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Snag a Mr. Overtime shirt, support the St. Louis Area Foodbank

David Perron’s on quite the roll.

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David Perron’s money in overtime. His goal in extra time got the Blues the win over the San Jose Sharks on Thursday night, and this isn’t a new talent. He was scoring overtime game winners like clockwork last season as well - four, to be exact, plus a bonus shootout game winner as well.

When asked where all this is coming from, Perron had a simple answer:

“I get on the ice,” Perron said, only half-joking. “I don’t know. Early in my career I didn’t go out a lot (in overtime). Even 4-on-3’s, I don’t remember being out there too often to be honest with you in my career except maybe my last three (years). I’m trying to just run with it.”

So basically, all he needed to do was play for the Blues, but not be coached by Andy Murray, Ken Hitchcock, or Mike Yeo. That’s a simple recipe for success.

To celebrate Perron’s skill, St. Louis Game Time is happy to partner with BreakingT on this Mr. Overtime t-shirt and (since it’s still cold out), Mr. Overtime hoodie.

Like we’ve done before, all proceeds from selling this shirt or hoodie (12.5% of each sale) will go to the St. Louis Area Foodbank. The food bank does vital work in the metro St. Louis area, but with the COVID-19 pandemic still an issue, what they do is even more important than ever before.

Every $25 raised is 100 meals for the food bank. Even if you can’t purchase a shirt, please consider giving here, or if you’d prefer to donate food directly, please see their list of needed food items here.

Last year through the sale of t-shirts we were able to donate $230 to the foodbank, which breaks down to 920 meals to our neighbors. We were also able to donate $130 to the Blues’ COVID relief fund. Let’s see what we can do this year.