The Blues will visit Xcel Energy Center for the first time this season tomorrow night. They are currently riding a franchise-best six-game win streak vs. the Wild, which also shares the NHL's longest active with Anaheim.
St. Louis has shutout Minnesota in each of their last two meetings, while dating back to the second period of their encounter on Apr. 1, they have complied just over 153 minutes (153:01) of consecutive shutout time.
Currently, the Blues feature two of the hottest players in the league, as Jaden Schwartz's five-game goal streak (5-1-6) leads all skaters while Kevin Shattenkirk's six-game point streak (3-3-6) is tops among defensemen.
Total Man Games Lost: 77
· St. Louis extended their road point streak to six games (4-0-2)
· The Blues won their third in-a-row vs. Dallas and their seventh in the last eight games of the series
· Kevin Shattenkirk buried the game-winner with just over 10 seconds remaining in the overtime period. It was Shattenkirk's second consecutive game-ender, as he posted the game-deciding shootout goal last night vs. Chicago
· Jaden Schwartz notched his 13th goal of the season, extending his career-best goal streak to five games
· T.J. Oshie broke a 16-game goal drought with his fifth of the year, while also adding his 27th assist, moving him into sole possession of 6th among all forwards
· Vladimir Sobotka logged a pair of assists in his return to the lineup
· Brian Elliott moved to 9-1-2 overall and 4-1-2 on the road, stopping 28 shots in the game