Blues win Pivotal Game Three, 4-3 in San Jose

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The Blues have won the pivotal third game of their NHL Stanley Cup playoff series against the Sharks. The Blues won 4-3 at San Jose to take a two games to one lead in the series.

The star of the game was the Blues power play that went 3 for 4 in the contest. Patrik Berglund, Jason Arnott and Alex Steen all scored with the man advantage for the Blues. Andy McDonald added an even strength goal. The Sharks scored two late goals to make it interesting at the end. Brian Elliott started in goal for the Blues for the injured Jaroslav Halak. He stopped 26 shots to get the win in goal for St. Louis.

Game Four of this series will be Thursday night in San

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