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Blues stop Blue Jackets’ 10-game winning streak with 2-1 win

St. Louis Blues goaltender Jake Allen can only watch as the puck goes into the goal off the stick of Calgary Flames Troy Brouwer in the first period at the Scottrade Center in St. Louis on March 25, 2017. Photo by Bill Greenblatt/UPI

COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) _ Jake Allen made 33 saves, Alexander Steen scored on St. Louis’ first shot of the game, and the Blues stopped the Columbus Blue Jackets’ 10-game winning streak with a 2-1 victory Saturday night.

Vladimir Tarasenko also scored for St. Louis, which has won five in row. The Blues have also won four straight games on the road and earned points in four of their last five away from home.

The win was Allen’s 26th of the season and seventh in his last eight games. Allen leads the NHL with 10 shutouts on the road since the start of the 2014-15 season.

Sergei Bobrovsky, who gave up two goals on 28 shots, lost for the first time since March 2. Cam Atkinson had the lone goal for the Blue Jackets, and appeared to have scored another earlier in the game but had it waved off.

Steen got the Blues on the board at the game’s 3-minute mark of the first period, taking Patrick Berglund’s pass from behind the net and slipping the puck past Bobrovsky from the right circle. The goal, Steen’s 15th on the season, kept alive his four-game point streak.

The Jackets appeared to tie it just 25 seconds later, but Atkinson’s goal was waved off for a kicking motion.

Tarasenko made it 2-0 by skating between the circles and firing a wrist shot through a pair of Blue Jackets at 9:37 of the second period for his team-leading 29th of the season. Assists went to Brayden Schenn _ his team-leading 38th _ and Jaden Schwartz. Tarasenko now has eight points in his last five games and scored for the second straght contest, after missing two games with an upper-body injury.

Atkinson extended his point streak to four games at 14:32 of the second period, skating the length of ice and wristing a shot from just above the circles past Allen on the left side for his 19th goal of the season.

NOTES: With the win, the Blues completed the second of four sets of back-to-back games on successive weekends to close the regular season. … Blue Jackets forward Lukas Sedlak was scratched after being struck by a puck in the back of the head Thursday against the Florida Panthers. … The Blues’ Carl Gunnarsson will miss the remainder of the season with a torn ACL in his left knee. It marked the 33 time this season the Blues have won after scoring first.

UP NEXT

Blues: at home against San Jose on Tuesday.

Blue Jackets: visit Edmonton on Tuesday.