ST. PAUL, Minn. - A second straight night of extra hockey paid off again for the St. Louis Blues.Vladimir Tarasenko scored the lone shootout goal, and the Blues rallied to beat the Minnesota Wild 3-2 on Saturday night.It was Tarasenkos second post-regulation winner in two nights. He scored in overtime on Friday to give St. Louis a victory over Edmonton.This is the best way to build a really good team and build a championship team, Tarasenko said. Games like this help us to get better.Tarasenko, the third St. Louis shootout participant, started to his right, cut back to the middle and beat Niklas Backstrom with a wrist shot.Blues goalie Jake Allen stopped Parise, Koivu and Jason Pominville. in the shootout.Theres scoring goals and then theres big moments, Blues coach Ken Hitchcock said. He did a good job and came through in a big moment for us.Tarasenko and David Backes scored regulation goals for the Blues, who have won four of five. In his second straight night of action, Allen made 36 saves.Mikko Koivu and Zach Parise scored for Minnesota, which lost for the third time in nine games.The Blues have won 10 of the past 11 meetings between the teams. The Central Division rivals wont see each other again until March 14.I dont know if we own them, Backes said. We cant take anything for granted because theyre a force in the Central.The Blues twice battled back from a one-goal deficit in the third period on Friday, but only had to do it once against the Wild.St. Louis tied it with 5:33 left in regulation when Patrik Berglund intercepted a clearing pass at the blue line and quickly passed the puck to Backes alone in the right circle. His quick shot beat Backstrom high on the glove side.Weve got to protect the puck, and I didnt protect the puck and it ended up in the back of the net, Wild defenceman Ryan Suter said.It was the second St. Louis goal scored off a Wild turnover. Tarasenko gave the Blues a 1-0 lead at 10:20 of the second period off a turnover by Koivu near the right point.Tarasenko gathered the loose puck and cut across the circles between three players before his wrist shot from the left circle went past a downed Backstrom.Koivu tied it 1-1 at 14:26.From a four-player scrum near the right corner, Jason Zucker fed Koivu in the right circle. His quick wrist shot beat Allen high.St. Louis Kevin Shattenkirk received a major penalty and was ejected with 4:13 left in the second period for checking Ryan Carter from behind along the boards.The Wild took advantage when Parises slap shot from the top of the left circle went through traffic and a screen set by Thomas Vanek before beating Allen with 59 seconds left in the period.The goal was Parises 250th in the NHL. He has five goals in seven games since returning from a concussion.It was a game we felt like we deserved to win, Parise said. 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"Weve been so close so many times, only to fall short," said Eskimos quarterback Mike Reilly, who threw three touchdown passes and rushed for 113 yards. "You cant help but start to wonder if it is ever going to happen. To finally come out and put together a good performance and be in control of the game for pretty much all four quarters was a nice change-up. We still have a lot to improve on though." Eskimos linebacker J.C. Sherritt hopes that finally getting a win may lead the team in the other direction. "Luckily we got all the bad out early," he said. "There is a lot of season to be played and I think everyone who watches the CFL knows how weird it can get. We just have to keep this going now." The Blue Bombers dropped to 2-9 and continued to struggle trying to capture back-to-back wins, having gone more than two years since the last time they were able to. "It was a comedy of errors," said Winnipeg head coach Tim Burke. "We had way too many turnovers. I think our calls on defence didnt help our players out and I am just as much to blame for that. We just did dumb things all throughout the game." Edmonton caught a big break early in the game as it appeared that Bomber Demond Washington had scored a 77-yard punt return touchdown after the Eskimos went three-and-out on their opening drive. However, the play came back on a holding penalty. The penalty proved even more pivotal two plays later as Winnipeg starting quarterback Justin Goltz had the ball pop loose after a hit by Donovan Alexander and J.C. Sherritt scooped it up at the Edmonton 51. The Eskimos quickly marched down field and scored on an eight-yard passing play from Reilly to Stamps. It was the first time that Edmonton scored a first-quarter touchdown since their Week 2 victory over Hamilton. The Eskimos added a 25-yard Hugh ONeill field goal with four minute left in the opening frame to lead 10-0. 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