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Game Notes - Blues 4, Oilers 6

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Game Notes - Blues 4, Oilers 6

-The Blues lost their 2nd straight game, their 1st in their last 9 against the Oilers, but still are tied for 1st in the Central Division and the Western Conference, as the Stars were idle tonight
-The Blues scored four goals tonight, making it their 6th consecutive road game with at least four goals. The last time the Blues tallied at least four goals in six consecutive road outings was Mar. 12 to Mar. 29, 1987

-Jaden Schwartz scored his 6th goal of the season and later added his 13th assist of the season, making it his 5th multi-point game of the season and the 36th of his career 

-Schwartz now has 15 points (6g, 9a) in 16 games since returning from injury

-David Backes scored his 18th and 19th goals of the season, for his 7th multi-point game of the season and his 100th career multi-point game

-Backes is now only one goal away from reaching the 20-goal plateau for the 6th time in his career

-Patrik Berglund scored his 8th goal of the season on the power play. He now has 3 power play goals this season

--Colton Parayko recorded his 22nd assist of the season, which is the most assists among the Blues rookies

-Vladimir Tarasenko notched his 29th assist of the season. He leads the team with 62 points (33g, 29a). He is now just one assist away from reaching 30 assists for the 2nd straight season

-Edmundson recorded his 8th assist of the season.....Lehtera recorded his 22nd assisted of the season....Jaskin had his first assist in his last six games...Petrangelo recorded his 24th assist of the season,

Blues Milestones
Kevin Shattenkirk appeared in his 400th career game

David Backes scored the 203rd and 204th goals of his career, which tied him with Pavol Demitra for 6th on the Blues Franchise All-Time Goals list. It also caused him to jump Al MacInnis and take sole possession of 6th on the Blues All-Time Points list.

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