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Super Bowl 50

Sun, Feb 7, 2016

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Even though the Blues entered the break with a pair of divisional losses, they have a seven-point advantage on the Avalanche for third place. They also expect to get forward Jaden Schwartz back soon, making a deep forward group deeper.
The Blues are one of those teams you know are good, but they have had frequent lapses this season. Blowing a late lead in a loss to the Avalanche recently is a good example of why they can't take that next step. They have to be better at closing games to remain among the league's elite long term.
The Blues are back on track with wins in four of their last five games. They're just two points behind the Stars for second in the Central and have a healthy nine-point cushion between them and the Minnesota Wild. Meanwhile, Vladimir Tarasenko keeps scoring goals in bunches.
A 4-3-3 record over their last 10 games has the Blues losing some ground in the Central Division race. They've been passed up by Chicago for second in the division and have just a three-point advantage on the Wild for that third spot.
The Blues are beginning to see their grasp on second place in the Central become ever more precarious. They've lost three straight and five of their last eight, but are closing in on getting their full lineup back finally.
As one of two teams that can say they beat Dallas twice, the Blues have been strong in Central Division play. They're 9-4-0 against divisional opponents and still don't even have their full lineup yet. They'll be even scarier when healthy.
The Blues have lost their grip on second place in the Central Division thanks to a recent push by Chicago, but still have won five of their last eight games. Vladimir Tarasenko and Alexander Steen remain one of the league's most impressive duos.
After their 11-3-1 start to the season, the Blues have gone 4-5-3 over their last 12. The injuries appear to have finally caught up to this club.
With points in six of their past seven games, the Blues are keeping themselves within striking distance of the red-hot Stars in the Central. Their depth has been tested, and the Blues have passed those tests with flying colors.
The Blues have one of league's better overall lineups, but their record has a lot to do with the play of goalie Jake Allen. He now has a .932 save percentage and appears to be tightening his grip on the No. 1 job.
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A 21-second lapse against the Minnesota Wild is the only thing keeping the Blues from a 2-0 start. The good news is Vladimir Tarasenko already has goals in each game as he enters the first year of his massive contract. He could be in for a huge year.
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