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|01/29/2015||Mathieu Perreault, C WPG|
Mark Scheifele, C WPG
David Backes, C STL
|Jordan Eberle, RW EDM|
Steven Stamkos, C TB
|01/28/2015||Nick Foligno, LW CLB||David Backes, C STL|
|01/28/2015||Ondrej Palat, LW TB|
Chris Kunitz, LW PIT
|David Backes, C STL|
Andrew Ladd, LW WPG
|Last 10 Games|
Blues' Backes Still Streaking
|(8:53 am ET) David Backes recorded an assist and four shots on goal in Thursday's win over the Predators to improve his point streak to eight games. He's provided a goal or assist in 10 of his last 11 contests.|
Blues' Backes: 13 Points In Last Six Games
|(1/17/15) David Backes picked up two assists Saturday in a win over Toronto to extend his current point streak to six games and 13 points (seven goals, six assists).|
Backes Scores On Power Play In Blues' Loss
|(1/16/15) David Backes helped the Blues salvage a point Thursday, scoring a third-period power-play goal that sparked a comeback to push the game to overtime.|
Four Straight Multi-Point Games For Blues' Backes
|(1/13/15) David Backes rattled off his fourth consecutive multi-point effort Tuesday against Edmonton, picking up a goal and an assist to go with a plus-2 rating and six hits.|
Blues' Backes Still Red Hot With Two Assists
|(1/11/15) David Backes picked up two helpers Saturday in a shootout win over Carolina. It was his third multi-point effort in a row and he was plus-1 with two PIM, three shots, four hits, and a blocked shot in the stat sheet stuffing effort.|
Blues' Backes Still Streaking
Backes recorded an assist and four shots on goal in Thursday's win over the Predators to improve his point streak to eight games. He's provided a goal or assist in 10 of his last 11 contests.More impressive than the streak itself is how many of those games have been multi-point efforts (five). It's added up to seven goals, eight assists, and a plus-11 rating during that stretch. It's safe to say that kind of production plays in any league.
Shattenkirk lifts Blues past Predators in shootout
ST. LOUIS (AP) Kevin Shattenkirk took the blame for allowing the tying goal in the final minutes of regulation. He also took advantage of a chance to make up for it later.
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Week 15 Risers and Fallers
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Schwartz helps surging Blues beat Avalanche 3-1
ST. LOUIS (AP) It was the perfect way for the St. Louis Blues to glide into an extended All-Star break. Lots of positive energy with nine days between games.
|Although the spotlight seemed to shine on linemates Alexander Steen and T.J. Oshie more often during the Blues’ 52-win season, David Backes was the engine that made everything click, providing leadership, his usual reliable defense, and a superb 27 goals and 30 assists in 74 games. The 57-point output was the second-highest of Backes’ career, and a personal best was in sight until a broken toe limited his availability during the season’s final couple of weeks and seemed to compromise his effectiveness when he returned to action in the playoffs. Now presumably healthy entering his eighth season, Backes wouldn’t seem to have much room for growth in the scoring column, especially after the off-season signing of prized center Paul Stastny, who could cut into the captain’s ice time. Even with some regression in his point total, expect Backes to carry additional value in specialty leagues, as the feisty veteran is the rare top-line pivot who can score at a high rate and lay the lumber on the opposition (273 hits, 119 PIM in 2013-14). (Updated 8/13/14) |