VANCOUVER, B.C. • The difference between a 2-1 road trip and a 1-2 journey meant all the difference for the Blues. After a defensive meltdown in Calgary to start their weeklong trek through western Canada, the Bluenote ended on a high note with a 4-3 overtime victory Saturday over the Vancouver Canucks before 18,865 at Rogers Arena. "Two out of three on a western road trip is always good," center Paul Stastny said. "They're all tough games. Each team brings a different kind of element.
Paul Stastny had no idea the Blues were 15-5-1, the best record in the Western Conference and the second-most points (31) in the NHL.“I didn’t even know that was the record,” Stastny said after the Blues’ 4-3 overtime triumph Saturday night in Vancouver.Neither did Joel Edmundson. “I don’t know that either,” Edmundson said. “We just go out and play. It doesn’t really matter to us. We worry about one day at a time. Worry about that game.
VANCOUVER, B.C. • The Blues have added some roster insurance, summoning forward Wade Megan from the Chicago Wolves of the American Hockey League.After an impressive preseason in St. Louis, Megan made the Blues' opening-day roster. He appeared in only one game, the team's Oct. 9 contest against the New York Islanders, and was waived, cleared waivers, and then assigned to the Wolves in mid October. All told, Megan was on the Blues' roster for six games, but was a healthy scratch five times.
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Selecting a term
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