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Blue Note notes

ST. LOUIS (KFVS) -

The St. Louis Blues split a pair of games this week and the biggest headline of the week is Roar Bacon.

We'll get to Roar Bacon in a moment but first on Tuesday, the Blues lost to the always tough Los Angeles Kings.

The Kings seem to have the Blues number most times beating them 3-0 Tuesday night.

After the loss Tuesday, the team attempted to travel to Chicago for a matchup Wednesday.

But because of heavy fog, the plane had to land in Milwaukee.

Then they took a 90 minute bus ride to Chicago and arrived at their hotel about 4 a.m.

The Chicago game started at 7 p.m. but apparently the hiccup in the travel plans really affected the Blues because they were down 5-2 after the first period.

The Blues came out shooting in the second period and scored three goals to tie the game.

The St. Louis Blues posted a picture on Instagram with text that read, "#OurBlues roar bacon with three second period goals ..."

That typo (supposed to be roar back) sent Blues fans into a frenzy with videos and pictures of bacon popping up everywhere.

Vladimir Tarasenko scored the game winner in overtime to give the Blues the win in an incredible comeback victory after a tough travel night.

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