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Game Notes - Blues 4, Predators 0

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Game Notes - Blues 4, Predators 0

  • The Blues won their second game in-a-row and improved their overall record to 10-3-1.  They currently sit second in the Central Division and Western Conference with 21 points
  • Colton Parayko scored his 5th goal of the season, and his second on the power play.  He is tied for the league lead in goals by a defensemen and leads all rookie defensemen in points (5g, 5a)
  • Parayko's goal was his 3rd game-winner of the season, tying a Blues rookie record for the most game winning goals by a defenseman in a single season (Erik Johnson 2007-08)
  • Troy Brouwer grabbed an assist, extending his point streak to seven games against the Predators (7g, 2a)
  • Scott Gomez recorded his 1st multi-point game with the Blues (2a) - the 169th of his career
  • Alex Pietrangelo scored his 1st goal of the season, on the power play in the 3rd period
  • Scottie Upshall scored his 3rd goal of the season
  • The Blues scored two power play goals for the first time this season and the first time overall since March 21st, against the Minnesota Wild
  • Alexander Steen scored his team leading 8th goal of the season and had one assist.  It was his 5th multi-point game of the season and the 98th of his career
  • Vladimir Tarasenko assisted on Steen's goal, tying him with Steen for the team lead in points with 13 (7g, 6a)
  • Jake Allen stopped all 45 shots he faced for his 2nd shutout of the season and 7th of his career. His 45 saves were also the most in a single game in his career
  • Jake Allen's 45 saves were the most saves in a shutout by a Blues goalie since Chris Mason on November 25, 2008
  • Kevin Shattenkirk logged 19:00 minutes of ice time and had one shot in his first game back after a 10-game absence
Blues Milestones
  • David Backes appeared in his 662nd career game, tying Garry Unger for 5th on the Blues' all-time franchise list
  • Alex Pietrangelo dressed in his 400th career game, becoming the 11th defensemen in club history to reach that plateau
Up Next
  • The Blues will visit the New Jersey Devils on Tuesday, Nov. 10 at 6 p.m. (CST) at Prudential Center
 
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