Perron took advantage of a free gift by Winnipeg forward Mark Scheifele and went in alone to beat Jets goalie Connor Hellebuyck with a deke for his 16th objective of the season. Tyler Bozak scored twice, Alex Pietrangelo had a goal and assist and Justin Faulk likewise scored for the Blues (25-8-6). Kyle Connor scored two times and Gabriel Bourque and Blake Wheeler each had an objective for the Jets (21-14-3). Perron and Schwartz extended their point streaks to five video games each.
Pietrangelo broke the tie at 5:30 of the middle frame, but Connor made it 2-2 at 9:37 when he popped the puck over Binnington's left shoulder from close in.
Bozak gained back the St. Louis lead with a power-play objective at 16:08.
When he tapped in a loose puck in the crease after Scheifele struck the post, Connor made it 3-3 on the power play at 3:12 of the third. He and Scheifele share the team lead in goals with 17 each.
Bozak fired his 2nd objective of the game in a top corner past Hellebuyck at 5:10.
Pietrangelo picked up a help, providing the defenceman 10 points (4 objectives, 6 helps) in his past nine video games.
Perron and Schwartz extended their point streaks to five video games each. Schwartz has 2 objectives and seven helps in that span, while Perron has 4 objectives and 4 assists.
David Perron scored 3:14 into overtime as the St. Louis Blues won their seventh straight video game with a 5-4 triumph over the Winnipeg Jets on Friday.
Tyler Bozak scored two times, Alex Pietrangelo had a goal and assist and Justin Faulk likewise scored for the Blues (25-8-6). Jaden Schwartz contributed three helps and Brayden Schenn got 2 helpers.
Jordan Binnington stopped 25 shots for St. Louis, which hosts the Jets on Sunday.
Kyle Connor scored twice and Gabriel Bourque and Blake Wheeler each had an objective for the Jets (21-14-3). Patrik Laine gathered a set of helps.
Hellebuyck made 30 conserves for Winnipeg, which has actually lost 4 of its previous 5 games (1-3-1).
With Hellebuyck pulled for an extra aggressor, Wheeler connected the video game 4-4 with 1:14 staying in the third duration after Nikolaj Ehlers sent a pass from behind the net out front to the captain.
The game was connected 1-1 after the very first duration and the Blues led 3-2 after two.
Faulk scored on his team's very first shot of the video game, sending a point shot straight at Hellebuyck at 1:10.
Bourque tied it up with 46 seconds staying in the to begin with a long rebound he fired in from the middle of the left circle.
Winnipeg outshot the Blues 12-5 in the opening duration.