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Game Notes - Blues 3, Canucks 0

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Game Notes - Blues 3, Canucks 0


-The Blues snapped a two-game skid and are now two points shy of Dallas for first in the Central Division
 
-The Blues registered 50 shots on goal which was their most in a road game since they logged 52 on Apr. 14, 1996 against Chicago.  Each Blue had at least one shot on goal and 15 of 18 skaters posted multiple shots
 
-Brian Elliott returned to the lineup and posted his 2nd shutout of the season and the franchise-leading 23rd of his Blues career.  Since the All-Star break, Elliott has gone 5-0-0 on the road, including a 1.60 goals against average, a .937 save percentage and two shutouts.  He now sits with 99 wins for his Blues career
 
-Troy Brouwer logged his 15th goal and his 5th on the power play.  Brouwer now has four points (2g, 2a) over his last four games while four of his last five goals have come with the man-advantage
 
-Brouwer's goal also proved to be the game-winner - his third of the year.  He has now recorded at least three game-winning goals in seven straight seasons
 
-Robby Fabbri grabbed his 19th assist, giving him seven points (1g, 6a) over his last seven games.  Fabbri shares the NHL rookie lead with six assists for the month of March (Sam Reinhart, Connor McDavid)
 
-Jaden Schwartz notched an assist and added an empty net goal for his third multi-point outing in his last four games.  Schwartz' point streak now sits at a season-high five games (2g, 6a)
 
-Paul Stastny collected his 29th and 30th assists, reaching the 30-assist plateau for the eighth time in his career.   Stastny has now recorded three goals and six assists over his last six games
 
-Kevin Shattenkirk posted his 26th assist and now has 39 points for the year.  Shattenkirk has three goals and an assist over his last four games, bringing him to within a point of his third consecutive 40-point season
 
-Vladimir Tarasenko led all skaters with eight shots on goal, tying a single-game career-high for the fifth time
 
Blues Milestones
Vladimir Tarasenko scored his 34th goal of the season and the 100th of his career

Ken Hitchcock earned his 750th career victory
 
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