GLENDALE, Ariz. swell Bouteille France . - Jaden Schwartz put the exclamation point on a dominant night for the St. Louis Blues.Schwartz completed his first NHL hat trick with 3 seconds remaining to cap the Blues 6-1 rout of the Arizona Coyotes on Saturday night.It was just one of those nights, he said. I was in the slot and the puck was just kind of finding me. Everybody has those games every once in a while and tonight was one of them for me.Jake Allen was strong in goal in his first NHL start in two seasons, finishing with 24 saves.St. Louis Jori Lehtera scored his first career goal and had two assists.David Backes and Alexander Steen each had a goal and an assist, and Vladimir Tarasenko assisted on three goals. Lauri Korpikoski ruined Allens shutout bid with 9:32 left.Backes goal, Lehteras goal, and two of Schwartzs scores came on power plays. St. Louis scored on all four of its power play opportunities.I like the fact we stayed with it right to the end, Blues coach Ken Hitchcock said. We kept coming. Thats the way we have to play. Were a much better team when we dont absorb, we initiate, and I thought we kept initiating the whole game.Schwartz, who also had an assist, made a shot from the point just before the game ended.I didnt think that was going to happen at all, he said. My teammates wanted me to stay on the ice and try to get it. I never had a hat trick, so it was pretty special.Allen had a big game two nights after regular Blues goalie Brian Elliott shut out Los Angeles in a 1-0 shootout loss.Weve had really good goaltending every game weve played so far this year, Hitchcock said. Thats really a good sign. They give us a chance to win every night.Beleaguered goalie Mike Smith had 30 saves for Arizona and has allowed 15 goals in his three games.We didnt move quick enough, move the puck quick enough, check quick enough, all the above, Arizona coach Dave Tippett said. It was a test against a real good team and we did not fare very well.Allen, the AHLs top goalie last season, made his first NHL start since April 21, 2013.Both teams lost key players to injury.St. Louis Paul Stastny, who had four points in three games before Saturday, left with an upper-body injury early in the second period. He was holding his left wrist as he left the ice. Hitchcock said Stastny would not play in Sunday nights game at Anaheim.The Coyotes lost Martin Hanzal to a lower-body injury with 13:21 left in the second period. The Arizona centre had to be helped from the ice.Smith withstood a flurry of St. Louis shots before Arizonas Oliver Eckman-Larsson was called for interference, the games first penalty, with 2:36 left in the first period. Eighteen seconds into the power play, the puck was free in front of the Coyotes net when it glanced in off Backes left skate.After a video review, the goal was upheld, officials ruling that it was not a distinct kick as required to nullify the goal.It was Backes second goal of the young season and the first power-play goal allowed by Arizona. The Blues had a 15-7 advantage in shots in the first period.Backes had another great chance at a goal in the second period when St. Louis had a 3-on-0 advantage, but his wide open shot missed the net far to the left.No matter. St. Louis got two later in the period, on goals by Steen and Schwartz. Schwartz netted his second goal in the third period to make it 4-0.NOTES: Arizona was 10 for 10 on penalty kills before Saturday night. ... The Coyotes have allowed nine first-period goals in their first four games. ... St. Louis has won five straight in Arizona and nine of 11 against the Coyotes. ... Since 2008-09, Backes is the only NHL player with over 300 points and 1,300 hits. ... The Blues played at Los Angeles on Thursday before going to Arizona for Saturdays game. They will head back to Southern California to face the Anaheim Ducks on Sunday. swell Bouteille dEau . Dr. James Andrews is to operate next week on the 24-year-old pitcher, who made the AL All-Star team last year. Moore will be the first Rays pitcher to undergo Tommy John surgery since Jason Isringhausen in June 2009. S Well Bouteille Paris . The 29-year-old Mills started three games for Oakland this season, posting a 1-1 record with a 4.41 earned-run average. He opened the season appearing in 14 games and making 12 starts for the Milwaukee Brewers triple-A affiliate in Nashville, posting a 4-2 record with a 1. http://www.swellbouteille.fr/ .com) - The New York Rangers hope to punch their ticket to the second round when they visit the Philadelphia Flyers on Tuesday for a Game 6 battle at Wells Fargo Center.WOODSTOCK, Ont. - Canadian Augusta James, American Liz Breed, Mexicos Gabriela Lopez and Australias Su-Hyun Oh all fired 4-under 67s to share top spot on the leaderboard on Tuesday after the opening round of the Canadian womens amateur championship. James, from Bath, Ont., closed with a back-nine 3-under 32 to share the clubhouse lead alongside Breed who posted the low round of the morning flight. "Im excited to have shot a number like this and basically I always try to tell myself at every tournament try to shoot one better each day," said James. "Thats my goal for the rest of the week and hopefully I come out on top." Playing a few groups behind James, Lopez and Ohs pairing finished tied for the lead after rolling in par putts on the par-3 ninth hole. Lopez, last years third place finisher, held the outright lead for the majority of her closing nine before a late bogey on her 17th hole, the par-4 eighth. "Its always fun to come to a tournament where youve played well and you know that youre expectations are high and you have the chance to win," said Lopez, the No. 111 ranked amateur in the world. swell France. . "It feels very good being tied for the lead and I just need to keep believing in myself and trusting my golf shots and my swing." Megan Osland of Kelowna, B.C., also posted a strong opening round after a bogey-free 3-under 68. Osland sits alone at fifth, while defending champion Brooke Henderson of Smiths Falls, Ont. posted a 1-under 70 to share seventh place. The 16-year-old Henderson rebounded from a 2-over front-nine with a 3-under 32 closing nine that was highlighted by an eagle on the par-5 4th hole. In the Inter-Provincial Team Competition that is conducted over the first 36 holes of the championship, Ontarios James, Henderson and Brittany Marchand of Orangeville, Ont., sit seven strokes ahead of Alberta at 5-under par. In the mid-amateur division (25+), Christina Proteau of Port Alberni, B.C., will look to pick up her fourth consecutive title after opening with a 2-over 73. Proteau currently leads by five strokes over Torontos Marion Reid, who holds a three-stroke lead in the Mid-Master (40+) division after a 7-over 78. ' ' '