There are some losses where the effort cannot be questioned and this game was one of those. Tyrann Mathieu Jersey . At the Olympic break the Blues lead the Central Division, while the Jets are right in the thick of the playoff race for the final spot in the Western Conference. All four games between these two teams have been decided by one goal, two via shootout. The Jets finish the four game road trip at 2-1-1, for five of a possible eight points. The Blues opened the scoring with Brenden Morrow getting his 10th of the year, with Mark Scheifele on a nice down low pass from Devin Setoguchi tying things up. Zach Bogosian also drew an assist on the goal, Scheifeles 12th of the year. The Blues regained the lead on a favourable bounce, off the referees skate and onto the stick of Morrow who set up Derek Roy for his first in 25 games. Shots in the first were 8-7 for the Jets. Mid-way through the second, Scheifele drove the net and scored on a back-hand to tie the game, Blake Wheeler and Chris Thorburn drew assists. It gives Scheifele 13 on the year and his second two-goal game of the year. The goal came after the Jets killed off a double minor to Olli Jokinen, with Thorburn getting called during the penalty kill, sending the Blues onto a minute long five-on-three. A successful penalty kill kept the Jets perfect this year when down two men. They are nine-for-nine in just under 11 minutes of time spend down two men. Shots in the second were 11-6 Jets. A goal in the first minute of the third by Jaden Schwartz put the Blues back in front, but on their fifth power play of the game, a goal by Dustin Byfuglien tied the game for the Jets. Wheeler carried the puck into the Blues zone, dropped it for Byfuglien and his blast went off a body in front and in. Tobias Enstrom also assisted on the goal. Byfuglien has six goals and 14 assists on the Jets 28 power play goals. The Jets had a great chance to get the go ahead goal late in the third, only to have Brian Elliot make a great save off Scheifele. Shots in the third favoured St. Louis 10-9 as the game headed to overtime. Three shots by each team in overtime did not decide a winner, sending the game to a shootout, with T.J. Oshie and Vladimir Tarasenko scoring for the Blues, while neither Bryan Little nor Andrew Ladd could beat Brian Elliot. With the two-point game, Wheeler goes into the Olympic break leading the Jets in scoring with 48 points, including a team-leading 22 goals. He is one point ahead of Little, Byfuglien third at 43. Byfuglien finished the day with eight shots on goal to lead the team, while Little took 29 face-offs, winning 19. On the night the Jets penalty kill, second best in the NHL on the road, was the story, going eight-for-eight, including a minute of being down two men. Big minutes in the game for Bogosian at 28:35, Enstrom 27:40 and Jacob Trouba 25:31. “We played a hell of a game,” stated Coach Paul Maurice post-game. “We were down three times, battled back, big power play goal, fantastic penalty kill. They a few lucky hops. [It was a] solid game, Im real happy with it. “I dont put any stock in the shootout deciding how we played, we played a great game. We have to come back after the break with the same confidence that weve earned. Im proud of the way we played.” The Jets will return from the break and start workouts on Feb. 19, with the outdoor practice at the Forks scheduled for the 23rd. Next game action is the 27th, home against Phoenix (TSN Jets, TSN 1290). They will finish with 22 games in 44 days, 15 vs. the Western Conference. Morris Claiborne Jersey . - Mathew Barzal scored 3:47 into overtime as the Seattle Thunderbirds downed the visiting Everett Silvertips 4-3 on Tuesday in Western Hockey League playoff action. 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The sole blemish on Wadas performance came in the sixth when the Rockies got three hits, capped by Nolan Arenados RBI single. "He executed pitches, got some big outs when he needed to and got out of traffic that developed late," manager Rick Renteria said. "He did a nice job and gave us some innings." The 33-year-old Wada won 107 games over nine seasons in Japan. He signed a two-year deal with the Baltimore Orioles two seasons ago but injured his elbow soon after joining the club and underwent undergo Tommy John surgery in May 2012. He signed with the Cubs in December 2013. "Its the second time I pitched in Chicago, so it was a little more relaxed," Wada said through a translator. "Im happy about this first win." Pedro Strop worked out of a jam in the eighth inning and Hector Rondon worked a perfect ninth for his 13th save in 16 chances. Yohan Flande (0-3) struck out eight in 6 2-3 innings. Those were his career bests in his fifth start. "Flande put us in position to win that game," Rockies manager Walt Weiss said. "We just couldnt put together a big inning." Flande faced the minimum through three innings, but the Cubs got to the Rockiess starter for two runs in the fourth. Tyreek Hill Jersey. Emilio Bonifacio led off with a single and Arismendy Alcantara doubled, setting up Rizzos RBI grounder and Justin Ruggianos sacrifice fly. Chicago added two more runs in the eighth against Nick Masset. Baker scored on an errant pickoff throw and Rizzo singled for his 58th RBI this season. TRAINERS ROOM Rockies: SS Troy Tulowitzki (left hip) underwent an acupuncture-like procedure in Philadelphia. ... 1B Justin Morneau (strained neck) was scheduled to a make a rehab start with the Triple-A Colorado Springs. Manager Walt Weiss said Morneau could return as soon as Tuesday, the first day hes eligible to come off the 15-day disabled list. ... LHP Boone Logan (intestinal condition) was also scheduled to make his first rehab appearance with Colorado Springs. Cubs: Renteria is encouraged by left-handed reliever Kyuji Fujikawas rehab assignment in Triple-A Iowa. "I can say that hes responding well after his outings," Renteria said. "Well continue to monitor and see where hes at. All indications, I can say that hes doing fine." Fujikawa, 34, underwent Tommy John surgery in June 2013. UP NEXT In the second game of the four-game series, Edwin Jackson (5-11, 5.68) starts for the Cubs on Tuesday night, looking for his first win since June 20. He will face Jorge De La Rosa (11-6, 4.19). GLOVEWORK The Rockies produced two phenomenal defensive plays. Third baseman Arenado showcased his skills in the sixth inning. On a hard hit ball by Alcantara, Arenado dived to his right, gloved the two-hopper and made a quick throw from his knees to get the speedy Alcantara at first. 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