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Jake Allen and the Blues have a chance to extend their winning streak to seven games when they visit the Sabres Saturday.
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WHAT TO WATCH FOR IN SPORTS THIS WEEKEND

There are several sports stories and headlines for you to keep up with over the weekend. This Friday in the Bommarito Sports Update we help sift through it all to keep you updated. Some of the key story lines heading into this weekend are …

BLUES VISIT SABRES FOR SATURDAY MATINEE

After a rough January, Jake Allen has four wins in five starts during February.
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The Blues have a chance to extend their current winning streak to seven games when they travel to Buffalo to face the Sabres in a rare Saturday afternoon matchup. You can catch all the action at 12 p.m. on FOX Sports Midwest.

BILLIKENS LOOK TO CONTINUE RECENT IMPROVEMENT

Davell Roby leads SLU with 12.6 points per game in A-10 play.
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After a 6-15 start to the 2016-17 campaign, the SLU Billikens have won three of their last five games and will look to continue improving when they visit Fordham on Saturday afternoon. The Billikens, who are 4-9 in conference play, will attempt to pick up their second road win of the season against a Fordham squad that is 5-8 in Atlantic 10 games this season.

MIZZOU VISITS TENNESSEE

Jordan Barnett leads Mizzou with 12.6 points per game since making his debut in December.
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Mizzou was winless through its first nine SEC games, but the Tigers have experienced a turnaround of sorts during the month of February. They picked up their first two conference wins against Arkansas and Vanderbilt, and they lost by only three points to both Texas A&M and Alabama. The Tigers have a shot at another conference win on Saturday afternoon, when they travel to Tennessee and face a Volunteers team that has lost three of its past four games.