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Game Notes - Blues 3, Rangers 6

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Game Notes - Blues 3, Rangers 6

  • The Blues fell to the Rangers but managed a 3-1-0 record on their four-game road trip, including wins in Chicago, Nashville and New Jersey
  • The Blues had their three-game win streak snapped and lost in regulation at Madison Square Garden for the first time since Jan. 20, 1998 (8-1-1 since)
  • Dmitrij Jaskin notched his first goal of the season and the 15th of his NHL career
  • Vladimir Tarasenko roofed his 8th goal of the year, tying Alexander Steen for the team lead. He now has two goals and three points overall in his last two trips to Madison Square Garden
  • Troy Brouwer tapped in his first power play goal of the season and the 49th of his career overall. He now has a point in four consecutive games (1g, 3a)
  • Scott Gomez posted an assist, stretching his assist streak to four games (5a). With seven helpers for the season, he sits just one behind Alex Pietrangelo and Troy Brouwer for the team lead
  • Robby Fabbri tallied the primary assist on Brouwer's power play goal, giving him his first career power play point
  • Colton Parayko had an assist and his now tied for fourth among all rookies with 11 points for the season (5g, 6a). He also added a team-high four blocked shots
  • Kyle Brodziak recorded his first assist of the season
  • Alexander Steen led all skaters with seven shots on goal. It was the ninth time he has accrued at least seven shots in a road game for his career (career high: 11 - Jan. 2, 2015 at ANA)

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  • The Blues will host the Chicago Blackhawks on Saturday, Nov. 14 at 7 p.m. at Scottrade Center

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