Bozak has zero goals, five assists and 21 shots on net in the last nine games. Bozak didn't come to the Blues as a high-profile goal scorer since he scored just 11 times last year, but he's firing at a high rate and simply not converting. The 32-year-old pivot is logging substantial power-play time, though, with three minutes on the man advantage per game.
Bozak collected two assists, five shots on goal and a plus-2 rating in Friday's 4-0 win over the Sharks. Bozak found Jaden Schwartz in the slot for the team's third goal, and his second helper came on a pass through traffic to Alexander Steen to seal the game in the third period. After a slow start with just two points in the first eight games, Bozak has grown into his role and registered two goals and six assists in the last six outings.
Bozak registered two assists in Tuesday's 4-1 win over the Hurricanes. The 32-year-old has been on a bit of a hot streak recently, recording points in four of his previous five games and multiple points in two of those contests. Though the Blues have been a bit of a disappointment to begin the season, Bozak will look to continue his recent success Friday against a Sharks team allowing 2.9 goals per game.
Bozak recorded a goal and a power-play assist in Thursday's 5-3 home win over the Golden Knights. Seven Blues skaters have more points than Bozak's six-spot through 11 games this season, but the veteran pivot is winning 56.13 percent of his faceoffs to give him more "real life" appeal at this juncture.
Bozak scored a goal during Saturday's 7-3 win over Chicago. Bozak's goal was just the second of the year and his first in nearly two weeks. The center did take five shots in the game, the second highest total on the team. If he can continue to attack the net at a higher rate, it's possible Bozak's goal output could increase in the near future.
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