Skip to main content
The Official Site of the St. Louis Blues

Game Notes - Blues 3, Blackhawks 2

by St. Louis Blues / St. Louis Blues


Game Notes - Blues 3, Blackhawks 2

-The Blues recorded their first playoff win in Chicago since Apr. 23, 2002.  They have now won four of their last five trips to United Center (reg + postseason), including third-period comebacks in each of the last two
 
-Jaden Schwartz logged the game-winning-goal in the third period - the first such postseason tally of his career.  Schwartz now has a point in back-to-back games of this series (1g, 1a)
 
-Patrik Berglund tied the game 2-2 in the final frame.  It was his 7th career postseason goal
 
-Colton Parayko scored his first career playoff goal, becoming first Blues rookie defenseman to score in a playoff game since Bryce Salvador on May 21, 2001 vs. Colorado.  The last to do it against the Blackhawks was Paul Cavallini on Apr. 9, 1988
 
-Robby Fabbri collected his first two career postseason assists, becoming the first Blues rookie with a multi-assist game since Jochen Hecht (3 assists) on Apr. 23, 2000
 
-Vladimir Tarasenko grabbed his first assist of the series and recorded seven shots on goal which tied a playoff career high
 
-David Backes tallied an assist and now has a point in three consecutive playoff games  (1g, 2a) for the second time in his career.  Backes also landed eight hits which equaled a postseason career high
 
-Kevin Shattenkirk posted an assist, giving him a point in back-to-back games
 
Game Four
The Blues will visit the Blackhawks on Tuesday at 8:30 p.m. at United Center
View More