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Game Notes - Blues 2, Bruins 0

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Game Notes - Blues 0, Bruins 0
  • The Blues improved to 4-1-0 in their last five games overall and 10-5-2 on the road for the season.  Their .647 road win percentage is 5th-best in the NHL
  • Vladimir Tarasenko scored the game-winning goal for his 22nd tally overall this season, tying Jamie Benn for the League lead.  Two of his last three goals have been game-winners, bringing him to four for the season, which shares 6th overall
  • Tarasenko now has points in seven straight games (6g, 5a), tying a career high for the third time.  The Blues are now 14-5-1 when he scores this season
  • Jake Allen posted his 5th shutout of the season, tying Corey Crawford for the overall League lead.  It was the 10th clean sheet of Allen's career, as he became the 10th goalie in Blues history to reach that plateau.
  • Allen improved to 7-3-1 on the road and is now 2-1-0 in the second game of back-to-back sets, including a 1.08 goals against average and a .961 save percentage
  • Robby Fabbri roofed his 7th goal, giving him scores in consecutive games for the second time this season.  Five of Fabbri's seven goals have come against Eastern Conference competition
  • Magnus Paajarvi assisted on Tarasenko's game-winner, giving him a point in consecutive games for the first time this season (1g, 1a)
  • David Backes' 11th assist of the season was also the 241st of his career, moving him into sole possession of 8th on the Blues' all-time assists list
  • Alex Pietrangelo and Jay Bouwmeester assisted on Fabbri's goal.  Pietrangelo has two assists in his last four games while Bouwmeester has two helpers in his last five
  • Robert Bortuzzo returned to the lineup and delivered a team-high seven hits which was one shy of a career high
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