Blues 4, Predators 3 (SO): Vladimir Tarasenko scored the deciding goal in the fourth round of the shootout after notching the tying tally in the third period as host St. Louis moved to 14-0-1 against Central Division opponents.Jaden Schwartz and captain David Backes scored goals and T.J. Oshie also converted in the shootout as the Blues overcame blowing a 2-0 lead to beat Nashville for the third time in as many meetings this season. Brian Elliott made 28 saves and clinched the victory by denying Mattias Ekholm in the bonus format to halt a three-start losing streak.Paul Gaustad, Mike Fisher and defenseman Roman Josi had goals for the Predators, who have earned points in eight of their last 10 gmaes (6-2-2). Carter Hutton had 31 saves to fall to 6-1-1 in his last eight starts.Nashville capitalized on sloppy play by the Blues to erase a 2-0 deficit, pulling within a goal when St. Louis' Ian Cole made an awful pass into the slot that Gaustad buried with 3:12 left in the second period. Fisher tied it 3:25 into the third with a sharp-angle shot from the right boards that went off Elliott's right pad and into the net.Another turnover by the Blues led to Josi's go-ahead goal off a 3-on-2 at 7:33 but Tarasenko got the equalizer only 16 seconds later, cutting to the middle and whistling a shot that beat Hutton high and to the glove side. Schwartz opened the scoring on the power play midway through the opening period, converting Chris Stewart's feed in front, before Backes deflected a shot by Jay Bouwmeester 3 1/2 minutes into the second.GAME NOTEBOOK: Backes' goal was the 151st of his career, tying Joe Mullen for 11th place on the franchise career list. ... Predators F David Legwand assisted on Josi's goal to extend his point streak to four games. ... Blues F Vladimir Sobotka was placed on injured reserve Saturday and is expected to be sidelined until March after suffered an injury to his left leg when he crashed into the boards during Friday's game versus Carolina. Sobotka will be re-evaluated in four weeks.