The St. Louis Blues have done their best in past meetings to counter Chicago's explosive offense with a physical brand of hockey, and that likely won't change when they host the Blackhawks on Wednesday night.
St. Louis, though, has proved through its first two contests that it can light up the scoreboard as well.
A popular pick to win the first Stanley Cup in franchise history, the Blues (2-0-0) are on the verge of winning their first three games for the first time since 1993 while scoring goals in bunches.
They netted the game's first three goals within 10 minutes in a 4-2 win over Nashville on Thursday before scoring four in the second period of Saturday's 7-0 win over Florida.
Brenden Morrow and Derek Roy, signed in the offseason to help upgrade an offense that finished near the middle of the league in scoring last season, each scored Saturday, while Jaroslav Halak recorded his franchise-record 17th shutout with 19 saves.
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