Binnington enjoying every bit of playoff hockey that he can

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ST. LOUIS (AP) - The home team is still searching for its first victory in this topsy-turvy series. The Blues lead 2-1 heading into Game 4 on Tuesday but rookie goaltender Jordan Binnington allowed more than four goals for the first time in his young career in Game 3. The puck slipped past the 25-year-old six times over the final 35 minutes as the Jets regained some of their swagger.

``We're building every shift, every game throughout the series,'' said Jets forward Kyle Connor, who scored twice in Game 3. ``We're getting close to our game and it's pretty dangerous.''St. Louis star Vladimir Tarasenko shrugged off the loss.``There's no panic here. Nobody said it was going to be easy,'' he said. ``We'll be ready for a war next game.''

KMOX's Chris Hrabe caught up with Binnington after morning skate on Tuesday, before the 8:30 p.m. puck drop at Enterprise Center. You can watch the interview in the video above.