‘That was really fun to be a part of’ – [Update News]

Dallas was about to give the Blues its first shutout of season. In just two months, the Stars would be the first team to win regulation at Enterprise Center (Nov. 16).

Then 18,096 fans who hadn’t had much to cheer for the first 59 minutes saw history.

Dallas was leading 1-0 when power-play goals by Ryan O’Reilly with 47 seconds remaining and Jordan Kyrou with 29 seconds left gave the Blues their first victory in franchise history in which they trailed in the final minute of regulation and won in regulation. Their 2-1 victory was only the 11th occasion of this scenario in NHL history.

“That was really fun to be a part of,” Kyrou said. “Doesn’t happen too often when you come back last couple minutes. It was pretty electric out there.”

There was a controversial no-call, a stick slashed in half, a goal by the Blues’ captain that was needed in the worst way and a game-winner that was unintentional.

[Update News] can help you turn off your television. Let’s break down all the details in the Blues’ last-minute, comeback win over Dallas.

The Blues had nothing going for them Sunday, and that’s being generous. They couldn’t get the puck out of their own zone, and when they did, it was on a Dallas stick by the time they got to the neutral zone. They were turning over the puck a lot. If they managed to get a shot off it was most likely one of their 13 missed chances.