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Hitchcock has Blues at top of NHL


Ken Hitchcock (photo by Mickey Reeves)

There is no doubt that former Columbus Blue Jackets coach Ken Hitchcock has made a difference in the St. Louis Blues.

The Blues have earned 13 out of a possible 14 points in the month of January (6-0-1) and are tied with the New York Rangers and Chicago Blackhawks atop the NHL standings with 60 points.

At their home ice rink, the Scottrade Center, St. Louis is 19-3-3 and set a single-season club record by earning at least a point at home for the 13th straight game.

Another reason is goaltender Jaroslav Halak who has a personal streak of 9-0-3 in his past 12 starts.


Info compiled from St. Louis Blues & NHL news

St. Louis Blues honor Berenson, Mullen, Tkachuk & Unger

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Recently, the St. Louis Blues honored four men who wore the #7 with great distinction.

Gordon “Red” Berenson, Joe Mullen, Keith Tkachuk and Garry Unger were recognized in a ceremony at the Scottrade Center.

The longtime head hockey coach at Michigan, Berenson scored a franchise-record six goals November 7, 1968, at Philadelphia and coached the Blues from 1980-82.

Mullen, who played for the Blues from 1979-86, was the first U.S.-born player to score 500 goals and 1,000 points.

Tkachuk retired after the 2009-2010 season after playing parts of nine seasons with St. Louis and is fifth in the franchise’s history with 208 goals.

Unger is fourth on the franchise career list with 292 goals and 575 points.

compiled from NHL & St. Louis Blues news

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St. Louis beats Blue Jackets, 4-1

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The Columbus Blue Jackets knew when they went to St. Louis that the Blues were looking for revenge for the 8-1 dumping they took at Nationwide Arena on November 10.

The Jackets looked anything but a hockey team as the Blues had it relatively easy for 60 minutes in a 4-1 win at the Scottrade Center.

Columbus fumbled the puck, had several unforced turnovers and they allowed three power-play goals and were o-for-8 with the man advantage themselves. So the power-play has still not found a cure.

It was the sixth loss in the past seven games.

Alex Steen, Jay McClement, Vladimir Sobotka and David Backes scored for St. Louis.

Jan Hejda scored for Columbus.

compiled from staff & Columbus Blue Jackets news