St. Louis improves to 5-2 in preseason play
The Blues have left too many points on the table when their top goalie has not been in the game.
Halak, 25, has appeared in 43 games for the Blues this season posting a 19-17-6 record.
The Blues honored Berenson, Mullen, Tkachuk, and Unger, who all starred for the franchise wearing No. 7.
Bishop was promoted to the NHL due to Halak’s injury, and his NHL tryout has begun.
Kiprusoff stopped 25 shots for his sixth shutout of this season and 40th of his career, and hasn’t allowed the Blues to score in 132 minutes and 11 seconds.
Calgary moved into sole possession of 6th place in the Western Conference, and the Blues remain in 13th place. The two meet again Tuesday night at Scottrade Center.
Stewart scores twice, plus goals from Berglund, D’Agostini and Polak lift the Blues, who have won four of their last six games.
ST. LOUIS (AP) — Jonathan Toews and Patrick Kane keyed a four-goal second period with a goal and assist apiece and goalie Corey Crawford was strong for the second straight day as the Chicago Blackhawks beat […]
An injury to Halak’s right hand, which is his stick hand, is the reason for the move.