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Game Notes - Blues 4, Wild 1

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Game Notes - Blues 4, Wild 1

  • The victory was the Blues’ 30th of the season as they became the sixth team to reach that plateau-The Blues snapped an eight-game power play scoring drought with their first three-goal effort of the season (3 for 6) and first overall since Jan. 6, 2014 at Arizona
  • Brian Elliott made 38 saves – his third highest total for the season. Elliott has won three of his last four home starts while posting a 2.26 goals against average and a .943 save percentage in that span. Overall, Elliott has allowed more than two goals just once in his last seven starts (4-2-1, 1.43 GAA, .955 SV%)
  • 23 of Elliott’s saves came during the second period when the Wild registered 24 shots. It was the highest single-period total allowed by the Blues since Chris Osgood fielded 25 shots in the third period on Oct. 29, 2003 against Detroit
  • Paul Stastny notched a goal and an assist for his fifth multi-point effort of the season and his second on home ice
  • Jori Lehtera tallied his fifth multi-point game of the season. His first power play goal of the year also proved to be his third game-winner which shares second on the club (1. Tarasenko, 4)
  • Troy Brouwer registered a power play goal and added an assist for his fifth multi-point outing this season. Brouwer now has six points (3g, 3a) over his last seven games
  • Vladimir Tarasenko logged his 26th goal of the season and his ninth on the power play, which is a new career high
  • Robby Fabbri tallied two assists for his first career multi-assist game. Fabbri now has five points (1g, 4a) over his last four home games
  • Alexander Steen’s 28th assist was also his 15th on the power play, which ranks fifth overall. Steen’s career high for power play assists is 16, which he set in 74 games last season

Blues Milestones
Scottie Upshall served four penalty minutes, pushing him over 500 for his career

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