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Blues clinch playoff spot for 6th straight season after OT loss vs. Colorado

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ST. LOUIS (KFVS) -

The St. Louis Blues clinched a playoff spot for the 6th straight season on Friday night following a 2-1 overtime loss against Colorado.

Going into the game, the Blues needed a single point to clinch a spot. They gained the point as soon as the game went to overtime, regardless of score.

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