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Sat, Nov 26
@ Florida Panthers (10-8-3)
  • FLA Live Arena
5
Final / OT
4

Western Central Standings

Team W-L-OTL Pts
12-5-4 28
12-6-1 25
11-6-1 23
11-10-0 22
9-9-2 20
9-9-2 20
7-9-3 17
6-10-4 16

Top Blues News

  • Blues' Vladimir Tarasenko: First goal in 10 games

    Tarasenko scored a goal and an assist in Saturday's 5-4 overtime victory over Florida.

    The Blues rallied from a three-goal, third-period deficit in an eight-minute span, culminating with a Tarasenko snipe at 16:11. He snuck into the left slot unmarked and was able to wire a shot far side shelf over Spencer Knight's glove. The goal was the sniper's first in 10 games. After bursting from the gate with six points in his first three games, Tarasenko struggled with seven points in his next 16 contests. Saturday was a welcome outburst.

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  • Blues' Jordan Kyrou: Eight-game, 13-point streak

    Kyrou netted two goals, including the game winner, in a 5-4 overtime victory over the Panthers on Saturday.

    The Blues rallied from a three-goal, third-period deficit and then Kyrou completed the comeback with a breakaway goal in OT after Torey Krug sprung him with a slick pass from behind the Blues' net. Kyrou got off to a super slow start with five points (four goals, one assist) in his first 13 games, but has gone supernova in eight games since, ringing up five goals and eight assists on his current scoring streak.

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  • Blues' Brayden Schenn: Sustains lower-body injury Saturday

    Schenn won't complete Saturday's game against Florida because of a lower-body injury, Alex Ferrario of 101 ESPN St. Louis reports.

    Schenn had a minus-2 rating and one shot in 13:06 of ice time before he had to exit the game. Entering Saturday's contest, he had six goals and 17 points in 20 games this season. Noel Acciari might play a bigger role in upcoming games for as long as Schenn is out.

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  • Blues' Thomas Greiss: Guarding goal Saturday

    Greiss will patrol the road crease Saturday against Florida, Jim Thomas of The St. Louis Post-Dispatch reports.

    Greiss will get the second half of St. Louis' back-to-back after Jordan Binnington played in Friday's loss to the Lightning. The former has a 1-3-0 record this season with a 3.76 GAA and a .906 save percentage. Greiss last played Nov. 17, stopping 47 shots in a 5-4 shootout win over Washington.

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  • Blues' Robert Bortuzzo: Returns to lineup

    Bortuzzo (upper body) had two shots and two hits during Friday's 5-2 loss to the host Lightning.

    Bortuzzo dressed for the first time in nine games Friday, joining Niko Mikkola on the third pairing. Bortuzzo finished with an even rating in 12:16 of ice time, which was the least amount among St. Louis blueliners.

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  • Blues' Jordan Kyrou: Extends point streak

    Kyrou scored a goal and earned an assist during Friday's 5-2 loss to the host Lightning.

    Kyrou is getting his chances and converting them. The 24-year-old center generated a game-high seven shots and played a role in both of the Blues' tallies Friday. Trailing 3-0, Kyrou assisted on Pavel Buchnevich's first-period marker before connecting in the middle stanza to pull the Blues to within one goal. Kyrou has compiled 11 points during his seven-game point streak.

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  • Blues' Pavel Buchnevich: Nets team's first tally

    Buchnevich scored a goal and was credited with an assist during Friday's 5-2 loss to the host Lightning.

    Scoring on the power play at 16:50 of the first period Friday, Buchnevich stayed hot, cutting the quick-starting Lightning's advantage to 3-1. The 27-year-old left winger has collected five goals in five games and recorded his fourth multi-point game since Nov. 10, compiling 13 points over the nine-game span. He added two hits during Friday's defeat.

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  • Blues' Jordan Binnington: Stays at 99 wins

    Binnington made 22 saves during Friday's 5-2 loss to the host Lightning.

    Attempting to bounce back from yielding six goals in a loss to the Sabres on Wednesday, Binnington on Friday succumbed to early pressure, yielding three first-period goals. The 29-year-old netminder's streaky season continued, as he dropped consecutive starts for the first time since he lost five straight (Oct. 26-Nov. 7). Binnington started the campaign 3-0-0 and later claimed six consecutive contests before Monday's defeat. Binnington (9-7-0) remains one win shy of reaching 100 for his career.

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  • Blues' Brandon Saad: Returns Friday

    Saad (illness) will be back in the lineup Friday against Tampa Bay.

    Saad sat out Wednesday's tilt versus the Sabres, but he'll return to the top line with Vladimir Tarasenko and Ryan O'Reilly against the Lightning. It has been a tough season for Saad, who has only three goals in 12 games after a 24-goal, 49-point season in 78 games last year.

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  • Blues' Jordan Binnington: Taking on Tampa Bay

    Per Jim Thomas of The St. Louis Post-Dispatch, Binnington was the first goalie off the ice at morning skate, indicating he'll guard the road goal against the Lightning on Friday.

    Binnington struggled in his last start Wednesday against the Sabres, surrendering six goals on 32 shots en route to an ugly 6-2 defeat. He'll try to shake off that poor performance and attempt to pick up his 10th win of the season in a matchup with a Tampa Bay team that's averaging 3.37 goals per game this campaign, 11th in the NHL.

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  • Blues' Ivan Barbashev: Doles out helper

    Barbashev registered an assist in Wednesday's 6-2 loss to the Sabres.

    Last season, Barbashev crushed prior career highs with 26 goals and 34 assists through 81 games, and while the hard hitter isn't on such a torrid pace this time around (0.47 points per game), he remains serviceable as a third-line winger for a Blues team that is 7-3-0 over its last 10 contests.

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  • Blues' Jordan Kyrou: Point streak at six games

    Kyrou picked up a power-play assist in Wednesday's 6-2 loss to the Sabres.

    The 24-year-old is rolling after a sluggish start to the season, finding the scoresheet in six straight games and eight of the last 10. On the season, Kyrou now has six goals and 14 points through 19 contests as he attempts to get back to the point-a-game pace of his breakout 2021-22.

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  • Blues' Jordan Binnington: Win streak snapped

    Binnington made 26 saves in Wednesday's 6-2 loss to the Sabres.

    Buffalo blew the game open in the second period, ending Binnington's win streak at six and denying him his 100th career victory. The 29-year-old netminder hadn't allowed more than three goals since his first start in November, but on the season he sports an unimpressive 2.98 GAA and .905 save percentage.

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  • Blues' Brandon Saad: Out for Wednesday's game

    Saad (illness) won't play Wednesday versus the Sabres.

    Saad will have to miss at least one game, but it's unclear if he'll be ready to return Friday versus the Lightning. He hasn't recorded a point in his last four games.

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  • Blues' Torey Krug: Good to go

    Krug (upper body) will be back in the lineup Wednesday versus Buffalo following a one-game absence, Jim Thomas of The St. Louis Post-Dispatch reports.

    Krug, who was a late scratch Monday against Anaheim, has four goals, four assists, 31 shots on net, 21 blocks and 11 hits in 17 games this season. He will replace Tyler Tucker, who was assigned to AHL Springfield on Wednesday, on the back end.

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Team Statistical Rankings

GF AVG GA AVG Power Play
Team 2.78
(25th)
3.48
(27th)
24.1
(9th)

Injuries

Player Injury
B. Schenn C Brayden Schenn C Lower Body
S. Perunovich D Scott Perunovich D Shoulder
L. Brown C Logan Brown C Upper Body
M. Scandella D Marco Scandella D Hip

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