Blues Vs. Sharks Score Update: St. Louis Leads 3-1 Heading Into 3rd Period

The St. Louis Blues and San Jose Sharks entered the second period tied 1-1, but a pair of second period goals, and some stellar play by goalie Brian Elliott, has St. Louis in position to grab a 2-1 series lead. The Blues lead the Sharks 3-1 with one period left at HP Pavilion.

Andy McDonald scored his second goal of the postseason when he beat Antti Niemi off assists from Patrik Berglund and Carlo Colaiacovo just a minute into the period. Jason Arnott would add a power play score at the midway mark to make it 3-1. Arnott's score was his first of the playoffs and was assisted by McDonald and Alexander Steen.

St. Louis has out-shot San Jose 23-19 in the game. San Jose holds a 34-20 advantage in hits, while the Blues lead 25-23.

For more on this series, stick with SB Nation St. Louis. For more on the St. Louis Blues, visit St. Louis Game Time and for more on the San Jose Sharks, head on over to Fear the Fin. For complete coverage of the 2012 Stanley Cup playoffs, stay tuned to SB Nation's NHL news hub.

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