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Ducks vs Blues Tickets
The big and physical St. Louis Blues make their initial 2014-2015 visit to Honda Center on Sunday, October 19. Six weeks later they return again for a Friday night matchup on January 2 nd . The Blues once again had one of the better teams in the NHL last season, finishing second in the Central Division, just a point behind the Colorado Avalanche. St. Louis couldn't translate their strong regular season into playoff success, losing in the opening round of the NHL playoffs to the Chicago Blackhawks in six games.
The Blues have a big and physical lineup, loaded with veteran talent. Alex Steen led the Blues in scoring last season with 62 points, closely followed by TJ Oshie and David Backes. Both Oshie and Backes represented the United States in the Sochi Olympics, with Oshie becoming an instant legend after his exploits in the United State's shootout victory over the Russians. Backes is one of the best power-forwards in hockey. Young Jaden Schwartz and Vladimir Tarasenko round out the Blues forwards. Schwartz had 25 goals as a twenty-one-year-old. Adding to their impressive forward group the Blues signed Paul Stastny in the offseason. The St. Louis native is the son of former Blues star Peter Stastny. Alex Pietrangelo and Kevin Shattenkirk give the Blues one of the better young defensive combinations in hockey. Pietrangelo represented the Canadian Olympic team in Sochi, while Shattenkirk was one of the top defensemen on the US team. Veterans Jay Bouwmeester and Barrett Jackman provide defensive depth.
Brian Elliot is poised to be back in the nets for St. Louis. The team acquired Ryan Miller at the trade deadline last season, but opted to not re-sign the former Sabres star. Elliot split time with Jaroslav Halak last season, but had an outstanding 1.96 goals against average.
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