During the first intermission of the Blues 3-1 victory over the Calgary Flames on Monday night, Blues Radio Network color analyst Kelly Chase caught up with former teammate Dave Lowry. Now an assistant coach with […]
Jason Arnott scored a pair of power-play goals Monday night to lead St. Louis to a 3-1 victory over the Calgary Flames, moving the Blues into a tie with Detroit atop the Central Division.
Still the record holder for many statistics in the Flames organization, Macinnis’ #2 jersey was not formally retired, but the team honors him as the first player inducted into their “Forever a Flame” program.
St. Louis can pull into a tie for the division lead with a win Monday night as it continues a six-game road trip at Calgary, which has lost three straight.
Flames prevail 3-1.
The Blues got two goals from their defensemen to take a 3-1 lead. Shattenkirk converted Langenbrunner’s backhand feed at 3:39 of the second and Pietrangelo’s one-timer from the right point with 4:30 to play gave the Blues a two-goal advantage.
Chris Butler involved in Robyn Regehr deal.