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Lightning-Blues preview

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Lightning at Blues

When/where: 8; Scottrade Center, St. Louis

TV/radio: NBCSN; 970-AM

Key stats: In his only game against his former team, Lightning G Ben Bishop won 4-2 on Nov. 2 at Tampa with 28 saves. … The Blues have a league-best 113 goals at home. … St. Louis has outscored opponents 67-39 in the second period and is 26-0-4 when ahead entering the third. … The Blues are 18-4-2 against the East and 9-1-2 against the Atlantic Division, losing in regulation to only the Lightning. … In four games without C Valtteri Filppula (ankle), Tampa Bay has won just 44.6 percent of faceoffs.

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