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Game Notes - Blues 4, Capitals 0

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Game Notes - Blues 4, Capitals 0

-The Blues recorded their fourth consecutive shutout, setting a franchise record and becoming the 9th different team to post four straight clean sheets in NHL history (done 11 times overall).  The last to do so was the 2003-04 Phoenix Coyotes.
 
-The club's franchise-best shutout streak currently sits at 240:17
 
-Jake Allen made 32 saves for his 6th shutout of the season (2nd most overall) and the 11th of his Blues career overall which ties Grant Fuhr for 6th most in franchise history.  Over his last nine starts, Allen is 7-1-0, while his last five wins have all come against current playoff teams (WSH, DAL, ANA, CHI, MIN)
 
-Kyle Brodziak scored his 5th goal of the year, giving him tallies in consecutive games for the 10th time in his career
 
-Colton Parayko notched his 8th goal of the season, tying Dennis Wideman (05-06') for the third most by a Blues rookie defenseman in club history.  He ranks second in goals amongst rookie defenseman this season (1. Shayne Gostisbehere, 16)
 
-Parayko added a +4 rating, becoming the 4th different Blues rookie to post that rating in a single game (Bryan Helmer, Barret Jackman, Mike Van Ryn).  The last Blues defenseman overall to log a +4 rating in a single game was Kevin Shattenkirk on Dec. 18, 2011 vs. Columbus
 
-Vladimir Tarasenko scored his 35th goal, becoming the first Blue with consecutive 35-goal seasons since Pavol Demitra (01-02', 02-03')
 
-Patrik Berglund buried his 9th goal, six of which have come on the road
 
-Scottie Upshall notched his 6th assist, giving him back-to-back games with an assist for the first time this season
 
-Paul Stastny posted two assist, giving him back-to-back multi-assist games for the first time since a three-game stretch from Jan. 4 - 8, 2014
 
Blues Milestones
Vladimir Tarasenko logged his 200th career point
 
Up Next
The Blues host the Colorado Avalanche on Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. at Scottrade Center
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