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Western Central Standings

Team W-L-OTL Pts
51-21-9 111
51-24-6 108
49-25-7 105
47-30-5 99
43-33-5 91
39-33-9 87
35-41-5 75
23-52-5 51

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  • Blues' Torey Krug: Won't play in season finale

    Krug (upper body) won't be in the lineup for Wednesday's regular-season finale against Dallas, Lou Korac of NHL.com reports.

    Krug will finish the season with four goals, 39 points, an ugly minus-31 rating, 162 shots and 111 hits through 77 contests. He should produce similar totals while seeing regular power-play usage in 2024-25, making him a decent complementary option at defense in most fantasy formats.

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  • Blues' Brandon Saad: Snags helper in win

    Saad garnered an assist in Sunday's 4-1 victory against the Kraken.

    Saad is still stuck in a five-game goal drought dating back to April 4 versus Nashville. During that stretch, the 31-year-old winger has generated two helpers and nine shots on goal. The Blues have just one game remaining this season, so Saad won't be setting any new career highs, though he did get back over the 40-point threshold with 26 goals and 16 assists over 81 contests after recording 37 points in 71 games last year.

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  • Blues' Kasperi Kapanen: Scores sixth this season

    Kapanen scored in the first period during Sunday's 4-1 win over the Kraken.

    The tally brings Kapanen to six goals and 22 points on the campaign. In a broader view, it remains disappointing that Kapanen never delivered on the promise he showed in flashes during his 20-goal, 40-point run in 2018-19. On the other hand, this is the fifth straight season in which he hasn't topped 11 goals, so fantasy managers weren't likely to be deeply invested in his production.

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  • Blues' Alexei Toropchenko: Builds on career highs

    Toropchenko assisted on a first-period goal during Sunday's 4-1 win over Seattle.

    Toropchenko raised his career-high point total to 21 with Sunday's apple, and a career-high 14 of those points are goals. The 24-year-old Russian's continued growth leaves something to consider as fantasy managers look for depth production next year.

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  • Blues' Nathan Walker: Posts pair of points

    Walker had a goal and an assist in Sunday's 4-1 win over the Kraken.

    The depth forward had gone 11 games without a point before his third multi-point game of the season. It brings Walker to seven goals and 12 points in 44 contests, the latter of which ties a career high for the 30-year-old. At this point in his career, you know what you're getting with Walker. He plays around 11 minutes per game, doesn't score frequently and hasn't topped 56 appearances in a season.

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  • Blues' Brayden Schenn: Scores 20th

    Schenn scored a goal in Sunday's 4-1 win over Seattle.

    In addition to his 20th goal of the season, Schenn had four shots, two PIM and a plus-1 rating. At age 32, the forward's days of hitting 70 points and approaching 30 goals are likely over, but he remains a valuable depth player.

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  • Blues' Jordan Kyrou: Pots game-winner

    Kyrou scored the game-winning goal in Sunday's 4-1 win over the Kraken.

    Sunday's tally puts Kyrou on a six-game point streak, over which he has scored six goals and nine points. He will Wednesday's season finale against the Stars with 31 goals and 67 points through 81 games.

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  • Blues' Joel Hofer: Leads team to late-season win

    Hofer stopped 19 of 20 Kraken shots in Sunday's 4-1 win.

    Hofer continued his impressive campaign with Sunday's win. Through 30 games, Hofer has gone 15-12-1 with a 2.65 GAA and .914 save percentage. With St. Louis eliminated from playoff contention, the 23-year-old netminder will likely get a chance to start Wednesday's season finale in Dallas. While he didn't take the lion's share of starts, Hofer showed a lot of promise and could be an interesting depth option for fantasy managers next season.

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  • Blues' Jordan Binnington: Tending twine Wednesday

    Binnington will guard the road goal Wednesday against Dallas, according to Lou Korac of NHL.com.

    Binnington stopped 37 of 40 shots in a 5-2 loss to Carolina on Friday during his last outing. He has won six of his past 10 outings, posting a .912 save percentage during that span. In 56 appearances this season, he has a 28-21-4 record with a 2.88 GAA and a .911 save percentage. The Stars sit third in the league this campaign with 3.63 goals per contest.

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  • Blues' Torey Krug: Out Sunday

    Krug (upper body) won't play Sunday versus Seattle, Lou Korac of NHL.com reports.

    Krug will miss a second straight game Sunday, though he could return Wednesday for the Blues' season finale. Overall, the 33-year-old blueliner has four goals, 39 points and a minus-31 rating through 77 games this campaign.

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  • Blues' Jake Neighbours: Likely done for season

    Neighbours (upper body) will likely miss the remainder of the season, Lou Korac of NHL.com reports.

    The Blues host Seattle on Sunday before visiting Dallas on Wednesday to conclude the 2023-24 campaign. Neighbours has missed the past three contests after getting injured in a 3-2 overtime loss to San Jose on April 6. Assuming he won't return, the promising 22-year-old forward will finish the season with 27 goals, 38 points and 145 shots on net in 77 games.

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  • Blues' Joel Hofer: Starting Sunday

    Hofer will guard the home net Sunday against the Kraken, Lou Korac of NHL.com reports.

    Hofer is coming off an 18-save effort in a 5-2 win over Chicago in his last start. Overall, he's 14-12-1 with a .912 save percentage and a 2.72 GAA this campaign. The 23-year-old Hofer will face a Seattle team averaging 2.63 goals per game in what's expected to be his final start of the season.

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  • Blues' Robert Thomas: Two helpers Friday

    Thomas picked up two assists, one on the power play, in Friday's 5-2 loss to the Hurricanes.

    The 24-year-old center put together his fourth straight multi-point performance, but it wasn't enough to keep the Blues' faint playoff hopes alive. Thomas is up to a career-high 85 points (25 goals, 60 assists) through 80 games on the season, and the eight-year, $65 million contract extension he signed in July 2022 is looking a little more palatable than it did this time last year.

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  • Blues' Jordan Binnington: Can't slow Canes in Friday's loss

    Binnington stopped 37 of 40 shots in Friday's 5-2 loss to the Hurricanes, with Carolina's final two goals coming into an empty net.

    The loss eliminated St. Louis from the playoffs, a result made even tougher to swallow by the fact that the team twice took one-goal leads before Carolina took control in the third period. Binnington has bounced back this season from a shaky 2022-23, posting a 2.88 GAA and .911 save percentage with a 28-21-4 record, but with 23-year-old Joel Hofer looking good as his backup, the Blues may attempt to move the veteran netminder's contract this offseason. Binnington has three years at a $6 million AAV left on his deal, with a partial no-trade clause.

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  • Blues' Pavel Buchnevich: Sets up man-advantage goal

    Buchnevich supplied a power-play assist in Friday's 5-2 loss to the Hurricanes.

    The Blues were officially knocked out of playoff contention Friday, but we expect that Buchnevich will continue playing at a high level for the two games that remain on their regular-season schedule. After all, he's sporting an active five-game point streak comprised of a goal and four assists, with three of those helpers taking place on the man advantage. Currently the Blues' fourth-highest paid forward with a $5.8 million AAV, Buchnevich will be an unrestricted free agent at the end of the 2024-25 campaign.

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  • Blues' Dylan Peterson: Secures ELC

    Peterson signed a two-year, entry-level deal with St. Louis on Friday.

    Peterson was a third-round pick during the 2020 NHL Entry Draft. The 22-year-old forward spent the last four years with Boston University, totaling 26 goals and 60 points during his collegiate career. His 6-foot-4 frame should help him adjust to the NHL level somewhat quickly.

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Team Statistical Rankings

GF AVG GA AVG Power Play
Team 2.85 3.02 18.1

Injuries

Player Injury
T. Krug D Torey Krug D Upper Body
J. Faulk D Justin Faulk D Upper Body
J. Neighbours LW Jake Neighbours LW Upper Body
J. Jacobs D Josh Jacobs D Undisclosed
O. Sundqvist C Oskar Sundqvist C Knee

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