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Blues-Blackhawks matchup

Blues-Blackhawks matchup

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BLUES AT CHICAGO

WHEN: Tonight at 7

WHERE: Scottrade Center

TUNING IN: Versus, KMOX (1120)

BLUES: The Blues will be looking for their 16th road victory of the season when they play their final game away from Scottrade Center tonight. They are 2-3 overall against the Blackhawks this season, but 0-1-1 in Chicago. The team hasn't played in the Windy City since a 7-5 loss Nov. 30.

BLACKHAWKS: Chicago is clinging to the eighth and final spot in the Western Conference standings. The Blackhawks are two points ahead of Dallas and Calgary, but will face the Blues tonight and then have back-to-back games against the Detroit Red Wings to wrap the season.

WHAT TO WATCH: Chicago defenseman Duncan Keith could finish as the NHL leader in ice time this season. His season average was 26 minutes, 56 seconds before Tuesday's game in Montreal. That mark was 55 seconds more than Calgary's Jay Bouwmeester, who was next highest.

INJURIES: Blues - LW David Perron (concussion), out; Blackhawks - LW Patrick Sharp (knee), doubtful, C Dave Bolland (concussion) and D Jordan Hendry (knee), out.

- Jeremy Rutherford

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