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Calgary will play its next two at home, where it has lost four straight and has been outscored 10-1 in that span. Berra has been in net for both of the Flames previous games against the Blues this season, including a 3-2 loss in St. Louis back on Nov. 7. He made 32 saves in the shootout win in late December. It is unknown if Berra or Karri Ramo will start tonight. Ramo has faced the Blues just once before and that came back on March 6, 2009 while with Tampa Bay. He made 32 saves in an overtime setback. For their part, the Blues will be looking to grab a share of the Central Divisions top spot. The Blues have been on an impressive roll as of late, going 8-0-1 in their last nine games overall and 11-1-2 since a loss to Anaheim on Dec. 7. St. Louis notched a road victory in Winnipeg three days later to start a current 6-0-2 surge as the visiting club. That is the longest point streak on the road for the Blues since a club-record 11-game run (10-0-1) from Jan. 21, 1999-March 4, 2000. St. Louis kicked off a three-game trip on Tuesday night with a season-high sixth straight victory, besting the Edmonton Oilers 5-2. The Blues scored three times in the second period, with David Backes power-play goal in the frame the difference. Chris Stewart, Maxim Lapierre, Vladimir Tarasenko and Patrik Berglund also scored for the Blues, while Brian Elliott needed to make only 16 saves to win his seventh straight decision. "They played us pretty hard for the first half of the game before we got a power-play goal that allowed us to lock down the hatches after that," said Backes of his 17th tally of the season that came with 9:04 to play in the second period. Tuesdays win marked the quickest the Blues have ever reached the 30-win plateau in franchise history as they did so in their 42nd game of 2013-14. They will next try to win seven straight for the first time since Oct. 22-Nov. 7, 2010. A win would also move St. Louis into a tie with the idle Chicago Blackhawks atop the Central Division. The Blues, though, could be without forward T.J. Oshie after he had to be helped off the ice late in Tuesdays win following a knee-on-knee hit with the Oilers Taylor Hall. Oshie, who has 29 assists and 37 points in 42 games this season, is day-to-day. St. Louis will close out its road trip in Vancouver tomorrow night and Elliott is expected to start that contest. That means that Jaroslav Halak will make his first start tonight since allowing three goals on 13 shots through just 20 minutes of action on Dec. 28 versus Chicago. Halak, who also has recently been battling illness, is 3-5-1 with a 2.66 goals against average in nine career starts versus the Flames. He faced them recently on Dec. 23 in Calgary, making 26 saves in a 4-3 shootout loss. The Blues have still won six of their last nine versus the Flames, but have lost five of its past seven in Calgary. Custom Mexico Jerseys . 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