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Game Notes - Blues 5, Devils 2

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Game Notes - Blues 5, Devils 2
  • The Blues extended their overall point streak to five games (2-0-3) while they collected points for the sixth time in their last seven home dates (5-1-1)
  • Patrik Berglund scored two power play goals for his 1st career multi-power play goal game and his 11th multi-goal game overall.  Berglund became the first Blue with two power play goals in a game since David Backes on Jan. 6, 2015 at Arizona.
  • Ty Rattie scored his first career NHL goal.  Prior to his call-up, Rattie shared the team lead with 23 points (9g, 14a) in Chicago (AHL) this season
  • Alexander Steen collected two assists and now ranks 10th overall with 26 helpers for the year.  Steen leads the Blues with 13 multi-point games this season, and now sits one shy of 200 assists for his Blues career
  • Scottie Upshall scored his 5th goal of the season and his second at Scottrade Center
  • Alex Pietrangelo’s assist extended his point streak to a season-high four games (1g, 3a)
  • Kevin Shattenkirk tallied his 18th assist and 26th point of the year.  Shattenkirk shares 8th amongst all defensemen with a 0.72 points per game average thus far
  • Jori Lehtera notched his third assist in his last four games
  • Colton Parayko’s assist gave him 17 points (6g, 11a) overall, vaulting him back in to the League lead in points amongst rookie defensemen.  Parayko also added a +2 rating and now shares 4th amongst all defensemen with a +15 mark for the year
  • Joel Edmundson landed eight hits, setting a new single-game Blues rookie record (hits have been tracked since 2005-06)
Blues Milestones
Ken Hitchcock earned his 200th win behind the Blues bench, becoming the 6th different coach in NHL history to post at least 200 wins with two different teams.  Hitchcock logged 277 wins with Dallas from 1995-2002
Up Next
The Blues host the Carolina Hurricanes on Thursday at 7 p.m. at Scottrade Center
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