Blues 6, Predators 1: Alex Steen scored twice to pull into a tie for the NHL lead with 10 goals as visiting St. Louis cruised to its seventh win in eight outings against Nashville.Steen, who has tallied six times in the past four games to pull even with Washington's Alex Ovechkin, eclipsed last season's total with his ninth goal at 5:27 of the first period. Steen got creative on his second tally 4:37 into the third as he banked the puck off Carter Hutton's back and into the net to give St. Louis a 4-1 lead.Defenseman Alex Pietrangelo, T.J. Oshie and Jaden Schwartz collected a goal and an assist apiece and Derek Roy also tallied. Jaroslav Halak turned aside 22 shots for the Blues, who have won four straight at Bridgestone Arena. Hutton was blitzed for five goals on 26 shots before being relieved by Magnus Hellberg, who finished with three saves in his first NHL appearance. Nick Spaling scored a short-handed goal 52 seconds into the third period for the Predators.Oshie redirected Pietrangelo's shot past Hutton to lift the Blues to a 2-0 lead at 7:34 of the second. St. Louis kept the pressure on as Schwartz scored with a one-timer just 4:02 later.GAME NOTEBOOK: Steen collected a goal and an assist in St. Louis' 4-2 season-opening victory over Nashville on Oct. 3. ... Blues RW Chris Stewart suffered an upper-body injury after being drilled into the end boards by Predators RW Patric Hornqvist in the second period. ... St. Louis LW Magnus Paajarvi suffered an upper-body injury in the first period and did not return.