The St. Louis Blues boast eight players with 50 or more points this season.
That’s the most in the NHL.
Players to reach the 50-point mark this season are Vladimir Tarasenko (82), Robert Thomas (77), Pavel Buchnevich (76), Jordan Kyrou (73), Ivan Barbashev (60), Brayden Schenn (58), David Perron (55), and Ryan O’Reilly (55).
The Blues also have eight forwards with 20 or more goals – Tarasenko (34), Buchnevich (30), Kyrou (26), Perron (26), Ivan Barbashev (26), Schenn (24), Brandon Saad (24) and Thomas (20). That also ranks as the best mark in the NHL.
Through games played as of April 27, the Blues ranked third overall in the League with 305 goals. The club’s all-time record for one season is 352 goals, which was set during in 1980-81.
Only the Florida Panthers (331) and Toronto Maple Leafs (307) rank higher in goals for this season.
The Colorado Avalanche ended the St. Louis Blues’ team-record 16-game point streak with a 5-3 win at Ball Arena on Tuesday.
Vladimir Tarasenko has been nominated for the Bill Masterton Memorial Trophy by the St. Louis chapter of the Professional Hockey Writers’ Association.
The award is given annually to the NHL player who “best exemplifies the qualities of perseverance, sportsmanship, and dedication to hockey.”
Getzlaf gets late assist in final NHL game, Ducks lose to Blues
Anaheim captain retires after 17 seasons; St. Louis point streak at 16
Ryan Getzlaf had an assist in his final NHL game for the Anaheim Ducks, a 6-3 loss to the St. Louis Blues at Honda Center on Sunday.
Thomas matches NHL’s longest point streak this season
Robert Thomas extended his point streak to 17 games on Sunday night in Anaheim
Robert Thomas matched the longest consecutive-game point streak in the NHL this season with an assist on Sunday night against the Anaheim Ducks.
ST. LOUIS – St. Louis Blues President of Hockey Operations and General Manager Doug Armstrong announced today the team has activated forward Tyler Bozak from long-term injured reserve.
In addition, the Blues assigned forward Dakota Joshua to the team’s AHL affiliate, the Springfield Thunderbirds.
Blues set new record for consecutive games with at least one point
Dating back to March 28, the St. Louis Blues are 12-0-2 in their last 14 games
With their 3-1 win against the San Jose Sharks on Thursday night, the St. Louis Blues extended their point streak to 14 consecutive games – the longest in their 55-year history.