David Perron is enjoying the best stretch of his career while helping the St. Louis Blues get untracked on the power play.
The Blues have won four straight behind the red-hot Perron heading into Tuesday night's visit to the league-worst Columbus Blue Jackets.
Perron has scored in every game of this four-game run for St. Louis (34-14-7) for the best goal streak of his career. The fifth-year winger has seven points during his surge.
"I'll certainly take the goals that are coming my way right now,'' Perron said. "Mostly the wins, for sure.''
Perron has scored three of the Blues' four power-play goals over the last two games, including one in Sunday's 3-0 home win over San Jose. St. Louis had been 0 for 10 over its previous six contests.
"That's four power-play goals in two games," defenseman Alex Pietrangelo said. "We don't care how it looks as long as we get the job done."
St. Louis owns the NHL's second-worst power play on the road at 9.1 percent. Columbus (16-34-6), however, h...