Final

Series (Game 3 of 4)

St. Louis leads 4-0

Game 1: Monday, January 2nd
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Blues4
Game 2: Monday, January 23rd
Canucks0Final
Blues4
Game 3: Wednesday, February 8th
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Canucks2
Game 4: Sunday, March 5th
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Canucks1

Blues 4

(15-31-8, 38 pts)

Canucks 2

(32-20-5, 69 pts)

10:00 PM ET, February 8, 2006

Rogers Arena, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada

1 2 3 T
STL 3 0 14
VAN 1 1 02

K. Tkachuk (Blues - LW): Goals: 1, Assists: 2

M. Rycroft (Blues - LW): Goals: 1, Assists: 1

P. Cajanek (Blues - LW): Goals: 1, Assists: 1

St Louis (14-31-8) at Vancouver (32-19-5) 10:00 pm EST

St Louis (14-31-8) at Vancouver (32-19-5) 10:00 pm EST

VANCOUVER, British Columbia (Ticker) -- The St. Louis Blues will attempt to avoid their franchise-record 11th straight road loss on Wednesday. Unfortunately, they will be doing it in one of the worst venues possible for a visiting team.

Having not won away from home since December 28, the Blues will try to post a victory against one of the league's best home teams Wednesday when they skate with the Vancouver Canucks, who have not lost to St. Louis here in more than five years.

The Blues tied their 1981-82 team with their 10th straight road loss on February 1 with a 3-2 setback in Detroit.

However, St. Louis has rebounded to win its last two games, including a 4-3 triumph over Dallas on Saturday behind Barret Jackman's goal at 2:16 of overtime.

The Blues, who have not won three straight games since a four-game run from March 25-30, 2004, will try to accomplish the feat in a building that they have not won in since November 11, 2000.

However, St. Louis has won its two matchups with Vancouver this season by a combined score of 8-1.

The Canucks are coming off their sixth straight home victory, a 7-4 triumph over Columbus on Monday. Todd Bertuzzi, Markus Naslund, Anson Carter, Daniel Sedin and defenseman Mattias Ohlund each had a goal and an assist for Vancouver, which scored five power-play goals in improving to 19-3-3 at home.

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