Pietrangelo scored a goal and supplied an assist in Wednesday's 4-1 win over the Bruins in Game 7.
Pietrangelo also etched his name into the team record book -- his assist on Ryan O'Reilly's opening goal was his 16th of the playoffs, a franchise best for helpers. Pietrangelo ended the postseason with 19 points, leading all blueliners. Capping off the already-sweet evening, the captain's tally with less than eight seconds remaining in the first period held up as the game-winning and Stanley Cup-clinching goal.
Pietrangelo picked up an assist and three shots but went minus-3 in Sunday's 5-1 loss to the Bruins in Game 6.
While he did get on the scoresheet, it was not a great performance defensively for the 29-year-old blueliner. Pietrangelo has provided four helpers and 11 shots in his last three games to give him 17 points in 25 contests during the playoffs.
Pietrangelo collected an assist and three shots in addition to a plus-2 rating in Thursday's 2-1 win over the Bruins in Game 5.
Pietrangelo is up to 14 helpers and 16 points in 24 games, providing a strong offensive presence from the blue line in the postseason. He's added 71 shots and 44 blocked shots in the playoffs.
Pietrangelo notched a pair of assists and logged a game-high 29:37 of ice time in Monday's 4-2 win over Boston in Game 4 of the Stanley Cup Finals.
Pietrangelo, with just one assist, had been M.I.A. the past seven games, but the defenseman's performance in Monday's win could very well get him back on track in these finals. The two points give him 15 in total through 23 playoff games to this point in the season.
Pietrangelo managed a power-play assist, three shots and three blocked shots in Tuesday's 5-1 win over the Sharks in Game 6.
Pietrangelo only had two helpers in the series, but he's up to a solid 13 points in 19 contests during the playoff run. He's added 40 blocked shots and 55 shots on goal, making the blueliner a strong option for fantasy owners entering the Stanley Cup Finals.
Pietrangelo posted an assist and four blocked shots in Monday's 4-2 win over the Sharks in Game 2 of the Western Conference finals.
Pietrangelo was a big reason why the Blues lost Game 1, with a minus-3 rating in that contest, so Monday's performance was a bit of a redemption for the 29-year-old blueliner. Pietrangelo has two goals and 10 assists along with a minus-1 rating through 15 appearances.
Pietrangelo opened the scoring Sunday, putting home his second goal of the playoffs in a 4-1 win over Dallas.
The Blues' captain scored just over a minute after the opening puck drop. Pietrangelo's second snipe of the playoffs was eventually washed out by Tyler Seguin's fourth goal of the postseason, coming at 11:35 of the first period. Ultimately, the visitors would add three more unanswered goals to force a Game 7 back in St. Louis on Tuesday.
Pietrangelo picked up an assist on the man advantage as well as four PIM and three shots in Thursday's 3-2 win over the Stars in Game 1.
Pietrangelo has seven helpers in as many games in the postseason, adding 15 blocked shots and 20 shots on goal. He's averaging over 24 minutes a night as the Blues' top-pairing defenseman, making him a strong choice for DFS formats throughout the playoff run.
Pietrangelo tallied an assist Saturday in a 3-2 Game 6 win over Winnipeg.
Pietrangelo drew the secondary assist on Jaden Schwartz's third goal of the night, as the Blues finished off the favored Jets in what many are calling an upset, rightfully so considering how far Winnipeg made it in the playoffs a season ago. Meanwhile, in six playoff contests, Pietrangelo has found the scoresheet six times, all assists.
Pietrangelo dished out a power-play assist in Tuesday's Game 4 loss to the Jets.
Pietrangelo quarterbacked the power play marvelously, setting up Vladimir Tarasenko for the second straight game. This extended Pietrangelo's point streak to seven games, as he has 10 assists in that span and five on the power play. The Blues find themselves with a tied series heading to Winnipeg, so Pietrangelo may need to boost his game even further to help the team regain control of the series.
Pietrangelo registered two helpers, four PIM, three shots and three blocked shots in Sunday's 6-3 loss to the Jets in Game 3.
Pietrangelo has been on fire since the end of the regular season, now recording nine assists over his last six appearances. Four of the helpers have come in the playoffs, along with nine shots on goal and seven blocks. He's a strong option on the blue line while he's running hot.
Pietrangelo filled his stat line with an assist, five shots, three blocked shots and two hits in Friday's 4-3 win over the Jets in Game 2.
Pietrangelo's on a five-game point streak that spilled over from the regular season, having earned seven assists in that span. The defenseman is coming off his seventh 40-point campaign, and with a spot on the first power-play unit, he carries solid fantasy value during the postseason.
Pietrangelo tallied three assists -- two coming on the power play -- in Thursday's 7-3 win over the Flyers.
Pietrangelo, as he so often does, led St. Louis in ice time, playing 23:31 in the win. It's been a relatively unproductive campaign for the 29-year-old as far as assists are concerned, but the three helpers against Philly give Pietrangelo 40 points in 2018-19, good for the top-pairing defenseman's seventh season of 40-plus points.
Pietrangelo dished out an assist and blocked three shots in Monday's win over the Golden Knights.
Pietrangelo notched an odd helper, as he passed the puck to Robert Bortuzzo, who had his shot rebound off Malcolm Subban before going off Zach Sanford's neck and into the net. This was good for Pietrangelo's 36th point of the season, which is well under the 54 points he racked up last campaign.
Pietrangelo scored the game-winning goal and added an assist in a 5-4 victory against the Ducks on Wednesday.
The veteran defenseman is red-hot with four goals and five points in the last five games. He also has seven goals and 12 points in the past 13 contests. Pietrangelo doesn't have as many assists as usual, but behind a career-best 9.2 shooting percentage, the 29-year-old has a great chance for a career high in the goal department. He has 12 scores and 32 points in 55 games this season.
Pietrangelo scored his 11th goal of the season on five shots in a 4-1 loss to the Stars on Saturday.
The defenseman now has goals in three of his last four games. Pietrangelo has experienced a dip in production this season, with 30 points in 54 contests, but he has done better recently. He has a chance to reach 40 points if he can play at his career-average pace down the stretch.
Pietrangelo dished out an assist and scored an empty-net goal in Tuesday's win over the Predators.
He had a secondary helper on Tyler Bozak's tie-breaking score with just 7:25 left in the game, and Pietrangelo potted one for himself into an empty net to seal the win with just four seconds remaining. Pietrangelo now has 10 goals and 29 points through 52 games.
Pietrangelo scored a power-play goal in Sunday's 2-1 overtime loss to the Wild.
Pietrangelo's point shot took a deflection on its way to the net before eventually winding up behind Devan Dubnyk. It would be the only goal Minnesota's netminder would permit Sunday. As for the 29-year-old blueliner's point total this season, Pietrangelo's ninth goal of the campaign moves him up to 27 points in 51 games (averaging 0.52 points per game in 2018-19).
Pietrangelo scored two goals and notched an apple in Tuesday's 8-3 win over the Devils.
This was the Blues' biggest blowout of the season since they beat the Blackhawks 7-3 in October. That was also Pietrangelo's last three-point game. It's no secret that Pietrangelo isn't living up to expectations on the blue line this season, but he's getting back on track with five points during the Blues' seven-game winning streak. They'll need him to keep producing going forward, and fantasy owners should be comfortable trusting him again.
Pietrangelo scored a power-play goal and blocked six shots in Sunday's win over the Predators.
Pietrangelo was goalless in 15 games entering this matchup. He hauled in a pass from rookie Robert Thomas and rocketed a wrister past Juuse Saros to open scoring in the second period. The Blues will need their captain to continue this production if they want to keep up their recent hot streak, so Pietrangelo's one to keep an eye on in the fantasy realm.
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