Um, the St. Louis Blues are experiencing technical difficulties right now. Injuries have been plentiful, wins are scarce, and the fans are hungry for better days. But lots of people in St. Louis are hungry and for real food, not hockey victory. The fans can't do much to help the team, but we can help the less fortunate at the St. Louis Mills Shoot Against Hunger Night. Bring a non-perishable comestible or a cash donation to the Los Angeles Kings game, and after the pros finish, you get to take shots at the net for prizes courtesy of the St. Louis Mills mall (folks who can go topshelf may be propositioned by the Blues). The game starts at 7 p.m. at Savvis Center (South 14th Street and Clark Avenue; 314-241-1888 or www.savviscenter.net), tickets are $15 to $90, and regardless of the final score, people in St. Louis will feel better when the night is over.