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ST. Jaren Jackson Jr. Jersey . LOUIS -- Vladimir Tarasenko is known for his goal-scoring ability. Now hes starting to show other parts of his game.Tarasenko had a goal and two assists and Alex Pietrangelo scored the go-ahead goal as the St. Louis Blues beat the New Jersey Devils 5-2 on Thursday night.Jori Lehtera, Nail Yakupov and Patrik Berglund also scored for the Blues, who overcame an early two-goal deficit. Jake Allen made 24 saves as St. Louis improved to 13-1-3 on home ice.Blues coach Ken Hitchcock said Tarasenko is showing an all-around game.The part that was good for me was in the third period, he competed defensively, Hitchcock said. Thats a big step. He was willing to work for the next goal if it came, and I think thats just maturity in a player. I think youre starting to see the maturity in a player, which is a really good sign for this franchise.Adam Henrique and Miles Wood scored for the Devils, while Cory Schneider made 26 saves. New Jerseys losing streak is at a season-high four games and the Devils dropped their seventh straight game against St. Louis.Henrique gave the Devils a 1-0 lead with a short-handed goal at 7:39 of the first period. Tarasenko whiffed on a shot from the point for the Blues, sending Henrique and Travis Zajac in on a 2-on-1.Wood scored 4 minutes later to give the Devils a 2-0 lead. Wood put it in an open net after Henriques initial shot went wide and caromed off the boards in front of the net.Tarasenko got the Blues on the board when he scored his second goal in three games on the power play with 2:54 left in the first period. Brad Hunt got an assist and has a point in all four games with the Blues since being called up from the AHL on Dec. 8.I thought the one that got us going was the first goal, Hitchcock said. Hes (Tarasenko) not feeling great, hes on for both goals, and then to get one back on the power play kind of just brought us back. To me, we were off and running after that goal.Schneider said Tarasenko has one of the best shots in the league.He can hold his stick up high, he can look you off or just shoot it at a moments notice without any windup or anything like that, Schneider said. Hes always been a tough guy to play against and to read and hes obviously one of the premier players in the league.Lehtera deflected a shot by Robby Fabbri for the Blues at 2:05 of the second period to tie it 2-2. It was Lehteras fourth goal of the season and first since Nov. 22 at Boston.Tarasenko found Pietrangelo through the back door for an even strength goal to give the Blues a 3-2 lead at 7:45 of the second period.Not a set play, but 4-on-4 is more of a creative game, Tarasenko said. We have really good players like Alex and he can read the game well so if he gets open its easier to get the puck to him.The three-point night gave Tarasenko 10 points (two goals, eight assists) in his last five games.When you shoot the way he does, goalies and d-men really have to respect it, Pietrangelo said. It opens up a lot of seams.Yakupov made it 4-2 in the third period with his this third goal of the season and first since Oct. 20.Tarasenko has 22 assists through 31 games and is on pace for a career-high 58.St. Louis tightened defensively, holding the Devils without a shot for the first 11:23 of the second period.Game notes Blues D Kevin Shattenkirk dressed in his 395th game, tying Jimmy Roberts for 12th on the all-time franchise list among defensemen. ... St. Louis Blues assistant general manager Martin Brodeur won Stanley Cups with New Jersey in 1995, 2000 and 2003. ... Devils F Sergey Kalinin played in his 100th NHL game. ... Devils F Luke Gazdic played in his first game of the season.UP NEXTDevils: Will travel to Ottawa on Saturday night.Blues: Will host Chicago on Saturday night. Arnoldas Kulboka Jersey . PETERSBURG, Fla. Gary Trent Jr. Jersey . -- Derrick Rose shook off poor shooting early to hit clutch shots late and Carlos Boozer had 20 points and 13 rebounds to lead the Chicago Bulls to a 104-95 preseason victory over the Oklahoma City Thunder on Wednesday night. .ca looks back at the stories and moments that made the year memorable. An impeccable line and length and a stoke of luck helped Bhuvneshwar Kumar rattle New Zealands batting ranks, as he claimed a five-for and restricted the opposition to 128 for 7 at stumps on day two of the second Test being played in Kolkata on Saturday.New Zealands fast bowlers troubled Indias batsmen and restricted the hosts to a first-innings total of 316. But their batsmen - without Kane Williamson out due to injury - faced an uphill task against the new ball on a greenish pitch and confident spinners that wrecked havoc in the first Test.Tom Latham, New Zealands opener, had found runs at Kanpur; but he failed to find his feet in Kolkata and fell to Mohammed Shami in the second over of the match.Martin Guptill, with scores of 7, 8, 21 and 0 in his last five Test innings, had hoped for a change in fortune, but the right hander became Kumars first victim, as he attempted to leave a rising delivery that struck his elbow and rattled the stumps.Henry Nicholls, a replacement for Williamson, failed to fill the vacuum left by his absence. He managed just one as he edged a back-of-a-length delivery, from Kumar, back on to the stumps.New Zealand, affter seven overs, was reeling at 23 for 3; and despite a 62-run stand for the fourth wicket between Ross Taylor and Luke Ronchi, they failed to recover. Rodions Kurucs Jersey. Jadeja broke the stand, after rain delayed play, and dismissed Ronchi for a 52-ball 35; Kumar tore into New Zealand thereafter and made the most of moisture on offer due to rain.Taylor was his third victim and nicked him to first slip, Mitchell Santner - who impressed with the bat in the first Test - then missed a ball that kept low and trapped him lbw for 11. Kumar then completed his five-for by rattling the stumps of Matt Henry two overs before stumps on day two. New Zealand ended the day on 127 for 7, still 188 runs adrift from Indias total.In India you rarely get this kind of wicket, so I wanted to make full use of it, Kumar said. It was one of my dreams to take five wickets in India. When I saw that the wicket would help me, I told myself I want to take five wickets. I really wanted to make use of the opportunity and Im very happy with how I bowled. 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