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Game Notes: Oct. 15 vs. NY Rangers

by Dan O'Neill / St. Louis Blues

Saturday's game will be a very special occasion as the Blues welcome back members of the Salomon family to drop the puck before the Blues host the Rangers. Sid Salomon Jr. and Sid Salomon III owned the team from its inception until 1977. Following the pregame festivities, the Blues will take on a Rangers team that has beaten them on consecutive occasions. After wins in Chicago and against Minnesota, St. Louis is looking to win their first three games of a season for just the fourth time in franchise history. Over the past six seasons, they have been a nightmare for Eastern Conference opponents, posting a Western Conference-best 84-33-15 mark since 2010-11.

What to Watch

Blues fans will see Carter Hutton in his first regular season start. Hutton has only faced the Rangers once in his career, stopping 28 of 29 shots in a winning effort. Hutton starred in Blues training camp, going 2-2-1 with a .931 save percentage


Kyle Brodziak will dress in his 700th game Saturday, joining Jay Bouwmeester and Alexander Steen as the only Blues who are part of the 700 club. In addition, Alexander Steen (148 goals) is just one goal short of Doug Gilmour (149) for 13th on the Blues' career goals register. After a four-point start, Paul Stastny is just one shy of 100 points as a Blue

Quick Hits
  • The Blues have started 2-0-0 for the 10th time in team history
  • Including this season, the Blues have gone a combined 28-7-4 in the first month of a season dating back to 2012-13
  • The Blues were 13-6-2 in Saturday games last season
  • St. Louis, along with LA, Ottawa and Montreal, are the only teams against which Henrik Lundqvist is below .500 in his career
  • The Blues have allowed 19 and 21 shots in their first two games, respectively. Last season, they were 17-6-2 when allowing fewer than 25 shots in a game
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