apart in the period. Less than minutes after Kindl’s goal to give the Wings a 3-0 lead, Oshie scored his second of the season.
In the third, the Blues continued their comeback with third period goals from Patrik Berglund at the 6:44 mark and All-star David Backes, who scored his 15th at the 14:14. Darren Helm, one of the fastest players in the NHL, took a pass from Jiri Hudler and scored 1:51 into overtime to give to Wings two points.