David Perron scored his first three goals of the season and added an assist to lead the St. Louis Blues to a 6-4 victory over the Calgary Flames on Saturday night.
Paul Stastny, Patrik Berglund and Alexander Steen also scored for the Blues, while defender Alex Pietrangelo two assists. Jake Allen made 23 saves to improve to 3-1-1.
Calgary took a 2-1 just 3 minutes into the second thanks to two quick goals by Versteeg and Ferland.
The Blues then scored the next four goals, tyler motte jersey , including two by Perron, to take control.
Perron tied as he flipped his own rebound and the pad of Johnson at 06:22. Stastny put St. Louis back ahead with just under eight minutes to go in the period during another power play when he tipped slap shot past Steen Johnson.
Perron then succeeded his hat trick at 6:50 of the third when he took a pass from Vladimir Tarasenko escaped and made rapid movements of a couple before lifting a backhand on right pad of Johnson 5-2.
Giordano fired a slap shot from the high slot past Allen at 9:31 of the third before the point of shooting Versteeg through traffic passed the guard of St. Louis with just under five minutes to go to draw in Flames of an.
Steen then scored into an empty net with 39 seconds to seal the victory.
Allen had to be strong to get a shoulder on a point shot fired his way by defenseman Deryk Engelland early in the game. At the other end of the ice, Johnson stood his ground to stop a puck that was redirected on net by Kyle Brodziak.
Perron opened the scoring for St. Louis at 6:04 of the first period with a goal in the game when he hit a good ball to Robby Fabbri past Johnson.
Versteeg converted a feed from Troy Brouwer at 2:21 of the second to tie the game. Ferland backhand shot on net harmless-looking 35 seconds later that squeezed under the glove of Allen and into the net to put the Flames before.
NOTES: Flames D Dennis Wideman returned to tail after missing the last three games as a healthy scratch and had two assists in his return. C ... Freddie Hamilton made his season debut for the Flames in place of rookie LW Matthew Tkachuk. Freddie, the elder brother of D Dougie Hamilton now has 34 games of experience in the NHL, five of them with the Flames. HAWKS wIN. Dougie Hamilton has played in 266 NHL games, 88 with the Flames. ... Blues LW Jaden Schwartz played in his second straight game after missing the first four games with a shoulder injury