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Game Notes - Blues 4, Wild 2

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Game Notes - Blues 4, Stars 2

-The Blues grabbed their third consecutive win overall and their seventh in their last eight road dates.  Now with 85 points, the Blues remain two points shy of both Chicago and Dallas for the Central Division lead
-Jake Allen improved to 21-13-3 and his now one win shy of tying a his single-season career high (22, 2014-15).  Allen has now won three straight games - all on the road - posting a 2.27 GAA and .936 SV% in the process
-Jori Lehtera returned from a three-game absence (upper-body injury) and scored his 8th goal of the year.  Lehtera has a goal and three assists over his last five games, while he's posted a plus or even rating in 10 straight (+4)
-Ryan Reaves notched his 3rd goal of the year.  It was his second career goal at Xcel Energy Center.  The only other visiting building in which he's scored multiple times is Honda Center in Anaheim
-Patrik Berglund's 6th goal of the year also proved to be his 4th game-winner.  Though he's played only 27 games, Berglund ranks second on the club in game-winners (1. Tarasenko, 5)
-Robby Fabbri scored into an empty-net for his 16th goal of the year.  Fabbri now has 11 points (5g, 6a) since the All-Star break, which shares 4th-most amongst all rookies
Blues Milestones
-David Backes collected his 250th career assists.  Backes is the 8th player in Blues history to reach that milestone.  Now with 451 career points, he is one shy of tying Al MacInnis for 6th on the all-time franchise list
Up Next
-The Blues host the Chicago Blackhawks on Wednesday, Mar. 9 at 7 p.m. at Scottrade Center
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