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Jay Bouwmeester, # 19
YEAR-TO-DATE STATS
GPGAPTS+/-PIM
8111415628
 
Scottie Upshall, # 10
YEAR-TO-DATE STATS
GPGAPTS+/-PIM
7310818-145
 
Alexander Steen, # 20
YEAR-TO-DATE STATS
GPGAPTS+/-PIM
76163551-253
 
News
Steen factored into the scoring Saturday, as the Blues prevailed over the Wild to move on to the conference semifinals.

Steen went top shelf in the first period to give St. Louis a 2-0 lead. He's a dependable forward, closing out the opening series with two goals, two assists and a plus-2 rating. The Predators are up next for the Blues -- Steen's scored 13 goals with 14 assists against them in 42 career regular-season contests.

Kyle Brodziak, # 28
YEAR-TO-DATE STATS
GPGAPTS+/-PIM
698715227
 
David Perron, # 57
YEAR-TO-DATE STATS
GPGAPTS+/-PIM
82182846-254
 
Patrik Berglund, # 21
YEAR-TO-DATE STATS
GPGAPTS+/-PIM
82231134-732
 
Vladimir Sobotka, # 71
YEAR-TO-DATE STATS
GPGAPTS+/-PIM
110100
 
Jake Allen, # 34
YEAR-TO-DATE STATS
GPW-L-OTSOSV%GAA
6133-20-34.9152.42
 
News
Allen allowed three goals on 37 shots in a 4-3 overtime victory against the Wild during Game 5 of the first round on Saturday. The Blues won the first-round series 4-1.

The Blue netminder wasn't quite as sharp in this one, but it was enough to move on to the second round, and he was spectacular overall in the series. Against the Wild, Allen posted a .956 save percentage and 1.47 GAA, as he finally looked like the elite goaltender St. Louis expects him to be. He will face a much tougher test in Nashville in the second round, but things are certainly pointed in the right direction for Allen.

Alex Pietrangelo, # 27
YEAR-TO-DATE STATS
GPGAPTS+/-PIM
80143448324
 
Ryan Reaves, # 75
YEAR-TO-DATE STATS
GPGAPTS+/-PIM
8076134104
 
Carl Gunnarsson, # 4
YEAR-TO-DATE STATS
GPGAPTS+/-PIM
56066-54
 
Magnus Paajarvi, # 56
YEAR-TO-DATE STATS
GPGAPTS+/-PIM
32851396
 
News
Paajarvi potted a series-winning goal in overtime Saturday against the Wild.

This was the first career playoff goal for Paajarvi in eight games, and one that he'll never forget. He's locked into a bottom-six role, but suddenly becomes more valuable in fantasy playoff settings because the Blues have advanced and there's more opportunity for him to shine.

Carter Hutton, # 40
YEAR-TO-DATE STATS
GPW-L-OTSOSV%GAA
3013-8-24.9132.39
 
Jaden Schwartz, # 17
YEAR-TO-DATE STATS
GPGAPTS+/-PIM
781936551418
 
News
Schwartz collected two primary assists in Saturday's series-clinching win over the Wild.

Having bagged the pair of apples, Schwartz waved goodbye to the Wild after lighting them up for five points in as many games. The shifty winger works on the top line, first power-play unit, and even the penalty kill. He'll look to keep it going in the conference semifinals, facing the Predators.

Vladimir Tarasenko, # 91
YEAR-TO-DATE STATS
GPGAPTS+/-PIM
82393675-112
 
News
Tarasenko opened the scoring for the Blues on Saturday in what would culminate as a 4-3 overtime win over the Wild to claim the series.

It was the Russian sniper's first goal and third point of the 2017 Stanley Cup playoffs. In the conference semifinals, Tarasenko will look to cause fits for goalie Pekka Rinne and the Predators; he's accumulated 22 points (10 goals, 12 assists) against that club in just 24 career regular-season contests.

Joel Edmundson, # 6
YEAR-TO-DATE STATS
GPGAPTS+/-PIM
69312151160
 
Jordan Schmaltz, # 43
YEAR-TO-DATE STATS
GPGAPTS+/-PIM
902204
 
News
Schmaltz was reassigned to AHL Chicago on Sunday.

The blueliner was called up prior to Game 5, but he was only up to provide depth, and was a healthy scratch in the contest. With the Blues having a few days off in between rounds, Schmaltz will head to Chicago to help them in the first round of the Calder Cup playoffs.

Ivan Barbashev, # 49
YEAR-TO-DATE STATS
GPGAPTS+/-PIM
30571252
 
Jori Lehtera, # 12
YEAR-TO-DATE STATS
GPGAPTS+/-PIM
6471522-634
 
News
Lehtera will be back in the lineup Saturday in Minnesota, Jeremy Rutherford of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch reports.

After being a healthy scratch the past three games, Lehtera will rotate in as a bottom-six center Saturday. In Game 1, he recorded one hit and one blocked shot, and finished with a plus-1 rating.

Colton Parayko, # 55
YEAR-TO-DATE STATS
GPGAPTS+/-PIM
8143135732