All sorts of days on the Blues schedule stand as days that have painted the picture of the struggling team they have become. There are days of bad losses, days of bad injuries and, perhaps worst of all, days like Feb. 13.That was the day the Blues were on the verge of scoring a morale-boosting, division-clogging win over Nashville that would have moved them two points back of the Predators in the Central Division race.
The Blues gave up four goals in the third period and overtime when they played in Nashville on Feb. 13 and they picked up where they left off, giving up two goals in the first period on Sunday and falling behind 2-0.Nashville got a power-play goal by Colton Sissons 4:45 into the game and then added another from Kevin Fiala with 5:39 to go in the period.
The Blues dropped their sixth game in a row, which was also their second straight shutout, in a 4-0 defeat by Nashville on Sunday at Bridgestone Arena. It's the longest losing streak for the Blues since they dropped the final six games of the 2013-14 season, and the first time they've been shutout in back-to-back games since Games 2 and 3 of the Western Conference finals against San Jose in 2016. The last time it happened in the regular season was the final two games of the 13-14 season.
Last time Blues had back to back shutouts was in Games 2 and 3 of Western Conference finals with San Jose in 2016. In regular season, last 2 games of 13-14 season. That's also last 6 game losing streak
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