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|Last 10 Games|
|Stastny Signs With Blues |
|(7/1/14) Paul Stastny has signed a four-year, $28 million deal with the Blues, NHL Network reports.|
|Impressive Playoff Run Ends For Avs' Stastny |
|(5/1/14) Paul Stastny scored his fifth goal of the series in Wednesday's Game 7 against the Wild, but it wasn't enough for the Avs to advance to the second round.|
|Avs Win Behind Stastny's Four Points |
|(4/19/14) Paul Stastny capped another explosive night with a power-play goal into an empty net as the Avalanche beat Minnesota on Saturday, 4-2. He had already registered three assists before putting the game away with the late tally.|
|Avs' Stastny Delivers Three Points, Game 1 Winner |
|(4/17/14) Paul Stastny scored two goals -- including the game-tying goal with 14 seconds remaining and the overtime winner -- and added an assist in Thursday's Game 1 triumph over the Wild.|
|Avs' Stastny Pots Pair Of Goals Thursday |
|(4/10/14) Paul Stastny found the back of the net twice Thursday in a 4-2 win over Vancouver. It was his third two-goal game of the year.|
Meech helps Stars beat Blues 4-2
KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) Derek Meech scored the deciding goal in the second period in the Dallas Stars' 4-2 exhibition victory over the St. Louis Blues on Saturday night.
Can the Colorado Avalanche avoid regression in 2014-15?
The Colorado Avalanche are going to be the team a lot of advanced stats analysts will be watching to see if they can beat a widely projected regression from their remarkable 2013-14 season.
Blue Jackets beat Blues 5-4 to improve to 4-0-0
ST. LOUIS (AP) Mark Letestu had a goal and an assist and the Columbus Blue Jackets beat the St. Louis Blues 5-4 on Thursday night to improve to 4-0-0 in exhibition play.
2014 Draft Prep: Busts for Draft Day
Not every player is created equally. That also goes for expectations placed upon them. Dan Pennucci examines those he thinks are lining up to disappoint Fantasy owners.
NHL training camp: Paul Stastny among new faces in new places
There are going to be a lot of new faces in new places as there is every year in the NHL. Here's a look at the new acquisitions, big and small, that could be particularly interesting to watch when training camps start.
|After a disappointing finish to a dazzling regular season, the Blues wasted no time in upgrading their club for a possible Cup run in 2014-15, signing Paul Stastny to a four-year, $28-million contract on the first day of free agency. Coming off a 60-point season with the Avalanche - the fourth of his eight-year career - Stastny joins a Blues squad similarly flush with talent on the wings, a situation that should again provide a bounty of scoring opportunities. In fact, it’s not out of the realm of possibility that the hometown boy improves upon last year’s point total, as his arrival frees up captain David Backes to expend most of his energy defensively against the opposition’s top snipers, while Stastny preys on lesser second-line competition. Furthermore, with ascendant wingers Jaden Schwartz and Vladimir Tarasenko likely to flank him on either side most nights, Stastny stands to see a probable upgrade from last season’s plus-9 rating, conferring him an advantage over other forwards with similar points per game projections. (Updated 8/13/14) |