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Allen moves up franchise shutout list

Blues goalie has 15 shutouts, which ranks fourth in team history

by Chris Pinkert / St. Louis Blues

GLENDALE - With a 31-save shutout on Saturday night against the Arizona Coyotes, Blues goalie Jake Allen has moved into fourth place all-time in shutouts in franchise history.

Allen has 15-career shutouts - all with the Blues - which puts him just one behind Hockey Hall of Famer Glenn Hall, who posted 16 shutouts as a Blue.

"It's pretty awesome," Allen said of being listed next to Hall. "He's one of the best and obviously one of the best to wear the Blue Note. Hopefully I get to pass him. It's pretty good to be up there with a name like that."

This season, Allen has passed Brent Johnson (12) and Roman Turek (13) on his way up the all-time list. Only Hall (16), Jaroslav Halak (20) and Brian Elliott (25) rank ahead of Allen in team history.

Through his 151-game career, Allen has posted 84 wins - which ranks sixth all-time in franchise history.

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