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Allen will start Saturday vs. the Canadiens.

Allen gave up four goals on 29 shots in the Blues win in Ottawa on October 10th. This afternoon he is expected to make his first regular-season start at home since January 8th. He was 8-9-2 with a 3.65 GAA and .878 SV% in 20 starts at Enterprise Center last year.

Source: Jim Thomas 10/19/19, 2:10 pm EST

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Allen is expected to start Saturday vs. the Canadiens.

Allen gave up four goals on 29 shots in the Blues win in Ottawa on October 10th. This afternoon he is expected to make his first regular-season start at home since January 8th. He was 8-9-2 with a 3.65 GAA and .878 SV% in 20 starts at Enterprise Center last year.

Source: Jeremy Rutherford 10/19/19, 2:01 pm EST

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Binnington will start Thursday vs. the Canucks.

Binnington allowed three goals on 32 shots in the Blues overtime loss to the Islanders on Monday. Binnington has now lost two in a row and three of his first five starts (2-1-2) while posting a 2.97 GAA and .910 SV%. Tonight he faces a Canucks team on a three-game winning streak while outscoring their opponents 16-to-5.

Source: Jim Thomas 10/17/19, 2:24 pm EST

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Thomas (upper-body) could return to the Blues lineup on Thursday.

Thomas has been sidelined by an upper-body injury since the Blues’ season opener. After completing Wednesday’s practice session, head coach Craig Berube told reporters that Thomas could play Thursday. Thomas will likely replace Mackenzie MacEachern in the lineup if he’s available to play.

Source: Tom Timmermann 10/16/19, 4:52 pm EST

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Binnington leads the Blues onto the ice for warmups.

Binnington gave up five goals on 37 shots in the Blues loss in Montreal on Saturday. The loss snapped a brief two-game winning streak for Binnington, who is 2-1-1 with a 2.97 GAA and .910 SV% to start the season. He draws a good matchup against the Islanders—they are averaging just 2.20 goals per game (tied for 25th in the NHL) through five games.

Source: Jim Thomas 10/14/19, 1:17 pm EST

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Binnington will start Saturday in Montreal.

Binnington allowed two goals on 34 shots in the Blues win in Toronto on Monday. With Jake Allen starting on Thursday, Binnington will come into Saturday’s game well-rested. Since being called up in the middle of last season Binnington is an impressive 11-3-1 with a .934 SV% in 15 road starts.

Source: Lou Korac 10/12/19, 5:53 pm EST

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Binnington was the first goalie off the ice at the Blues morning skate on Saturday.

Binnington allowed two goals on 34 shots in the Blues win in Toronto on Monday. With Jake Allen starting on Thursday, Binnington will come into Saturday’s game well rested. Since being called up in the middle of last season Binnington is an impressive 11-3-1 with a .934 SV% in 15 road starts.

Source: Jim Thomas 10/12/19, 11:22 am EST

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Allen will make his season debut Thursday in Ottawa.

After two years as the Blues unquestioned No.1 netminder, Allen was pushed aside by Jordan Binnington last year. After Binnington was called-up, Allen starts 42.3 percent of the games and went 9-9-4 with a 2.54 GAA and .910 SV%. Allen is now one of the best backup options in the NHL and has standalone value because he will get matchups like the one he has tonight in Ottawa.

Source: Jim Thomas 10/10/19, 12:59 pm EST

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Binnington will start Monday in Toronto.

Binnington allowed two goals on 29 shots in the Blues 3-2 win over the Stars on Saturday. Binnington has picked up right where he left off in 2018-19, starting the year 1-0-1 while stopping 58 of the 63 shots (.921 SV%) that he has faced. The Richmond Hill native will make his first start in his hometown on Monday—he stopped 31 of 33 shots in his only career start vs. Toronto.

Source: Jim Thomas 10/7/19, 12:35 pm EST

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Binnington is expected to start Monday in Toronto.

Binnington allowed two goals on 29 shots in the Blues 3-2 win over the Stars on Saturday. Binnington has picked up right where he left off in 2018-19, starting the year 1-0-1 while stopping 58 of the 63 shots (.921 SV%) that he has faced. The Richmond Hill native will make his first start in his hometown on Monday—he stopped 31 of 33 shots in his only career start vs. Toronto.

Source: Jeremy Rutherford 10/7/19, 12:13 pm EST

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Binnington will start Saturday vs. the Stars.

Binnington stopped 31 of 34 shots in the Blues opening night overtime loss to the Capitals. Everyone is wondering if Binnington is the real deal and his first start was positive, despite the eventual loss. In his second start, he takes on a Dallas team that he was 1-2-0 with a 2.76 GAA and .879 SV% against last season.

Source: Lou Korac 10/5/19, 11:44 am EST

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The Blues have signed Brayden Schenn to an eight-year extension worth $52.0 million ($6.5M AAV).

Schenn was set to become an unrestricted free agent at the end of the season but the Blues have locked him up through the 2027-28 season. Schenn failed to record a point in the season opener but is coming off of a 54-point season (17G / 37A) in 2018-19.

Source: St. Louis Blues 10/4/19, 9:43 am EST

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Binnington will start vs. the Capitals on opening night.

Binnington started the 2018-19 season in the AHL but took the NHL by storm once he was called-up. Binnington went 24-5-1 while leading the NHL in GAA (1.89) and tying for fourth in SV% (.927) in 32 games. He played very well in the postseason as well, en route to winning the Stanley Cup. Not a bad rookie season. He’ll start his second season on home-ice, where he went 14-2-0 last year.

Source: Jim Thomas 10/2/19, 11:52 am EST

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