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.
Calgary forward nets his 1,000th NHL point
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.