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Game Notes: Feb. 7 at Ottawa

Blues have won three of last four games in Ottawa

by Dan O'Neill / St. Louis Blues

The Blues are set up for success tonight as they have won three of their last four trips to Ottawa, while earning at least a point in each contest. What's more, the Blues have been impressive in the second game of back-to-back sets this season, going 5-2-0. The last time the Blues faced the Senators in the Canadian capital they participated in a franchise-long 11-round shootout. Jake Allen stopped all 11 Senator attempts while Patrik Berglund tallied the lone goal for the Blues. Overall, the Blues have managed at least a point in eight of their last nine games against Ottawa (4-1-4).

What to Watch

Can the Blues continue their strong road play? The club has won four of their last six road outings, including victories over San Jose, Anaheim, Pittsburgh and Philadelphia. Defense has been the key as in their four wins, the Blues have conceded only one goal while scoring 11. Carter Hutton has logged three shutouts over his last five road starts, setting a new single-season career high. He has also become just the seventh different Blues netminder to post at least three road shutouts in a single season.


David Perron - 5 shy of 100 goals as a Blue
Paul Stastny - 2 shy of 100 PIM as a Blue
Kyle Brodziak - 1 shy of 400 career PIM
Carl Gunnarsson - 9 shy of 100 career assists
Kevin Shattenkirk - 10 shy of 300 career PIM / 7 shy of 100 assists as a Blue
Jori Lehtera - 6 shy of 100 career points

Quick Hits
  • The Blues penalty killers have dispatched all 12 power-play attempts they've faced over their last three games
  • Last night, the Blues blocked a season-high 22 shots
  • After posting a minus-21 goal differential in their first 17 road games this season, the Blues have logged a plus-4 mark over their last six
  • Kenny Agostino became the second Blues recall to score in his debut with the club (Wade Megan)
  • Paul Stastny collected his fouth game-winning goal of the season against the Flyers last night. He now shares the team lead in that category with Vladimir Tarasenko
  • Jake Allen (75) is one win shy of passing Rick Wamsley for 8th on the Blues' all-time franchise list
50th Anniversary Throwback Note

On this day in 1992, St. Louis Blues traded Adam Oates to the Boston Bruins in exchange for Craig Janney and Stephane Quintal

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