Originally posted on Lord Stanley's Blog  |  Last updated 10/21/11
ST. LOUIS -- The Carolina Hurricanes' winning streak is over. Matt D'Agostini's goal with 1:02 left in overtime lifted the St. Louis Blues to a 3-2 victory over the Canes Friday at Scottrade Center. Defenseman Jay Harrison has scored his first goal of the season -- again -- and center Brandon Sutter scored early in the second as the Canes and Blues were tied 2-2 after a two periods. Sutter's line accounted for both goals as the Canes took a 2-0 lead. On the second, Sutter tipped the puck ahead, was off a breakaway and blasted a shot past goalie Brian Elliott at 1:33 of the second. Harrison scored on a shot from the right point that Elliott could not track. Jiri Tlusty and Sutter had assists as the Sutter line continues to produce. Harrison scored on a similar shot against the Buffalo Sabres last Friday but the goal was credited a day later to Alexei Ponikarovsky. Harrison's goal came at 6:52 of the first. The Blues got on the board when Jason Arnott whacked in the rebound of a Jamie Lagenbrunner
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