Blues Send Blackhawks PackingArchived from 2001-02 season.
Goalie Brent Johnson's long shutout streak came to an end, but it hardly mattered as the St. Louis Blues advanced to the second round of the NHL playoffs with a 5-3 victory over the Chicago Blackhawks in Game 5.
The Blues overcame a two-goal deficit with Jamal Mayers netting the winner in the third period.
"It's such a great feeling with these guys in this room," Johnson said. "They never say die and they play with so much heart and so much emotion."
Habs-Bruins Turning Ugly
Zednik was motionless as he was treated on the ice for about five minutes then was removed on a stretcher and taken to a local hospital with a suspected concussion and facial injuries.
"If they try to go after our best players, if that's part of Ftorek's strategy, we have no choice -- we'll go after their's," Montreal coach Michel Therrien said, referring to Bruins coach Robbie Ftorek.
Colorado now leads the series 3-2 as it shifts back to Los Angeles for Game 6 on Saturday.
Red Wings Win Third Straight
"We didn't feel that bad after the first two games," Fedorov said. "We knew what we could do and what we could control."
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