MacEachern scored a goal on two shots in Monday's 4-0 win over the Blackhawks.
MacEachern needed just 2:34 into the game to give the Blues a lead they'd never lose. The 25-year-old has scored in his last two games, putting him at six points, 25 shots on goal and 34 hits in 22 appearances this season. He topped the five points he produced last season in seven fewer outings.
MacEachern scored a goal on two shots in Saturday's 5-2 win over the Penguins.
MacEachern drove the middle of the slot and tapped home a Jacob De La Rose centering feed to make it a 4-1 game in the third period. It was MacEachern's third goal of the season and first in the last eight games. The 25-year-old is averaging only about nine minutes of ice time per game so he's not likely to be a source of offensive production.
MacEachern generated an assist, five hits, two shots on goal and two PIM in Saturday's 3-2 overtime win over the Flames.
MacEachern had the secondary assist on Ivan Barbashev's opening goal. The 25-year-old winger has found a groove with three points and 10 hits in five games in November. MacEachern's fourth-line role -- he's averaged just 8:38 per game entering Saturday -- limits his productivity, even on a deep team like the Blues.
MacEachern picked up his first goal of the season in Saturday's 4-3 overtime win over Minnesota. He also had two shots on goal and and blocked a pair of shots.
MacEachern got the Blues on the board four minutes into the first period, batting a puck out of mid-air and into an open net. It was a skillful goal for a player who entered the night with just three goals in his first 36 NHL games. More plays like that would help the 25-year-old solidify a more regular bottom-six role in the Blues' lineup. He has one goal and one assist through eight games this season.
MacEachern won't play in Thursday's game against the Canucks, Jeremy Rutherford of The Athletic reports.
MacEachern played Monday against the Islanders and dished out two hits during 7:43 TOI, but now he'll go back to the press box. He and Zach Sanford has been fighting for one spot in the lineup, but now they're both healthy scratches with Robert Thomas (upper body) back in the fold.
MacEachern dished out an assist in Thursday's win over the Kings.
MacEachern has been in the Blues' system since they selected him in the third round of the 2012 NHL Entry Draft. He has been a fixture on the fourth line following his recall in January, and the winger now has five points in 24 games to show for it. MacEachern won't light up the scoresheet, but he holds his own and has a respectable 51.1 Corsi For percentage as well.
MacEachern lit the lamp in Tuesday's win over the Devils.
MacEachern hauled in a stretch pass form Pietrangelo and split defenders before beating Keith Kinkaid to give the Blues a four-goal lead. The rookie is quickly becoming a well-known skater in The Lou due to his catchy name, in-season contract extension and now three goals in 12 games. With David Perron (upper body) likely staying home for the Blues upcoming three-game trip, MacEachern should stay in the lineup for the time being.
MacEachern signed a one-year, one-way contract extension for $750,000 with the Blues on Saturday, Jim Thomas of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch reports.
MacEachern has had quite the day Saturday, first potting his second career NHL goal in a 3-2 win over Nashville and now earning some job security with an extension for the 2019-20 season. The 24-year-old winger hasn't eclipsed 10 minutes of ice time in any of his 10 appearances for St. Louis, so this new contract doesn't carry much significance in the fantasy realm.
MacEachern was promoted from AHL San Antonio on Thursday.
MacEachern will rejoin the club after spending the All-Star break playing in the minors. Prior to his demotion, the young winger racked up two points in his previous two outings, which could see him slot into a fourth-line role over Robby Fabbri.
MacEachern was shipped back to AHL San Antonio on Thursday.
MacEachern seems to be adjusting to the pace of the NHL game, as he has two points in his last two outings. The young winger will get the opportunity to play additional minutes while with the Rampage. Following the All-Star break, the Michigan native may still be brought back to St. Louis ahead of the team's Feb. 2 matchup with Columbus, though that may depend on the availability of Robert Thomas (upper body) and David Perron (upper body).
MacEachern scored a goal, fired three shots on goal and dished out three hits in Monday's loss to the Kings.
MacEachern has mainly been a wrecking ball with 10 hits over his first four NHL games and he didn't even generate a shot on goal until his fourth contest. The 24-year-old finally broke the ice by picking up a loose puck and knocking it into a wide-open net. Despite the effort MacEachern's days in the NHL are likely numbered depending on when the Blues get healthy.
MacEachern was called up from the minors Thursday.
MacEachern scored a pair of goals for the Rampage on Wednesday, which no doubt factored into the club's decision to reward him with a promotion to the NHL. Whether the youngster slots into the lineup versus the Habs on Thursday remains to be seen, but with Alexander Steen (shoulder) and Tyler Bozak (upper body) both out of the lineup, the Blues needed some extra forward depth.
MacEachern penned a one-year, two-way contract with St. Louis on Tuesday.
MacEachern has yet to make his NHL debut, instead developing his game in the minors with AHL Chicago. A product of Michigan State University, the winger was taken by the Blues in the third round of the 2012 NHL Draft. Look for the 24-year-old to continue playing in the minors (AHL San Antonio) for the 2018-19 season.
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