NHL: DETROIT (13-4) at ST LOUIS (7-7) <h3>Red Wings look to rebound as Blues try to snap slide</h3> <div class="pre">Detroit (13-3-1) at St Louis (7-7-0) 7:30 pm EST</div> ST. LOUIS (Ticker) - The Detroit Red Wings hope to avoid losingconsecutive games for the first time this season when they visitthe St. Louis Blues on Tuesday. On Sunday, the Red Wings had a nine-game winning streak stoppedwith a 3-2 loss to the Chicago Blackhawks. Despite the loss, Henrik Zetterberg assisted on NicklasLidstrom's third period tally, extending his team-record seasonopening-point streak to 17 games. The 27-year-old left wing has 13 goals and 14 assists thisseason, tying him for the NHL points lead with Sidney Crosby ofthe Pittsburgh Penguins. Zetterberg is second in the league ingoals, one behind the Atlanta Thrashers' Ilya Kovalchuk. Zetterberg appears to enjoy playing the Blues, logging 13 goalsand 16 assists in 24 career games - the most he has scoredagainst any other team. The Blues are looking to snap a three-game losing streak inwhich they have been outscored 10-4. St. Louis has not droppedfour consecutive games since last season, when it lost 11straight from the end of November to mid-December.