It was a magical feeling at the Scottrade Center on Saturday night. Early in the first period, in his first game back in the lineup in over a year, David Perron lit up the lamp. Perron lifted the puck over and past Chicago Blackhawks goal tender Ray Emery just six minutes into his first game back after missing 97 games due to a concussion injury.
Fans rejoiced. Players and grown men hugged. David Perron felt particularly good about the moment too.
"It was a good feeling. It's been awhile. It's a good feeling to score a goal in the NHL, and more so when you miss all that time."
Everyone at the Scottrade Center was happy to see Perron fully return and score a goal. Blues fans and Perron's teammates can certainly smile about that.
Unfortunately, fans and players were not smiling at the conclusion of Saturday night's game as the Blues dropped the contest 5-2 against the hated Chicago Blackhawks.
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