ST. LOUIS -- T.J. Oshie scored twice and Brian Elliott made 30 saves to lead the St. Louis Blues to a 5-0 win over the Los Angeles Kings on Thursday. St. Louis has won four in a row and six of seven. Los Angeles lost a season-high fifth successive game. The Kings previous five-game losing streak came Dec. 3-13, 2011. Oshie scored twice in a 91-second span in the second period to push the lead to 3-0. After his second tally, the standing-room only crowd of 19,839 broke into chants of, "USA, USA," in honour of Oshies selection to the United States Olympic team Wednesday. It was the first two-goal game of the season for Oshie. Elliott, who improved to 11-1-2, picked up his third shutout of the season and 24th of his career. He stopped 13 shots in the opening period, including a pad save on Jarret Stoll. Brenden Morrow, Vladimir Tarasenko and Barret Jackman also scored for St. Louis. Morrow scored just 4:42 into the game to give the Blues to a 1-0 lead. Kevin Shattenkirk, another Olympic team selection, missed on a long shot, but Morrow pounced on the rebound at the side of the net and banked it in off goalie Martin Jones. Oshie scored on the power play at 11:41 of the second off the rebound of a shot by Jaden Schwartz. Less than two minutes later, Oshie whipped a shot behind replacement Ben Scrivens. Jones, who fell to 8-3, gave up two goals on 14 shots and was pulled after Oshies first tally. The Kings had won 15 of the previous 18 games between the teams including post-season play. Los Angeles won four successive games after falling behind 2-0 in the opening round of the Western Conference playoffs last season and also swept the Blues in four games in the 2012 conference semifinals. Notes: St. Louis RW Ryan Reaves returned to the lineup after missing 17 games with a broken hand. ... The Kings have outscored their opponents by 15 goals in the first period this season. ... St. Louis G Jaroslav Halak missed the game due to the flu. 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Jeffersons agent also tweeted about the cornerback joining the Seahawks after he was released last November by Minnesota following an arrest. The Seahawks confirmed later Friday that both players had agreed to terms with the team. Seattle also announced it would not pick up the fifth-year contract option on former first-round pick James Carpenter, making him eligible to be a free agent after the 2014 season. Schofield proved important early last season when injuries hit the Seahawks defence. Schofield appeared in 15 regular-season games with two starts. He finished with one sack and appeared in two playoff games. Schofield agreed to a deal with the New York Giants in free agency but the deal was voided. Jefferson appeared in 25 games combined over the past two seasons with Minnesota. His best season came in 2011 with Arizona when he had 59 tackles and one interception. 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