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Game Notes - Blues 4, Flames 7

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Game Notes - Blues 4, Flames 7


-The Blues had their six-game win streak snapped but maintained a share of first in the Central Division as Dallas was idle
 
-Scottie Upshall roofed his 6th goal of the year.  Four of his six tallies have come on the road and two have been against the Flames in Calgary
 
-Paul Stastny notched his 8th and 9th goals for his first multi-goal game of the season and second as a Blue overall.  Stastny now has points in four straight games for the third time this season (3g, 4a)
 
-Kevin Shattenkirk buried a power play goal and now has goals in consecutive games for the third time this season.  Now with six power play markers on the year, Shattenkirk is one shy of his career high while his 23 power play points overall share 5th amongst all defensemen
 
-Colton Parayko collected his 21st assist of the season which ranks 3rd amongst all rookie blueliners.  Parayko logged three goals and one assist in this season's series with the Flames
 
-Robby Fabbri picked up his 18th assist, extending his career-high point streak to five games (1g, 5a)
 
-Jaden Schwartz recorded his 12th helper of the year, extending his assist streak to three games (4a)
 
-Troy Brouwer posted his 14th and 15th assists for his second multi-assist game of the season.  He now has five points (1g, 4a) over his last four games against the Flames
 
-Magnus Paajarvi returned to the lineup and logged his 5th assist of the year.  He has two assists over his last three starts
 
-Anders Nilsson made his Blues debut, spelling Jake Allen in the second period.  Nilsson became the fifth different goaltender to play for the Blues this season, joining Allen, Brian Elliott, Jordan Binnington and Pheonix Copley.  Nilsson stopped 12 of 14 shots he faced
 
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-The Blues visit the Edmonton Oilers on Wednesday at 8:30 p.m. (CST) at Rexall Place
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