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  • St. Louis BluesPlayoff Game Notes

    Fri, Apr 24, 2015 Round 1 Game 5

    St. Louis BluesTeam Game: 5Home Game: 3

    2 - 21 - 1 (Home)1 - 1 (Road)

    Minnesota WildTeam Game: 5Road Game: 3

    2 - 21 - 1 (Home)1 - 1 (Road)

    # Goalie GP W L OT GAA SV%1 Brian Elliott 0 0 0 0 0.00 .000

    34 Jake Allen 4 2 2 0 1.51 .935

    # Goalie GP W L OT GAA SV%32 Niklas Backstrom 0 0 0 0 0.00 .00035 Darcy Kuemper 1 0 0 0 0.00 1.00

    040 Devan Dubnyk 4 2 2 0 3.06 .864

    # P Player GP G A P +/- PIM4 D Carl Gunnarsson 4 0 0 0 2 05 D Barret Jackman 4 0 0 0 0 26 D Zbynek Michalek 4 0 0 0 0 49 C Steve Ott 4 0 0 0 0 24

    12 C Jori Lehtera 4 0 2 2 -1 013 C Olli Jokinen 0 0 0 0 0 017 L Jaden Schwartz 4 1 1 2 1 018 R Ty Rattie - - - - - -19 D Jay Bouwmeester 4 0 0 0 2 220 L Alexander Steen 4 1 2 3 -1 221 C Patrik Berglund 4 2 2 4 5 022 D Kevin Shattenkirk 4 0 7 7 4 023 R Dmitrij Jaskin 4 0 1 1 2 025 D Chris Butler 0 0 0 0 0 026 C Paul Stastny 4 1 0 1 1 227 D Alex Pietrangelo 4 0 1 1 3 032 L Chris Porter 1 0 1 1 1 041 D Robert Bortuzzo - - - - - -42 C David Backes 4 1 1 2 2 257 C Marcel Goc 3 0 0 0 0 074 R T.J. Oshie 4 0 1 1 0 075 R Ryan Reaves 4 1 0 1 1 091 R Vladimir Tarasenko 4 5 1 6 0 0

    # P Player GP G A P +/- PIM3 C Charlie Coyle 4 0 1 1 -3 05 D Christian Folin - - - - - -6 D Marco Scandella 4 1 0 1 0 09 C Mikko Koivu 4 0 1 1 -2 0

    10 C Jordan Schroeder 1 0 0 0 -1 011 L Zach Parise 4 1 3 4 0 214 R Justin Fontaine 3 0 1 1 -1 016 L Jason Zucker 4 1 0 1 -1 218 C Ryan Carter 0 0 0 0 0 020 D Ryan Suter 4 0 0 0 -3 021 C Kyle Brodziak 4 0 0 0 -2 222 R Nino Niederreiter 4 1 1 2 -1 423 L Sean Bergenheim 3 0 0 0 -2 024 L Matt Cooke 1 0 0 0 0 025 D Jonas Brodin 4 0 0 0 0 026 L Thomas Vanek 4 0 1 1 -3 029 R Jason Pominville 4 2 2 4 0 033 D Jordan Leopold 4 0 0 0 -3 039 D Nate Prosser - - - - - -44 R Chris Stewart 4 0 1 1 -2 046 D Jared Spurgeon 4 1 1 2 -2 255 D Matt Dumba 4 1 0 1 -2 256 C Erik Haula - - - - - -64 C Mikael Granlund 4 1 3 4 2 0

    President of Hockey Operations &GM/Alt. Gov.

    Doug Armstrong

    Head Coach Ken HitchcockAssociate Coach Brad ShawAssistant Coaches Ray Bennett, Kirk Muller, Sean

    Ferrell (Video)Goaltending Coach Jim Corsi

    Owner & Governor Craig LeipoldExecutive VP/General Manager Chuck FletcherAssistant General Manager Brent FlahrHead Coach Mike YeoAssistant Coaches Rick Wilson, Darryl Sydor,

    Darby Hendrickson, AndrewBrunette, Bob Mason

    Tonight's Officials

    Referees Chris Lee(28), Dave Jackson(8), BradWatson(23)

    Linesmen Kiel Murchison(79), Shane Heyer(55)

    Supervisor Video Judge Jim KehmNtl. Anthem Charles Glenn

    Today's ScheduleWPG @ ANA : 7:00 OTT @ MTL : 7:00 PIT @ NYR : 7:00 MIN @ STL : 8:30

  • St. Louis Blues: RosterActive (25 Players)# Name Pos Ht. Wt. Born Birth Place1 Brian Elliott G 6' 2" 209 Apr 9, 1985 Newmarket, ON, CAN4 Carl Gunnarsson D 6' 2" 196 Nov 9, 1986 Orebro, SWE5 Barret Jackman D 6' 0" 203 Mar 5, 1981 Trail, BC, CAN6 Zbynek Michalek D 6' 2" 210 Dec 23, 1982 Jindrichuv Hradec, CZE9 Steve Ott C 6' 0" 189 Aug 19, 1982 Summerside, PE, CAN12 Jori Lehtera C 6' 2" 210 Dec 23, 1987 Helsinki, FIN13 Olli Jokinen C 6' 2" 210 Dec 5, 1978 Kuopio, FIN17 Jaden Schwartz L 5' 10" 190 Jun 25, 1992 Wilcox, SK, CAN18 Ty Rattie R 6' 0" 178 Feb 5, 1993 Calgary, AB, CAN19 Jay Bouwmeester D 6' 4" 212 Sep 27, 1983 Edmonton, AB, CAN20 Alexander Steen L 5' 11" 212 Mar 1, 1984 Winnipeg, MB, CAN21 Patrik Berglund C 6' 3" 217 Jun 2, 1988 Vsters, SWE22 Kevin Shattenkirk D 5' 11" 207 Jan 29, 1989 New Rochelle, NY, USA23 Dmitrij Jaskin R 6' 2" 196 Mar 23, 1993 Omsk, RUS25 Chris Butler D 6' 1" 196 Oct 27, 1986 St. Louis, MO, USA26 Paul Stastny C 6' 0" 205 Dec 27, 1985 Quebec City, QC, CAN27 Alex Pietrangelo D 6' 3" 201 Jan 18, 1990 King City, ON, CAN32 Chris Porter L 6' 1" 206 May 29, 1984 Toronto, ON, CAN34 Jake Allen G 6' 2" 195 Aug 7, 1990 Fredericton, NB, CAN41 Robert Bortuzzo D 6' 4" 215 Mar 18, 1989 Thunder Bay, ON, CAN42 David Backes C 6' 3" 221 May 1, 1984 Minneapolis, MN, USA57 Marcel Goc C 6' 1" 197 Aug 24, 1983 Calw, DEU74 T.J. Oshie R 5' 11" 189 Dec 23, 1986 Everett, WA, USA75 Ryan Reaves R 6' 1" 224 Jan 20, 1987 Winnipeg, MB, CAN91 Vladimir Tarasenko R 6' 0" 219 Dec 13, 1991 Yaroslavl, RUS

    25 Players Total Avg: 6' 1" 204 Age: 28.5

    Goal StreaksNo active streaks

    Assist StreaksNo active streaks

    Point StreaksNo active streaks

    Minnesota Wild: RosterActive (27 Players)# Name Pos Ht. Wt. Born Birth Place3 Charlie Coyle C 6' 3" 221 Mar 2, 1992 E. Weymouth, MA, USA5 Christian Folin D 6' 3" 214 Feb 9, 1991 Gothenburg, SWE6 Marco Scandella D 6' 1" 205 Feb 23, 1990 Montreal, QC, CAN9 Mikko Koivu C 6' 3" 215 Mar 12, 1983 Turku, FIN10 Jordan Schroeder C 5' 9" 176 Sep 29, 1990 Lakeville, MN, USA11 Zach Parise L 5' 11" 197 Jul 28, 1984 Minneapolis, MN, USA14 Justin Fontaine R 5' 10" 175 Nov 6, 1987 Bonnyville, AB, CAN16 Jason Zucker L 5' 11" 188 Jan 16, 1992 Newport Beach, CA, USA18 Ryan Carter C 6' 1" 205 Aug 3, 1983 White Bear Lake, MN, USA20 Ryan Suter D 6' 1" 200 Jan 21, 1985 Madison, WI, USA21 Kyle Brodziak C 6' 2" 212 May 25, 1984 St. Paul, AB, CAN22 Nino Niederreiter R 6' 2" 210 Sep 8, 1992 Chur, CHE23 Sean Bergenheim L 5' 11" 201 Feb 8, 1984 Helsinki, FIN24 Matt Cooke L 5' 11" 216 Sep 7, 1978 Belleville, ON, CAN25 Jonas Brodin D 6' 1" 194 Jul 12, 1993 Karlstad, SWE26 Thomas Vanek L 6' 2" 218 Jan 19, 1984 Vienna, AUT29 Jason Pominville R 6' 0" 187 Nov 30, 1982 Repentigny, QC, CAN32 Niklas Backstrom G 6' 2" 194 Feb 13, 1978 Helsinki, FIN33 Jordan Leopold D 6' 1" 206 Aug 3, 1980 Golden Valley, MN, USA35 Darcy Kuemper G 6' 5" 205 May 5, 1990 Saskatoon, SK, CAN39 Nate Prosser D 6' 2" 203 May 7, 1986 Elk River, MN, USA40 Devan Dubnyk G 6' 6" 210 May 4, 1986 Regina, SK, CAN44 Chris Stewart R 6' 2" 231 Oct 30, 1987 Toronto, ON, CAN46 Jared Spurgeon D 5' 9" 176 Nov 29, 1989 Edmonton, AB, CAN55 Matt Dumba D 6' 0" 189 Jul 25, 1994 Regina, SK, CAN56 Erik Haula C 5' 11" 188 Mar 23, 1991 Pori, FIN64 Mikael Granlund C 5' 10" 185 Feb 26, 1992 Oulu, FIN

    27 Players Total Avg: 6' 0" 200 Age: 28.0

    Injured Reserve List (1 Players)2 Keith Ballard D 5' 11" 204 Nov 26, 1982 Baudette, MN, USA

    Goal StreaksNo active streaks

    Assist StreaksMIKAEL GRANLUND (3 / 2 Games)

    Point StreaksMIKAEL GRANLUND (0-3-3 / 2 Games)NINO NIEDERREITER (1-1-2 / 2 Games)

  • St. Louis Blues: Playoff StatisticsPos # Player GP G A P +/- PIM PP SH GW S % TOI/g FO% Hits Blks

    D 22 Kevin Shattenkirk 4 0 7 7 4 0 0 0 0 4 0.0 20:45 0.00 4 7R 91 Vladimir Tarasenko 4 5 1 6 0 0 1 0 2 8 62.5 16:25 0.00 4 0C 21 Patrik Berglund 4 2 2 4 5 0 0 0 0 5 40.0 13:50 33.33 12 2L 20 Alexander Steen 4 1 2 3 -1 2 0 1 0 9 11.1 18:45 50.00 0 3L 17 Jaden Schwartz 4 1 1 2 1 0 0 0 0 10 10.0 17:10 0.00 2 2C 42 David Backes 4 1 1 2 2 2 0 0 0 6 16.7 18:18 52.17 17 3C 12 Jori Lehtera 4 0 2 2 -1 0 0 0 0 2 0.0 15:45 60.00 1 1C 26 Paul Stastny 4 1 0 1 1 2 0 0 0 7 14.3 16:59 56.52 3 3R 75 Ryan Reaves 4 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 1 100.0 09:25 0.00 13 0R 23 Dmitrij Jaskin 4 0 1 1 2 0 0 0 0 2 0.0 13:26 0.00 11 1D 27 Alex Pietrangelo 4 0 1 1 3 0 0 0 0 13 0.0 25:19 0.00 3 7L 32 Chris Porter 1 0 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0.0 11:12 0.00 5 0R 74 T.J. Oshie 4 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 11 0.0 18:44 0.00 4 3D 4 Carl Gunnarsson 4 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 1 0.0 18:49 0.00 2 8D 5 Barret Jackman 4 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 1 0.0 14:21 0.00 2 6D 6 Zbynek Michalek 4 0 0 0 0 4 0 0 0 2 0.0 18:08 100.00 3 4C 9 Steve Ott 4 0 0 0 0 24 0 0 0 4 0.0 10:40 43.75 8 3D 19 Jay Bouwmeester 4 0 0 0 2 2 0 0 0 1 0.0 20:06 0.00 6 6C 57 Marcel Goc 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 0.0 09:03 61.53 0 1

    # Player GP Min GAA W L OT SO GA SVS SV% G A PIM1 Brian Elliott 0 0 0.00 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0 0

    34 Jake Allen 4 238 1.51 2 2 0 0 6 87 .935 0 0 0

    Minnesota Wild: Playoff StatisticsPos # Player GP G A P +/- PIM PP SH GW S % TOI/g FO% Hits Blks

    R 29 Jason Pominville 4 2 2 4 0 0 1 0 1 16 12.5 16:59 33.33 7 1L 11 Zach Parise 4 1 3 4 0 2 0 0 0 8 12.5 18:01 0.00 8 5C 64 Mikael Granlund 4 1 3 4 2 0 0 0 1 3 33.3 16:40 54.54 10 2R 22 Nino Niederreiter 4 1 1 2 -1 4 0 0 0 8 12.5 15:04 0.00 10 1D 46 Jared Spurgeon 4 1 1 2 -2 2 1 0 0 5 20.0 21:00 0.00 3 9D 6 Marco Scandella 4 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 8 12.5 20:00 0.00 9 5L 16 Jason Zucker 4 1 0 1 -1 2 0 0 0 8 12.5 15:39 0.00 9 3D 55 Matt Dumba 4 1 0 1 -2 2 1 0 0 6 16.7 15:32 0.00 8 2C 3 Charlie Coyle 4 0 1 1 -3 0 0 0 0 5 0.0 13:45 41.17 12 4C 9 Mikko Koivu 4 0 1 1 -2 0 0 0 0 4 0.0 17:54 50.00 3 2R 14 Justin Fontaine 3 0 1 1 -1 0 0 0 0 3 0.0 12:05 0.00 1 0L 26 Thomas Vanek 4 0 1 1 -3 0 0 0 0 4 0.0 14:58 0.00 1 0R 44 Chris Stewart 4 0 1 1 -2 0 0 0 0 4 0.0 16:02 0.00 10 3C 10 Jordan Schroeder 1 0 0 0 -1 0 0 0 0 2 0.0 08:50 0.00 1 0D 20 Ryan Suter 4 0 0 0 -3 0 0 0 0 4 0.0 26:04 0.00 6 7C 21 Kyle Brodziak 4 0 0 0 -2 2 0 0 0 5 0.0 12:25 32.60 3 2L 23 Sean Bergenheim 3 0 0 0 -2 0 0 0 0 1 0.0 10:09 0.00 4 0L 24 Matt Cooke 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0.0 10:27 0.00 2 0D 25 Jonas Brodin 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0.0 22:30 0.00 2 12D 33 Jordan Leopold 4 0 0 0 -3 0 0 0 0 2 0.0 12:57 0.00 6 3

    # Player GP Min GAA W L OT SO GA SVS SV% G A PIM32 Niklas Backstrom 0 0 0.00 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0 035 Darcy Kuemper 1 23 0.00 0 0 0 0 0 9 1.000 0 0 040 Devan Dubnyk 4 216 3.06 2 2 0 1 11 70 .864 0 0 0

  • Minnesota Wild @ St. Louis BluesTeam Records

    Minnesota Wild St. Louis BluesLast game: Wednesday VS ST. LOUIS (6-1 L) Wednesday AT MINNESOTA (6-1 W)Next game: Sunday VS ST. LOUIS Sunday AT MINNESOTA

    Overall record/streak: 2 - 2 - 0 / Lost 1 2 - 2 - 0 / Win 1 / Undef 1Home record/streak: 1 - 1 - 0 / Lost 1 1 - 1 - 0 / Win 1 / Undef 1Road record/streak: 1 - 1 - 0 / Lost 1 1 - 1 - 0 / Win 1 / Undef 1

    1-Goal Games: 0 - 0 - 0 0 - 0 - 02-Goal Games 1 - 0 0 - 13-Goal Games 1 - 2 2 - 1

    Scoring first 2 - 0 - 0 2 - 0 - 0Opponent scoring first 0 - 2 - 0 0 - 2 - 0Leading after 1 period 1 - 0 - 0 2 - 0 - 0Trailing after 1 period 0 - 2 - 0 0 - 1 - 0

    Tied after 1 period 1 - 0 - 0 0 - 1 - 0Leading after 2 periods 2 - 0 - 0 2 - 0 - 0Trailing after 2 periods 0 - 2 - 0 0 - 2 - 0

    Tied after 2 periods 0 - 0 - 0 0 - 0 - 0OT Record - Playoffs: 0 - 0 0 - 0

    Outshooting opponent: 2 - 0 - 0 2 - 0 - 0Outshot by opponent: 0 - 2 - 0 0 - 2 - 0

    Even shots: 0 - 0 - 0 0 - 0 - 0

    Month by Month RecordMinnesota Wild St. Louis Blues

    W-L-OT Points W-L-OT PointsOctober: 6-3-0 12 5-3-1 11

    November: 7-6-1 15 11-3-1 23December: 4-5-3 11 6-6-1 13

    January: 5-6-2 12 9-1-1 19February: 11-2-1 23 9-5-0 18

    March: 11-3-0 22 6-5-3 15April: 2-3-1 5 5-1-0 10

    Totals: 46-28-8 100 51-24-7 109

  • Minnesota Wild @ St. Louis BluesSituations

    Goals by Period1 2 3 OT T Avg

    Minnesota Wild: 1 4 4 0 9 ( 2.3 avg.)Opponents: 5 3 4 0 12 ( 3.0 avg.)

    St. Louis Blues: 5 3 4 0 12 ( 3.0 avg.)Opponents: 1 4 4 0 9 ( 2.3 avg.)

    Shots by Period1 2 3 OT T Avg

    Minnesota Wild: 27 41 28 0 96 (24.0 avg.)Opponents: 30 28 33 0 91 (22.8 avg.)

    St. Louis Blues: 30 28 33 0 91 (22.8 avg.)Opponents: 27 41 28 0 96 (24.0 avg.)

    Power PlayMinnesota Wild St. Louis Blues

    G Att % G Att %Overall: 3 9 33.3 (1st NHL) 1 7 14.3 (T-8th NHL)Home: 1 4 25.0 (5th NHL) 1 5 20.0 (6th NHL)Road: 2 5 40.0 (T-1st NHL) 0 2 0.0 (T-9th NHL)

    1 SHORT HANDED GOALS ALLOWED (T-13th NHL) 0 SHORT HANDED GOALS ALLOWED (T-1st NHL)

    Penalty KillingMinnesota Wild St. Louis Blues

    G Att % G Att %Overall: 1 7 85.7 (T-8th NHL) 3 9 66.7 (16th NHL)Home: 0 2 100.0 (T-1st NHL) 2 5 60.0 (T-15th NHL)Road: 1 5 80.0 (11th NHL) 1 4 75.0 (12th NHL)

    0 SHORT HANDED GOALS SCORED (T-5th NHL) 1 SHORT HANDED GOALS SCORED (T-1st NHL)

    PenaltiesMinnesota Wild St. Louis Blues

    GP Min Avg./Rank GP Min Avg./Rank4 14 3.5 (1st NHL) 4 38 9.5 (7th NHL)

    Goal SituationsMinnesota Wild St. Louis Blues

    For Against For Against5 on 5: 4 9 9 45 on 4: 2 1 1 05 on 3: 0 0 0 04 on 4: 0 0 0 04 on 3: 0 0 0 03 on 3: 0 0 0 03 on 4: 0 0 0 03 on 5: 0 0 0 04 on 5: 0 1 1 2

    Empty Net: 3 1 1 3Penalty Shots: 0 0 0 0

    Total: 9 12 12 9

  • Minnesota Wild @ St. Louis BluesSituations

    Individual LeadersMinnesota Wild St. Louis Blues

    Points: J. POMINVILLE (4),Z. PARISE (4),M. GRANLUND (4) K. SHATTENKIRK (7),V. TARASENKO (6),P. BERGLUND (4)Goals: J. POMINVILLE (2),Z. PARISE (1),M. SCANDELLA (1) V. TARASENKO (5),P. BERGLUND (2),A. STEEN (1)

    Assists: Z. PARISE (3),M. GRANLUND (3),J. POMINVILLE (2) K. SHATTENKIRK (7),A. STEEN (2),P. BERGLUND (2)PP Goals: J. POMINVILLE (1),J. SPURGEON (1),M. DUMBA (1) V. TARASENKO (1)SH Goals: A. STEEN (1)

    GW Goals: J. POMINVILLE (1),M. GRANLUND (1) V. TARASENKO (2)3+ Goals: V. TARASENKO(1)

    PIM: N. NIEDERREITER (4),Z. PARISE (2),K. BRODZIAK (2) S. OTT (24),Z. MICHALEK (4),B. JACKMAN (2)Shots: J. POMINVILLE (16),Z. PARISE (8),M. SCANDELLA (8) A. PIETRANGELO (13),T. OSHIE (11),J. SCHWARTZ (10)

    +/-: M. GRANLUND (+2),M. COOKE (0),J. POMINVILLE (0) P. BERGLUND (+5),K. SHATTENKIRK (+4),A. PIETRANGELO (+3)

    Power PlayMinnesota Wild St. Louis Blues

    Player G A PJared Spurgeon 1 1 2Matt Dumba 1 0 1Jason Pominville 1 0 1Mikael Granlund 0 1 1Mikko Koivu 0 1 1Nino Niederreiter 0 1 1Zach Parise 0 1 1Chris Stewart 0 1 1

    Player G A PVladimir Tarasenko 1 0 1Kevin Shattenkirk 0 1 1Alexander Steen 0 1 1

    Short HandedMinnesota Wild St. Louis Blues

    Player G A P

    No players to display

    Player G A PAlexander Steen 1 0 1Kevin Shattenkirk 0 1 1Vladimir Tarasenko 0 1 1

  • Minnesota Wild (2-2) @ St. Louis Blues (2-2)Season Series

    St. Louis Blues Wild Attend Goaltenders W. GoalApr 16, 2015 2 4 19,671 Devan Dubnyk / Jake Allen Mikael GranlundApr 18, 2015 4 1 19,243 Jake Allen / Devan Dubnyk Vladimir Tarasenko

    Minnesota Blues Wild Attend Goaltenders W. GoalApr 20, 2015 0 3 19,165 Devan Dubnyk / Jake Allen Jason PominvilleApr 22, 2015 6 1 19,390 Jake Allen / Devan Dubnyk Vladimir Tarasenko

    Wild Head To Head StatsPlayer GP G A P +/- PIM PP SH GW EN S %Jason Pominville 4 2 2 4 0 0 1 0 0 1 16 12.5Zach Parise 4 1 3 4 0 2 0 0 0 0 8 12.5Mikael Granlund 4 1 3 4 2 0 0 0 0 1 3 33.3Nino Niederreiter 4 1 1 2 -1 4 0 0 0 1 8 12.5Jared Spurgeon 4 1 1 2 -2 2 1 0 0 0 5 20.0Marco Scandella 4 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 8 12.5Jason Zucker 4 1 0 1 -1 2 0 0 0 0 8 12.5Matt Dumba 4 1 0 1 -2 2 1 0 0 0 6 16.7Charlie Coyle 4 0 1 1 -3 0 0 0 0 0 5 0.0Mikko Koivu 4 0 1 1 -2 0 0 0 0 0 4 0.0Justin Fontaine 3 0 1 1 -1 0 0 0 0 0 3 0.0Thomas Vanek 4 0 1 1 -3 0 0 0 0 0 4 0.0Chris Stewart 4 0 1 1 -2 0 0 0 0 0 4 0.0Jordan Schroeder 1 0 0 0 -1 0 0 0 0 0 2 0.0Ryan Suter 4 0 0 0 -3 0 0 0 0 0 4 0.0Kyle Brodziak 4 0 0 0 -2 2 0 0 0 0 5 0.0Sean Bergenheim 3 0 0 0 -2 0 0 0 0 0 1 0.0Matt Cooke 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0.0Jonas Brodin 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0.0Jordan Leopold 4 0 0 0 -3 0 0 0 0 0 2 0.0

    Goaltender GP Min GA GAA SO W L OT SA SV%Devan Dubnyk 4 216 11 3.06 1 2 2 0 81 .864Darcy Kuemper 1 23 0 .00 0 0 0 0 9 1.000

    Power play 3 - 9 (33%) Penalty Killing 1 - 7 (85.7%)

    Blues Head To Head StatsPlayer GP G A P +/- PIM PP SH GW EN S %Kevin Shattenkirk 4 0 7 7 4 0 0 0 0 0 4 0.0Vladimir Tarasenko 4 5 1 6 0 0 1 0 0 1 8 62.5Patrik Berglund 4 2 2 4 5 0 0 0 0 0 5 40.0Alexander Steen 4 1 2 3 -1 2 0 1 0 0 9 11.1Jaden Schwartz 4 1 1 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 10 10.0David Backes 4 1 1 2 2 2 0 0 0 0 6 16.7Jori Lehtera 4 0 2 2 -1 0 0 0 0 0 2 0.0Paul Stastny 4 1 0 1 1 2 0 0 0 0 7 14.3Ryan Reaves 4 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 100.0Dmitrij Jaskin 4 0 1 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 2 0.0Alex Pietrangelo 4 0 1 1 3 0 0 0 0 0 13 0.0Chris Porter 1 0 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0.0T.J. Oshie 4 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 11 0.0Carl Gunnarsson 4 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 1 0.0Barret Jackman 4 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 1 0.0Zbynek Michalek 4 0 0 0 0 4 0 0 0 0 2 0.0Steve Ott 4 0 0 0 0 24 0 0 0 0 4 0.0Jay Bouwmeester 4 0 0 0 2 2 0 0 0 0 1 0.0Marcel Goc 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 0.0

    Goaltender GP Min GA GAA SO W L OT SA SV%Jake Allen 4 238 6 1.51 0 2 2 0 93 .935

    Power play 1 - 7 (14%) Penalty Killing 3 - 9 (66.7%)

  • InjuriesNone2014-15 Total Man Games Lost: 149 Recent TransactionsApr. 1 Recalled Ty Rattie from ChicagoMar. 10 Signed defenseman Colton Parayko to a 2-year, entry-level contract

    BLUES FACE WILD IN WESTERN CONFERENCE QUARTER-FINALS Series (tied 2-2)G1: Apr. 16 STL, 2 vs. MIN, 4G2: Apr. 18 STL, 4 vs. MIN, 1G3: Apr. 20 STL, 0 at MIN, 3G4: Apr. 22 STL, 6 at MIN, 1G5: Apr. 24 STL vs. MING6: Apr. 26 STL at MING7: Apr. 29 STL vs. MIN Game 4 Breakdown: STL, 6 at MIN, 1-The Blues exploded for six goals, including three in the first period, en route to earning their first road playoff win since Apr. 19, 2012 atSan Jose (snapped nine-game losing streak). Their six goals were their most in a postseason game overall since Apr. 10, 2003 atVancouver (6-0). -The Blues ended the first period win a 3-0 lead, marking the first time they outscored an opponent by three in the opening frame of aplayoff game since Apr. 8, 1989 against the Minnesota North Stars. It was their fourth three-goal first period overall this season andtheir first in a postseason outing since Apr. 16, 2001 vs. San Jose-Ryan Reaves scored his first career playoff goal (18gp)-Paul Stastny grabbed his first goal of the 2015 postseason. He now has 12 points (7-5-12) in 17 career playoff games against theWild-David Backes recorded his third career multi-point playoff game with his first goal and assist of the 2015 postseason -Alex Pietrangelo grabbed his first assist of the playoffs while adding his second +2 rating in the series-Dmitrij Jaskin became just the second Blues rookie since 2004 to log a postseason point (other was Jaden Schwartz - assist - May8, 2013 vs. LA)-Vladimir Tarasenko posted his second multi-goal game of the series (first Blue with two multi-goal games in a series since DougWeight vs. VAN in 2003)-Kevin Shattenkirk notched three assists for his third multi-assist game of the series-Jake Allen became the first Blues rookie to win a road playoff game since Curtis Joseph on Apr. 8, 1990 at Toronto Playoff HistoryThe Blues and Wild had never met in the postseason prior to this year, but St. Louis and Minnesota have a long postseason history. The two cities had faced-off nine times previously in the Stanley Cup Playoffs including their first years of existence, when the Bluesprevailed over the North Stars in seven games in the 1968 Semifinals. Breaking down the history, six of the nine series have requiredat least six games while two took five games and only one was a sweep (MIN win 3-0, 1985). Shifting to ScottradeThe series has shifted back to Scottrade Center, where the Blues split the first two games of their series with the Wild. They have wonfive of their last eight postseason games at Scottrade Center overall, including a 4-1 triumph in Game Two. Against the Wildspecifically, the Blues have won six of their last eight home games in regulation (reg. + postseason), outscoring them 28-15 in thatspan. Tarasenko Ties a Blues RecordWith the series tied at 2-2, the Blues and Wild are guaranteed to go at least six games, which means that Vladimir Tarasenko's fivegoals have already tied a Blues record for the most in a six-game playoff series. Previously, Shayne Corson scored five againstToronto in 1996 while Al McDonald first set the mark with five tallies against the Minnesota North Stars in 1970.

    St. Louis Blues: Media Notes

  • The Streak ContinuesJake Allen stopped 17 shots in Game Four, extending his streak of allowing two or fewer goals to 12 games (reg. + postseason). During that span, he has posted a League-best 1.39 GAA and a .946 SV% that includes 278 stops on 294 shots (goalies with at least10GP since Mar. 15). Narrowing the focus, he has conceded just one goal in six of his eight starts since the beginning of April,recording a 1.26 GAA and a .951 SV% in that stretch. Through the first four games of this series, Allens .935 SV% is 7th and his 1.51GAA is 3rd overall in the postseason. Though a rookie, Allen is no stranger to high-pressure hockey as he played 29 total playoffgames while in the QMJHL, won the Gold Medal and MVP at the 2008 U18 WJC and earned the Silver Medal at the 2010 WJC Series TallyThe Blues and Wild are currently knotted a two as each team has earned both a home and road victory. The Blues have drawn 2-2after four games on 21 occasions in their playoff history they are 8-13 in those series Go AheadThe Blues scored first and went on to win both Game Two and Four and have now won four straight playoff games when doing so. Onthe flip side, they have dropped nine straight postseason matches when conceding the first goal. During the regular season, theyranked 4th overall with a 36-6-4 record when tallying the first goal Helping HandKevin Shattenkirk notched three assists for his third multi-assist game of the series in Game Four. It was the first three-assistpostseason game by a Blues defenseman since Carlo Colaiacovo on Apr. 16, 2012 vs. San Jose (3a). Along with Corey Perry,Shattenkirk shares the League lead with seven playoff points overall (0-7-7), while he has a strong chance to tie a Blues record for themost assists in a six-game series held by Wayne Gretzky, who had nine in 1996 vs. Toronto Theres A PlusJay Bouwmeesters +4 rating in Game Four was not only a personal playoff career high, but just the sixth time a Blues defensemanhas recorded such a rating in club playoff historyJay Bouwmeester, Apr. 22, 2015 vs. MINBill Houlder, May 17, 1995 vs. VANGarth Butcher, May 7, 1993 vs. TORJeff Brown, Apr. 12, 1991 vs. DETScott Stevens, Apr. 12, 1991 vs. DETGordie Roberts, Apr. 18, 1990 vs. CHI Tough DrawThe Blues rank 3rd overall with a 54.4% F/O win% this postseason, including Jori Lehteras 60% effort, which ranks 4th among allskaters. During the regular season, the club was second only to Boston (53.6%) with a 53.4% win rate in the faceoff circle thefranchises best-ever faceoff season on record Sharp ShooterExcluding his empty-net goal, Vladimir Tarasenko has scored on 57.1% (4 for 7) of his shots on goal this postseason (14% during thereg. season) Running WildPaul Stastny leads all current Blues with 19 points (9-10-19) in 26 career postseason games, while 12 (7-5-12) of the 19 have come in17 postseason outings against Minnesota

    St. Louis

    51-24-7 (.665, t-3rd)

    2.91 (5th)

    2.40 (t-4th)

    22.3% (4th)

    83.7% (t-7th)

    +42 (3rd)

    +31 (3rd)

    +14 (3rd)

    Regular Season (League Rank)

    Record (Win% Rank)

    G/G

    GA/G

    PP

    PK

    Goal Differential

    Even Strength Goal Differential

    PPG Differential

    Minnesota

    46-28-8 (.610, t-11th)

    2.77 (t-12th)

    2.41 (6th)

    15.9% (t-26th)

    86.3% (1st)

    +29 (7th)

    +21 (10th)

    +7 (t-9th)

  • *Goal Differential does not include shootout team goals

    BLUES REGULAR SEASON NOTES Regular Season Highlights

    2nd in the League with a 29-12-4 record in the 2015 calendar year (1. NYR, 33-11-3)

    PK finished t-7th at 83.7%, including a League best 88.6% mark in the 2015 calendar year

    PPs 22.3% conversion rate was the clubs best since a 22.5% mark in 1989-90

    Seven hat tricks as a team were their most since posting nine in 1993-94

    Ken Hitchcock became the 4th coach in NHL history to reach 700 reg. season wins on Mar. 12 vs. Philadelphia

    Brian Elliott set a franchise record with his 21st career shutout on Mar. 17 at Calgary

    Jake Allen (22 wins) became the third goaltender in Blues history to lead the League in rookie wins (Wayne Stephenson 72-73 /

    Mike Liut 79-80)

    Elliott and Allen were just the second goaltending duo in Blues history to each accrue 20 wins (Elliott/Jaroslav Halak 11-12)

    Vladimir Tarasenko (73 pts, 10th) became the first Blue to finish in the top 10 in scoring since Pavol Demitra finished 6th in 2002-

    03

    David Backes became the 2nd player in Blues history to post two career four-goal games, on Jan. 6 in Arizona (Brett Hull)

    Barret Jackman played in his 780th game as a Blue on Feb. 17 vs. Dallas, passing Brian Sutter for second on the Blues all-time

    list

    Kevin Shattenkirk and Tarasenko were first-time All-Stars while Brian Elliott earned his second career nomination

    Shattenkirk tallied 44 points in just 56 games after setting a career-high with 45 points in 81 games last season

    Paul Stastny set a career-high with seven GWG

    Jori Lehtera (14-30-44) became the ninth player in Blues history to log 30 assists in his first NHL season

    Sold-out 23 home games including each of their last six. All toll, over 800,000 fans walked through the Scottrade Center turnstiles

    this season Team Splits

    Ranks

    G/G: 2.91 (5th)

    GA/G: 2.40 (t-4th)

    PP%: 22.3 (4th)

    PK%: 83.7 (t-7th)

    S/G: 30.9 (t-10th)

    SA/G: 27.2 (2nd)

    Goal Differentials *not include SO goals (Rank)

    1st Per: +2 (16th)

    2nd Per: +22 (1st)

    3rd Per: +16 (9th)

    Ev. Strength: +31 (3rd)

    Overall: +42 (3rd)

    Home

    G/G: 2.98 (10th)

    Goal Diff: +28 (t-4th)

    Ev. Str Goal Diff: +24 (4th)

    PP%: 19.4% (16th)

    PK%: 84.6% (t-7th)

    Road

    G/G: 2.85 (t-5th)

    Goal Diff: +14 (2nd)

    Ev. Str Goal Diff: +7 (t-7th)

    PP%: 25.4% (1st)

    PK%: 82.8% (t-8th)

  • Player Splits (League Rank)

    Player 5 v 5 Breakdown (League Rank at least 50 GP)

    Goaltenders Breakdown (League Rank at least 10 GP)

    Records

    In One-Goal Games: 25-7-7 (.641, 3rd)

    When Scoring on PP: 27-7-4

    Not Allowing PPG: 31-12-5

    Scoring 3 or more: 38-5-1

    Scoring 1st: 36-6-4 (.783, 4th)

    Leading after 2nd: 32-2-4 (.842, 14th)

    Trailing after 2nd: 7-15-2 (.292, 5th)

    Home PTS

    Tarasenko, 40 (t-11th)

    Schwartz, 34 (t-28th)

    Steen, 30

    Road PTS

    Steen, 34 (t-21st)

    Tarasenko, 33 (t-27th)

    Oshie, 30

    Ev. Strength PTS

    Tarasenko, 55 (3rd)

    Schwartz, 45 (28th)

    Backes, 42

    Power Play PTS

    Shattenkirk, 25 (t-17th)

    Steen, 24 (t-25th)

    Tarasenko, 18

    PTS/60 Min

    Tarasenko, 2.83 (7th)

    Schwartz, 2.54 (15th)

    Oshie, 2.40

    Backes, 2.31

    On-ice v Off-ice Goals Differential

    Tarasenko, +26

    Shatenkirk, +22

    Lehtera, +20

    Oshie, +15

    Jake Allen

    Home GAA: 2.14 (14th)

    Home SV: .908 (35th)

    Road GAA: 2.42 (16th)

    Road SV%: .917 (24th)

    5 v 5 GA/60 Min: 2.21

    Ev. Strength SV%: .917

    PK SV%: .882 (152 shots faced)

    Brian Elliott

    Home GAA: 2.30 (21st)

    Home SV%: .910 (32nd)

    Road GAA: 2.22 (8th)

    Road SV%: .923 (13th)

    5 v 5 GA/60 Min: 2.02

    Ev. Strength SV%: .925

    PK SV%: .881 (160 shots faced)

  • St. Louis Blues: Game By Game Summary* = Overtime, ** = Shootout, + = Sellout

    # Date Team W-L-OT Record GF-GA Scorers W Goal PP PK SF-SA W-L Gltdr. Attend.1 04/16/2015 Minnesota Wild L 00-01-00 2-4 17,20s 64 0-2 2-4 21-29 40 / 34 19671+2 04/18/2015 Minnesota Wild W 01-01-00 4-1 91,91p,21,91 91 1-3 1-1 27-25 34 / 40 19243+3 04/20/2015 @ Minnesota Wild L 01-02-00 0-3 29 0-0 3-3 17-24 40 / 34 19165+4 04/22/2015 @ Minnesota Wild W 02-02-00 6-1 75,91,42,26,91,21 91 0-2 0-1 26-18 34 / 40 19390+5 04/24/2015 Minnesota Wild6 04/26/2015 @ Minnesota Wild7 04/29/2015 Minnesota Wild

  • St. Louis Blues: Player Game By Game SummarySkaters: Goals-Assists (Game Winning or Game Tying), Shots / (+/-), TOI Goalies: Goals Allowed/Shots, Decision, Minutes Played

  • Hitchcock was named the 24th head coach in Blues history on Nov. 7, 2011, and has led the club to three straight postseason appearances,including a franchise best 52-win regular season campaign last year. In 2011-12, he led the Blues to the their second best season ever andtheir first division title since 2000 en route to becoming the NHL's 2012 Jack Adams Award winner, the fourth coach in Blues history to recievethe honor. Hitchcock has also coached in Dallas, Philadelphia and Columbus. He currently ranks 3rd among active coaches in games behindthe bench and 2nd in wins including becoming the 4th coach in NHL history to earn 700 wins on Mar. 12, 2015. Hitchcock has guided histeams to seven division titles including winning the 1999 Stanley Cup with the Dallas Stars. Hitchcock also served as an assistant coach forTeam Canada when they won Gold at the 2002, 2010 and 2014 Winter Olympics.NHL Rec: 708-429-185 / Playoff Rec: 76-70Blues Rec: 175-79-27 / Playoff Rec: 10-15

    St. Louis Blues: Head Coach and Player BiosHead Coach: Ken Hitchcock

    #1: Brian Elliott (G) 6' 2", 209 lbs. / Apr 9, 1985 (30 years)

    Drafted: Ottawa's 9th round pick, 291st overall, in 2003Acquired: Signed as free agent on July 1, 2011Last Win: APR 11, 2015 vs MINNESOTALast SO: MAR 17, 2015 @ CALGARY (6)

    GP W-L-OT SO GAA SV%Playoffs 0 0-0 0 - -

    Career Playoffs 18 6-10 0 2.55 .898Season 46 26-14-3 5 2.26 .917Career 281 142-91-26 30 2.45 .912

    Career vs. Opp 11 7-2-0 2 2.32 .895

    Playoff Highs: Shots Saves- -

    Regular Season Career as a Blue: 139GP / 81-38-10 / .923 SV% / 2.00 GAA / 21 SO2015 Postseason: 0-0-0 / .000 SV% / 0.00 GAA / 0 SOQuick Hits-Ranked 9th in GAA (2.26) during the reg. season-Posted his 21st shutout as a Blue on Mar. 17 in CGY, etching a new franchise record-2.00 GAA as a Blue is the best in franchise history (goaltenders with at least 50 GP)-Earned the 2012 Jennings Trophy, the second in Blues history2014-15 Reg. Season Stats: Home: 13-8-1 / .910 SV% / 2.30 GAARoad: 13-6-2 / .923 SV% / 2.22 GAA

    #34: Jake Allen (G) 6' 2", 195 lbs. / Aug 7, 1990 (24 years and 8 months)

    Drafted: Blues' 2nd round pick, 34th overall, in 2008Last Win: APR 22, 2015 @ MINNESOTALast SO: MAR 15, 2015 @ DALLAS (7)

    GP W-L-OT SO GAA SV%Playoffs 4 2-2 0 1.51 .935

    Career Playoffs 5 2-2 0 1.50 .935Season 37 22-7-4 4 2.28 .913Career 52 31-11-4 5 2.33 .911

    Career vs. Opp 2 1-0-0 0 2.38 .920

    Playoff Highs: Shots Saves2727

    254/16 vs MIN

    Regular Season Career as a Blue: 52GP / 31-11-4 / .911 SV% / 2.33 GAA / 5 SO2015 Postseason: 4GP / 2-2 / .935 SV% / 1.51 GAA / 0 SOQuick Hits-In Game 2, he became the first Blues rookie to win a playoff game since Curtis Joseph (4/12/90 vs. TOR)-Allowed two or fewer goals in 12 consecutive games overall (reg. + postseason)...7-3-1, 1.38 GAA, .946 sv%-4 shutouts this season ties a Blues rookie record (Brent Johnson, Ernie Wakely)-Became the second Blues rookie goalie ever to produce back-to-back shutouts on Oct. 30 vs. ANA and Nov. 4 at NJD (Ernie Wakely, 1969-70)-Went 184:38 consecutive shutout minutes from 10/23 vs. VAN (3rd per) to 11/6 vs. NJD (3rd per), marking the longest such streak by a rookiegoalie in Blues history2014-15 Reg. Season Stats:Home: 12-4-1 / .908 SV% / 2.14 GAA / 1 SO Road: 10-3-3 / .917 SV% / 2.42 GAA / 3 SO

  • #4: Carl Gunnarsson (D) 6' 2", 196 lbs. / Nov 9, 1986 (28 years and 5 months)

    Drafted: Toronto's 7th round pick, 194th overall, in 2007Acquired: From Toronto, along with a 2014 4th round pick (Ville Husso), in exchangefor Roman Polak on June 28, 2014Last Goal: JAN 19, 2015 vs COLORADO (32)Last Assist: MAY 4, 2013 @ BOSTON (9)

    GP G-A-P +/- PIMPlayoffs 4 0-0-0 2 0

    Career Playoffs 11 0-1-1 -5 0Season 61 2-10-12 10 2Career 365 17-81-98 24 94

    Career vs. Opp 8 1-0-1 4 4

    Playoff Highs: G A P PIM TOI Shots Hits +/-0

    4 times0

    4 times0

    4 times0

    4 times20:24

    4/18 vs MIN1

    4/18 vs MIN1

    2 times+3

    4/22 vs MIN

    Regular Season Career as a Blue: 61GP, 2-10-12, 2 PIM

    2015 Postseason: 4GP, 0-0-0, 0 PIM

    Quick Hits

    -Playoff career-high +3 rating in Game 4

    -Ranked 2nd among Blues d-men with a +10 rating during the 2014-15 reg. season

    -Ranked 3rd among Blues d-men with 114 blocks during the 2014-15 reg. season

    -Led the Maple Leafs defense with a +12 rating last season

    2014-15 Reg. Season Stats:

    Home: 31GP, 2-6-8

    Road: 30GP, 0-4-4

    #5: Barret Jackman (D) 6' 0", 203 lbs. / Mar 5, 1981 (34 years and 1 month)

    JAK-manDrafted: Blues' 1st round pick, 17th overall, in 19994 NHL / 4 STL SeasonLast Goal: APR 19, 2014 vs CHICAGO (8)Last Assist: APR 25, 2014 vs CHICAGO (5)

    GP G-A-P +/- PIMPlayoffs 4 0-0-0 0 2

    Career Playoffs 37 2-5-7 -18 60Season 80 2-13-15 3 47Career 803 28-153-181 53 1026

    Career vs. Opp 41 3-3-6 5 16

    Playoff Highs: G A P PIM TOI Shots Hits +/-0

    4 times0

    4 times0

    4 times2

    4/20 vs MIN16:21

    4/22 vs MIN1

    4/20 vs MIN2

    4/16 vs MIN+0

    4 times

    Regular Season Career as a Blue: 803GP, 28-153-181, 1,024 PIM

    2015 Postseason: 4GP, 0-0-0, 2 PIM

    Quick Hits

    -6 blocked shots through the first 4 games of the series

    -Played in his 780th game on Feb. 17 vs. DAL, passing Brian Sutter for 2nd on the club's all-time games played list

    -Served his 1,000th PIM on Dec. 30 at NSH

    -Longest tenured STL athlete

    -Became the only Calder Trophy winner in franchise history in 2003

    2014-15 Reg. Season Stats:

    Home: 41GP, 2-9-11

    Road: 39GP, 0-4-4

    #6: Zbynek Michalek (D) 6' 2", 210 lbs. / Dec 23, 1982 (32 years and 4 months)

    Drafted: UndraftedAcquired: From Arizona along with a conditional 2015 3rd round pick in exchange forMaxim LetunovLast Goal: APR 3, 2015 @ DALLAS (4)Last Assist: APR 15, 2012 @ PHILADELPHIA (7)

    GP G-A-P +/- PIMPlayoffs 4 0-0-0 0 4

    Career Playoffs 24 0-4-4 -1 6Season 68 4-8-12 -3 18Career 711 40-131-171 -15 302

    Career vs. Opp 29 1-3-4 -1 6

    Playoff Highs: G A P PIM TOI Shots Hits +/-0

    4 times0

    4 times0

    4 times2

    2 times19:52

    4/18 vs MIN1

    2 times2

    4/18 vs MIN+2

    4/18 vs MIN

    Regular Season Career as a Blue: 15GP, 2-2-4, 4 PIM

    2015 Postseason: 4GP, 0-0-0, 4 PIM

    Quick Hits

    -1 shot, 1 hit and 3 blocks in last 2 games of the seires

    -Ranked 23rd overall in shorthanded ice time per game (2:52) during the reg. season

    -Ranked 18th overall with 160 blocked shots during the reg. season

    -Combined +12 rating over his last 6 seasons, after accruing a -27 in his first 5 NHL campaigns

    2014-15 Reg. Season Stats:

    Home: 33GP, 2-3-5

    Road: 35GP, 2-5-7

  • #9: Steve Ott (C) 6' 0", 189 lbs. / Aug 19, 1982 (32 years and 8 months)

    Drafted: Dallas' 1st round pick, 25th overall, in 2000Acquired: From Buffalo, along with Ryan Miller, in exchange for Jaroslav Halak, ChrisStewart, William Carrier, a 1st round pick in 2015 and a 3rd round pick in 2016 onFeb. 28, 2014Last Goal: APR 17, 2008 vs ANAHEIM (24)Last Assist: APR 23, 2014 @ CHICAGO (6)

    GP G-A-P +/- PIMPlayoffs 4 0-0-0 0 24

    Career Playoffs 44 3-4-7 -6 70Season 78 3-9-12 -8 86Career 774 106-173-279 -55 1441

    Career vs. Opp 35 7-8-15 2 76

    Playoff Highs: G A P PIM TOI Shots Hits +/-0

    4 times0

    4 times0

    4 times12

    4/20 vs MIN11:59

    4/22 vs MIN2

    2 times3

    2 times+1

    4/22 vs MIN

    Regular Season Career as a Blue: 101GP, 3-12-15, 125 PIM

    2015 Postseason: 4GP, 0-0-0, 22 PIM

    Quick Hits

    -8 hits and 24 PIM through the first 4 games of the series

    -Ranked 3rd on the club with 180 hits this reg. season

    -Last season, ranked 5th in the NHL overall with 244 hits

    -Ranks 5th among active skaters with 1,441 career penalty minutes

    2014-15 Reg. Season Stats:

    Home: 40GP, 2-3-5

    Road: 39GP, 1-6-7

    #12: Jori Lehtera (C) 6' 2", 210 lbs. / Dec 23, 1987 (27 years and 4 months)

    Drafted: Blues' 3rd round pick, 65th overall, in 2008Last Goal: APR 11, 2015 vs MINNESOTALast Assist: APR 22, 2015 @ MINNESOTA

    GP G-A-P +/- PIMPlayoffs 4 0-2-2 -1 0

    Career Playoffs 4 0-2-2 -1 0Season 75 14-30-44 21 48Career 75 14-30-44 21 48

    Career vs. Opp 4 2-0-2 3 6

    Playoff Highs: G A P PIM TOI Shots Hits +/-0

    4 times1

    2 times1

    2 times0

    4 times17:10

    4/18 vs MIN2

    4/18 vs MIN1

    4/20 vs MIN+1

    2 times

    Regular Season Career as a Blue: 75GP, 14-30-44, 48 PIM

    2015 Postseason: 4GP, 0-2-2, 0 PIM

    Quick Hits

    -Ranks 4th overall with a 60% faceoff win percentage this postseason

    -On Nov. 11 vs. BUF, he scored the first natural hat-trick by a Blue since Al MacInnis (Oct. 12, 1998 vs. NYR)

    -Named the NHL's First Star for the week ending Nov. 16

    -Led KHL's Sibir with 44 points in 2013-14 and 46 in 2012-13...Appeared in consecutive KHL All-Star games in 2013 and 2014

    -Earned an a bronze medal with Finland at the 2014 Olympics and a silver at the 2014 World Championships

    2014-15 Reg. Season Stats:

    Home: 39GP, 10-15-25

    Road: 36GP, 4-15-19

    #13: Olli Jokinen (C) 6' 2", 210 lbs. / Dec 5, 1978 (36 years and 4 months)

    Drafted: Los Angeles' 1st round pick, 3rd overall, in 1997Acquired: From Toronto in exchange for Joakim Lindstrom and a 2016 6th round pickon Mar. 2, 2015Last Goal: APR 5, 2015 @ CHICAGO (2)Last Assist: APR 11, 2015 vs MINNESOTA

    GP G-A-P +/- PIMPlayoffs 0 0-0-0 0 0

    Career Playoffs 6 2-3-5 -1 4Season 62 4-6-10 6 28Career 1231 321-429-750 -132 1071

    Career vs. Opp 36 9-10-19 0 31

    Playoff Highs: G A P PIM TOI Shots Hits +/-- - - - - - - -

    Regular Season Career as a Blue: 48GP, 1-2-3, 0 PIM

    2015 Postseason: 0GP, 0-0-0, 0 PIM

    Quick Hits

    -Plus or even rating in 25 straight games (+7)

    -Represented Finland 18 times in his career, including 3 Olympics (2002, 2006, 2010)

    -One of 8 active players with over 1,200 GP and 700 pts (Jagr, Thornton, Iginla, Elias, Marleau, Doan, Gonchar)

    2014-15 Reg. Season Stats:

    Home: 29GP, 0-5-5

    Road: 33GP, 4-1-5

  • #17: Jaden Schwartz (L) 5' 10", 190 lbs. / Jun 25, 1992 (22 years and 9 months)

    Drafted: Blues' 1st round pick, 14th overall, in 2010Last Goal: APR 16, 2015 vs MINNESOTA (3)Last Assist: APR 18, 2015 vs MINNESOTA (2)

    GP G-A-P +/- PIMPlayoffs 4 1-1-2 1 0

    Career Playoffs 16 2-4-6 -2 2Season 75 28-35-63 13 16Career 207 62-73-135 38 47

    Career vs. Opp 12 5-5-10 2 2

    Playoff Highs: G A P PIM TOI Shots Hits +/-1

    4/16 vs MIN1

    4/18 vs MIN1

    2 times0

    4 times18:24

    4/20 vs MIN3

    2 times1

    2 times+1

    2 times

    Regular Season Career as a Blue: 207GP, 62-73-135, 45 PIM

    2015 Postseason: 4GP, 1-1-2, 0 PIM

    Quick Hits

    -5 SOG and 1 block and 1 takeaway in the last two games of the series

    -One of four players overall with two hat tricks this season (Tarasenko, Perry, Seguin)

    -Tied a career high with an 8-game point streak (6-5-11) from Dec. 11 - Jan. 13, this reg. season

    -Wears number 17 in remembrance of his sister Mandi, who passed away due to Leukemia in 2011

    2014-15 Reg. Season Stats:

    Home: 39GP, 13-21-34

    Road: 36GP, 15-14-29

    #18: Ty Rattie (R) 6' 0", 178 lbs. / Feb 5, 1993 (22 years and 2 months)

    Drafted: Blues' second round pick, 32nd overall, in 2011Last Goal: -Last Assist: APR 5, 2015 @ CHICAGO (3)

    GP G-A-P +/- PIMPlayoffs - ----- - -

    Career Playoffs - ----- - -Season 11 0-2-2 0 2Career 13 0-2-2 -2 2

    Career vs. Opp 1 0-0-0 -1 0

    Playoff Highs: G A P PIM TOI Shots Hits +/-- - - - - - - -

    Regular Season Career as a Blue: 13GP, 0-2-2, 2 PIM

    2015 Postseason: 0GP, 0-0-0, 0 PIM

    Quick Hits

    -Notched his first NHL point (assist) on Apr. 5 at Chicago

    -Ranked 2nd on Chicago (AHL) with 21 goals and 42 points through 59 games this season

    -Ranked 4th in the AHL with 31 goals last season...first rookie in Chicago Wolves history to record 30 goals since Brett Sterling (2006-07)

    2014-15 Reg. Season Stats:

    Home: 7GP, 0-0-0

    Road: 6GP, 0-2-2

    #19: Jay Bouwmeester (D) 6' 4", 212 lbs. / Sep 27, 1983 (31 years and 6 months)

    Drafted: Florida's 1st round pick, 3rd overall, in 2002Acquired: From Calgary in exchange for Mark Cundari, the rights to Reto Berra and a2013 1st round pick (Emile Poirier) on April 1, 2013Last Goal: JAN 8, 2015 vs SAN JOSE (39)Last Assist: APR 27, 2014 @ CHICAGO (4)

    GP G-A-P +/- PIMPlayoffs 4 0-0-0 2 2

    Career Playoffs 16 0-2-2 1 4Season 72 2-11-13 7 24Career 918 78-279-357 -27 513

    Career vs. Opp 36 1-9-10 -6 14

    Playoff Highs: G A P PIM TOI Shots Hits +/-0

    4 times0

    4 times0

    4 times2

    4/16 vs MIN20:36

    4/22 vs MIN1

    4/22 vs MIN4

    4/16 vs MIN+4

    4/22 vs MIN

    Regular Season Career as a Blue: 168GP, 7-50-57, 50 PIM

    2015 Postseason: 4GP, 0-0-0, 2 PIM

    Quick Hits

    -Tied a Blues playoff record for a defenseman with a +4 rating in Game 4

    -Became 15th active d-man to appear in 900 reg. season games on Feb. 28 at EDM

    -Iron man streak ended at 737 games (749 including playoffs) on Nov. 23, when the Blues visited WPG. It stands as the 5th longest streak in NHL

    history behind Doug Jarvis (964), Garry Unger (914), Steve Larmer (884) and Craig Ramsay (776)

    -Earned Gold Medal with Canada at 2014 Olympics

    2014-15 Reg. Season Stats:

    Home: 37GP, 1-5-6

    Road: 35GP, 1-6-7

  • #20: Alexander Steen (L) 5' 11", 212 lbs. / Mar 1, 1984 (31 years and 1 month)

    Drafted: Toronto's 1st round pick, 24th overall, in 2002Acquired: From Toronto, along with Carlo Colaiacovo, in exchange for Lee Stempniakon Nov. 24, 2008Last Goal: APR 16, 2015 vs MINNESOTA (3)Last Assist: APR 18, 2015 vs MINNESOTA (2)

    GP G-A-P +/- PIMPlayoffs 4 1-2-3 -1 2

    Career Playoffs 29 6-7-13 -6 20Season 74 24-40-64 8 33Career 679 180-249-429 43 307

    Career vs. Opp 23 3-12-15 3 12

    Playoff Highs: G A P PIM TOI Shots Hits +/-1

    4/16 vs MIN2

    4/18 vs MIN2

    4/18 vs MIN2

    4/20 vs MIN20:20

    4/16 vs MIN4

    4/22 vs MIN0

    4 times+2

    4/18 vs MIN

    Regular Season Career as a Blue: 426GP, 130-173-303, 198 PIM

    2015 Postseason: 4GP, 1-2-3, 2 PIM

    Quick Hits

    -12 shot attempts (6 on goal, 2 blocked, 4 missed) in last 2 games

    -His SHG in Game 1 made him just the 5th Blue in club history to post two career playoff SHG (Scott Young, Doug Gilmour, Brett Hull, Peter Zezel)

    -Set career highs in assists (40) and pts (64) this reg. season

    -Earned the Silver Medal with Sweden at the 2014 Olympics

    2014-15 Reg. Season Stats:

    Home: 36GP, 12-18-30

    Road: 38GP, 12-22-34

    #21: Patrik Berglund (C) 6' 3", 217 lbs. / Jun 2, 1988 (26 years and 10 months)

    Drafted: Blues' 1st round pick, 25th overall, in 2006Last Goal: APR 22, 2015 @ MINNESOTALast Assist: APR 22, 2015 @ MINNESOTA

    GP G-A-P +/- PIMPlayoffs 4 2-2-4 5 0

    Career Playoffs 27 6-7-13 -3 10Season 77 12-15-27 -2 26Career 513 118-129-247 21 164

    Career vs. Opp 27 7-7-14 2 12

    Playoff Highs: G A P PIM TOI Shots Hits +/-1

    2 times1

    2 times2

    4/22 vs MIN0

    4 times15:05

    4/20 vs MIN2

    2 times5

    2 times+3

    4/22 vs MIN

    Regular Season Career as a Blue: 513GP, 118-129-247, 162 PIM

    2015 Postseason: 4GP, 2-2-4, 0 PIM

    Quick Hits

    -4th career multi-point playoff game (1-1-2) in Game 4, including a career-best +3 rating

    -Became the first European and 10th forward overall in Blues history to appear in 500 games with the club on Mar. 15 at DAL

    -Last season, posted a +10 in the reg. season, his best mark since a +19 rating during his rookie season in 2008-09

    -Earned Silver Medal with Sweden at 2014 Olympics

    2014-15 Season Stats:

    Home: 38GP, 6-7-13

    Road: 39GP, 6-7-13

  • #22: Kevin Shattenkirk (D) 5' 11", 207 lbs. / Jan 29, 1989 (26 years and 2 months)

    Drafted: Colorado's 1st round pick, 14th overall, in 2007Acquired: From Colorado, along with Chris Stewart and a 2011 2nd round pick (TyRattie), in exchange for Erik Johnson, Jay McClement and a 2011 1st round pick(Duncan Siemens) on Feb. 19, 2011Last Goal: APR 19, 2014 vs CHICAGO (8)Last Assist: APR 22, 2015 @ MINNESOTA

    GP G-A-P +/- PIMPlayoffs 4 0-7-7 4 0

    Career Playoffs 25 2-14-16 -1 14Season 56 8-36-44 19 52Career 338 41-157-198 38 206

    Career vs. Opp 19 3-10-13 7 31

    Playoff Highs: G A P PIM TOI Shots Hits +/-0

    4 times3

    4/22 vs MIN3

    4/22 vs MIN0

    4 times23:47

    4/20 vs MIN2

    2 times2

    4/20 vs MIN+3

    4/22 vs MIN

    Regular Season Career as a Blue: 292GP, 34-138-172, 186 PIM

    2015 Postseason: 4GP, 0-7-7, 0 PIM

    Quick Hits

    -Shares the League lead with 7 points (all assists) in the postseason (Corey Perry)

    -Ranked 5th among D-men overall with 25 PP points (4-21-25) this reg. season

    -Named to his first career All-Star Game this season

    -Scored a career-high 5 GWG during the reg. season last year, becoming the 4th d-man in club

    history with at least as many GWG in a single season (Brian Benning, Al MacInnis, Alex Pietrangelo)

    2014-15 Reg. Season Stats:

    Home: 30GP, 3-20-23

    Road: 26GP, 5-16-21

    #23: Dmitrij Jaskin (R) 6' 2", 196 lbs. / Mar 23, 1993 (22 years and 1 month)

    Drafted: Blues' 2nd round pick, 41st overall, in 2011Last Goal: APR 11, 2015 vs MINNESOTALast Assist: APR 22, 2015 @ MINNESOTA

    GP G-A-P +/- PIMPlayoffs 4 0-1-1 2 0

    Career Playoffs 4 0-1-1 2 0Season 54 13-5-18 7 16Career 74 14-6-20 3 24

    Career vs. Opp 5 1-0-1 -2 4

    Playoff Highs: G A P PIM TOI Shots Hits +/-0

    4 times1

    4/22 vs MIN1

    4/22 vs MIN0

    4 times16:23

    4/18 vs MIN1

    2 times6

    4/18 vs MIN+2

    4/22 vs MIN

    Regular Season Career as a Blue: 75GP, 14-6-20, 24 PIM

    2015 Postseason: 4GP, 0-1-1, 0 PIM

    Quick Hits

    -Posted first career playoff point in Game 4

    -4 of his 13 goals this reg. season were GWG

    -Posted 15 points (4-11-15) and a +7 in 17 games with Chicago (AHL) this season

    2014-15 Reg. Season Stats:

    Home: 27GP, 6-2-8

    Road: 27GP, 7-3-10

  • #25: Chris Butler (D) 6' 1", 196 lbs. / Oct 27, 1986 (28 years and 5 months)

    Drafted: Buffalo's 4th round pick, 96th overall, in 2005Acquired: Signed as a free agent on July 16, 2014Last Goal: MAR 7, 2015 @ TORONTO (3)Last Assist: APR 11, 2015 vs MINNESOTA

    GP G-A-P +/- PIMPlayoffs 0 0-0-0 0 0

    Career Playoffs 7 0-1-1 -3 10Season 33 3-6-9 8 23Career 382 13-71-84 -30 181

    Career vs. Opp 16 0-7-7 2 6

    Playoff Highs: G A P PIM TOI Shots Hits +/-- - - - - - - -

    Regular Season Career as a Blue: 33GP, 3-6-9, 18 PIM

    2015 Postseason: 0GP, 0-0-0, 0 PIM

    Quick Hits

    -On Mar. 7 at TOR, he scored the 2nd shorthanded goal of his career and the 1st by a Blues d-man since Erik Johnson on Dec. 31, 2010

    -Became just the second St. Louis-born player in franchise history (Cam Janssen) on Nov. 23 at WPG

    -Played three years at Denver University (2005-08)

    2014-15 Reg. Season Stats:

    Home: 15GP, 1-4-5

    Road: 18GP, 2-2-4

    #26: Paul Stastny (C) 6' 0", 205 lbs. / Dec 27, 1985 (29 years and 3 months)

    Drafted: Colorado's 2nd round pick, 44th overall, in 2005Acquired: Signed as a free agent on July 1, 2014Last Goal: APR 22, 2015 @ MINNESOTALast Assist: APR 26, 2014 vs MINNESOTA (6)

    GP G-A-P +/- PIMPlayoffs 4 1-0-1 1 2

    Career Playoffs 26 9-10-19 -3 16Season 74 16-30-46 5 40Career 612 176-328-504 11 304

    Career vs. Opp 50 11-20-31 -14 20

    Playoff Highs: G A P PIM TOI Shots Hits +/-1

    4/22 vs MIN0

    4 times1

    4/22 vs MIN2

    4/16 vs MIN19:46

    4/16 vs MIN4

    4/22 vs MIN2

    4/16 vs MIN+2

    4/22 vs MIN

    Regular Season Career as a Blue: 74GP, 16-30-46, 34 PIM

    2015 Postseason: 4GP, 1-0-1, 2 PIM

    Quick Hits

    -Goal and 4 SOG in Game 4

    -Ranked 4th overall in face-off win% (57.9) during the reg. season

    -7 GWG this reg. season were a new career high

    -The St. Louis native is the third Stastny to play for the Blues, joining his dad, hall of famer Peter Stastny, and brother Yan Stastny. Peter and Paul are

    the fifth father-son combo to play for the Blues

    2014-15 Reg. Season Stats:

    Home: 37GP, 7-16-23

    Road: 37GP, 9-14-23

    #27: Alex Pietrangelo (D) 6' 3", 201 lbs. / Jan 18, 1990 (25 years and 3 months)

    Drafted: Blues' 1st round pick, 4th overall, in 2008Last Goal: APR 25, 2014 vs CHICAGO (5)Last Assist: APR 22, 2015 @ MINNESOTA

    GP G-A-P +/- PIMPlayoffs 4 0-1-1 3 0

    Career Playoffs 24 2-9-11 5 2Season 81 7-39-46 -2 28Career 386 44-174-218 43 133

    Career vs. Opp 19 2-8-10 5 6

    Playoff Highs: G A P PIM TOI Shots Hits +/-0

    4 times1

    4/22 vs MIN1

    4/22 vs MIN0

    4 times27:01

    4/20 vs MIN6

    4/16 vs MIN2

    4/18 vs MIN+2

    2 times

    Regular Season Career as a Blue: 386GP, 44-174-218, 133 PIM

    2015 Postseason: 4GP, 0-1-1, 0 PIM

    Quick Hits

    -Grabbed his first point of the series (assist), while tying a postseason career high with a +2 rating in Game 4

    -Ranked 12th among d-men with 195 shots this reg. season while he slotted 9th overall in ice time per game (25:24)

    -He is the first defenseman in Blues history to record 40 or more points in each of his first four full NHL seasons

    -Earned Gold Medal with Canada at 2014 Olympics

    2014-15 Reg. Season Stats:

    Home: 40GP, 4-19-23

    Road: 41GP, 3-19-22

  • #32: Chris Porter (L) 6' 1", 206 lbs. / May 29, 1984 (30 years and 10 months)

    Drafted: Chicago's 9th round pick, 282nd overall, in 2003Acquired: Signed as a free agent on Aug. 21, 2007Last Goal: APR 19, 2014 vs CHICAGO (5)Last Assist: APR 22, 2015 @ MINNESOTA

    GP G-A-P +/- PIMPlayoffs 1 0-1-1 1 0

    Career Playoffs 13 2-3-5 3 0Season 24 1-1-2 -3 6Career 173 11-16-27 -7 33

    Career vs. Opp 11 0-1-1 0 2

    Playoff Highs: G A P PIM TOI Shots Hits +/-0

    4/22 vs MIN1

    4/22 vs MIN1

    4/22 vs MIN0

    4/22 vs MIN11:12

    4/22 vs MIN0

    4/22 vs MIN5

    4/22 vs MIN+1

    4/22 vs MIN

    Regular Season Career as a Blue: 173GP, 11-16-27, 33 PIM

    2015 Postseason: 1GP, 0-1-1, 0 PIM

    Quick Hits

    -Inserted into the lineup in Game 4 - posted an assist and 5 hits

    -Ranked 9th on the club with 63 hits this reg. season

    -Missed 22 games from Dec. 30 - Feb. 20 with a lower-body injury

    2014-15 Reg. Season Stats:

    Home: 14GP, 1-1-2

    Road: 10GP, 0-0-0

    #41: Robert Bortuzzo (D) 6' 4", 215 lbs. / Mar 18, 1989 (26 years and 1 month)

    Drafted: Pittsburgh's 3rd round pick, 78th overall, in 2007Acquired: From Pittsburgh along with a 2016 7th round pick in exchange for Ian ColeLast Goal: MAR 24, 2015 @ PITTSBURGH (4)Last Assist: MAR 10, 2015 vs WINNIPEG (10)

    GP G-A-P +/- PIMPlayoffs - ----- - -

    Career Playoffs 8 0-1-1 1 4Season 51 3-5-8 -9 93Career 126 5-17-22 -8 196

    Career vs. Opp 7 0-0-0 -6 6

    Playoff Highs: G A P PIM TOI Shots Hits +/-- - - - - - - -

    Regular Season Career as a Blue: 13GP, 1-0-1, 23 PIM

    2015 Postseason: 0GP, 0-0-0, 0 PIM

    Quick Hits

    -Posted his first goal as a Blue against his former club, Pittsburgh, on Mar. 24

    -Ranked 5th among d-men with 93 PIM

    -Posted 6 pts (2-4-6) in 38 games with PIT this season

    2014-15 Reg. Season Stats:

    Home: 24GP, 0-2-2

    Road: 27GP, 3-2-5

    #42: David Backes (C) 6' 3", 221 lbs. / May 1, 1984 (30 years and 11 months)

    Back-esDrafted: Blues' 2nd round pick, 62nd overall, in 2003Last Goal: APR 22, 2015 @ MINNESOTALast Assist: APR 22, 2015 @ MINNESOTA

    GP G-A-P +/- PIMPlayoffs 4 1-1-2 2 2

    Career Playoffs 27 5-8-13 -5 32Season 80 26-32-58 7 104Career 648 185-230-415 61 886

    Career vs. Opp 33 10-10-20 8 79

    Playoff Highs: G A P PIM TOI Shots Hits +/-1

    4/22 vs MIN1

    4/22 vs MIN2

    4/22 vs MIN2

    4/16 vs MIN20:15

    4/22 vs MIN3

    4/20 vs MIN7

    4/18 vs MIN+2

    4/22 vs MIN

    Regular Season Career as a Blue: 648GP, 180-231-415, 886 PIM

    2015 Postseason: 4GP, 1-1-2, 2 PIM

    Quick Hits

    -Matched a playoff career high with 2 points (1-1-2) and a +2 rating in Game 4

    -Recorded pts in a career-best 9 consecutive games (8-8-16) from Jan. 6-30

    -Posted his 2nd career 4-goal game and 3rd career hat trick Jan. 6 in ARI...Joins Brett Hull as the only Blues with two 4-goal games in club history

    -Named the NHL's First Star for the week ending Jan. 11

    2014-15 Reg. Season Stats:

    Home: 39GP, 11-18-29

    Road: 41GP, 15-14-29

  • #57: Marcel Goc (C) 6' 1", 197 lbs. / Aug 24, 1983 (31 years and 8 months)

    Drafted: San Jose's 1st round pick, 20th overall, in 2001Acquired: From Pittsburgh in exchange for Maxim Lapierre on Jan. 27, 2015Last Goal: APR 26, 2012 vs NEW JERSEY (12)Last Assist: MAY 2, 2014 vs NY RANGERS (9)

    GP G-A-P +/- PIMPlayoffs 3 0-0-0 0 0

    Career Playoffs 62 5-10-15 0 14Season 74 3-6-9 -3 8Career 636 75-113-188 -21 157

    Career vs. Opp 26 6-3-9 -3 14

    Playoff Highs: G A P PIM TOI Shots Hits +/-0

    3 times0

    3 times0

    3 times0

    3 times9:46

    4/16 vs MIN2

    2 times0

    3 times+0

    3 times

    Regular Season Career as a Blue: 31GP, 1-2-3, 4 PIM

    2015 Postseason: 3GP, 0-0-0, 0 PIM

    Quick Hits

    -Won 12 of 18 F/O in last two games of this series

    -Shared 15th among forwards averaging 2:17 of shorthanded time per game this reg. season

    -Posted 6 pts (2-4-6) in 43 games with PIT this season

    -Becomes the 2nd German-born player in Blues history (Jochen Hecht, 1998-2001)

    2014-15 Reg. Season Stats:

    Home: 41GP, 2-3-5

    Road: 33GP, 1-3-4

    #74: T.J. Oshie (R) 5' 11", 189 lbs. / Dec 23, 1986 (28 years and 4 months)

    Drafted: Blues' 1st round pick, 24th overall, in 2005Last Goal: APR 27, 2014 @ CHICAGO (4)Last Assist: APR 22, 2015 @ MINNESOTA

    GP G-A-P +/- PIMPlayoffs 4 0-1-1 0 0

    Career Playoffs 28 4-4-8 -9 12Season 72 19-36-55 17 51Career 443 110-200-310 71 239

    Career vs. Opp 21 7-9-16 1 10

    Playoff Highs: G A P PIM TOI Shots Hits +/-0

    4 times1

    4/22 vs MIN1

    4/22 vs MIN0

    4 times19:36

    4/20 vs MIN5

    4/18 vs MIN2

    2 times+1

    4/22 vs MIN

    Regular Season Career as a Blue: 443GP, 110-200-310, 239 PIM

    2015 Postseason: 4GP, 0-1-1, 0 PIM

    Quick Hits

    -Broke an 18-game playoff assist drought with his first helper of this series in Game 4

    -Posted 4 career 3-assist games - 3 of which have come in the 2015 calendar year

    -Named the NHL's First Star for the week ending Jan. 4

    -Recorded his second career hat trick and matched a career high with 4 pts (3-1-4) at SJS on Jan. 3

    2014-15 Reg. Season Stats:

    Home: 33GP, 9-16-25

    Road: 39GP, 10-20-30

    #75: Ryan Reaves (R) 6' 1", 224 lbs. / Jan 20, 1987 (28 years and 3 months)

    Drafted: Blues' 5th round pick, 156th overall, in 2005Last Goal: APR 22, 2015 @ MINNESOTALast Assist: MAR 24, 2015 @ PITTSBURGH (8)

    GP G-A-P +/- PIMPlayoffs 4 1-0-1 1 0

    Career Playoffs 18 1-0-1 -1 8Season 81 6-6-12 -3 116Career 275 17-17-34 -2 523

    Career vs. Opp 16 1-0-1 -2 11

    Playoff Highs: G A P PIM TOI Shots Hits +/-1

    4/22 vs MIN0

    4 times1

    4/22 vs MIN0

    4 times12:31

    4/22 vs MIN1

    4/22 vs MIN5

    4/18 vs MIN+1

    4/22 vs MIN

    Regular Season Career as a Blue: 275GP, 17-17-34, 523 PIM

    2015 Postseason: 4GP, 1-0-1, 0 PIM

    Quick Hits

    -Scored his first career postseason goal in Game 4

    -Logged a career high 6 goals and 12 pts this reg. season

    -Led the team (5th overall) with a career-high 276 hits this reg. season - 2nd consecutive year with at least 200 hits

    -1 of 10 players with at least 15 goals and 40 major penalties since he entered the League, in 2010-11

    2014-15 Reg. Season Stats:

    Home: 40GP, 3-4-7

    Road: 41GP, 3-2-5

  • #91: Vladimir Tarasenko (R) 6' 0", 219 lbs. / Dec 13, 1991 (23 years and 4 months)

    Drafted: Blues' 1st round pick, 16th overall, in 2010Last Goal: APR 22, 2015 @ MINNESOTALast Assist: APR 16, 2015 vs MINNESOTA (3)

    GP G-A-P +/- PIMPlayoffs 4 5-1-6 0 0

    Career Playoffs 11 9-1-10 1 0Season 77 37-36-73 27 31Career 179 66-69-135 48 57

    Career vs. Opp 10 3-6-9 6 2

    Playoff Highs: G A P PIM TOI Shots Hits +/-3

    4/18 vs MIN1

    4/16 vs MIN3

    4/18 vs MIN0

    4 times18:48

    4/16 vs MIN5

    4/18 vs MIN2

    2 times+2

    4/22 vs MIN

    Regular Season Career as a Blue: 179GP, 66-69-135, 49 PIM

    2015 Postseason: 4GP, 5-1-6, 0 PIM

    Quick Hits

    -Leads the League with 5 goals this postseason

    -First career playoff hat trick in Game 2 - first Blue with playoff hat trick since Mike Sillinger (2004 vs. SJS)

    -Scored his 30th goal on Feb. 20 vs. BOS, becoming youngest Blue to reach that plateau since Brendan Shanahan (91'-92')

    -Named 2nd Star for the month of Nov., named First Star of the Week from Oct. 27 Nov. 2 and the 3rd Star from Nov. 3 - Nov. 9

    -Logged his first career hat trick and 4-pt game, including the OT GWG on Oct. 28 at DAL...Only second player in Blues history to score a hat trick

    including the GW OT goal (Brett Hull, Oct. 9, 1997)

    2014-15 Reg. Season Stats:

    Home: 38GP, 20-20-40

    Road: 38GP, 17-16-33

  • Wild 2015 Playoff Media Guide PDF: wild.com/PlayoffGuideAudio Files of Player Pronunciations: wild.com/pronunciationsWild Media Resources: wild.com/pressbox and @mnwildPR Round 1 Series Tied, 2-2 (All times CT)Game 1 MIN 4, STL 2 Game 2 STL 4, MIN 1Game 3 MIN 3, STL 0Game 4 STL 6, MIN 1Game 5 Fri., 4/24, at St. Louis, 8:30 p.m.Game 6 Sun. 4/26, at Minnesota, TBDGame 7* Wed., 4/29, at St. Louis, TBD*(if necessary) WILD PLAYOFF INJURIESD Keith Ballard (IR) 4 games (upper body)TOTAL PLAYOFF MAN GAMES LOST: 5TOTAL REGULAR-SEASON MAN GAMES LOST: 282 ROUND 1 STORYLINES Minnesota is in a 2-2 tied series for the fourth time in its nine all-time playoff series. Both of the Wilds two series last postseason weretied, 2-2, headed into a fifth game on the road. The Wild is looking for its first 3-2 series lead in playoff history. The Wild heads back to the road, where it is 1-1 this series. This season, Minnesota set franchise records in single-season road wins(24) and points (50). The Wild also set a franchise record and tied the NHL record with 12 consecutive road wins (2/18-4/9) in its final13 road games. Minnesota led the NHL with a .850 win percentage (16-2-2) in road games since Devan Dubnyks first game on Jan.15, as he posted a 15-2-1 record, .949 SV% and 1.53 GAA in 19 road games with the Wild allowing two goals or less in 16-of-19. Minnesota has posted a 2-6 record in Game 5 all-time, winning both Game 5s before series victories in 2003s Round 1 and 2. The team scoring the games first goal has won every game this series. This season, the Wild went 35-6-4 when scoring first, includingwins in 22 of its last 25 games where it netted the opening goal. Entering play Thursday, the Wild ranks second amongst playoff teams with 22.8 shots against/game (TB, 19.7). Minnesota has stopped 6-of-7 (85.7%) St. Louis power-play opportunities this series. The Wild did not take a single penalty in Game 3,matching its playoff low and recording the postseason feat for the first time on home ice. Minnesota led the NHL with an 86.3% penaltykill rate this season, including an NHL-best 87.8% PK rate on home ice. The Wild successfully killed 32 consecutive opponent powerplays, 1/272/22, posting a 90.8% RK rate (89-of-98) in 36 games following the NHL All-Star Break. Minnesota hasnt lost consecutive games in regulation since Jan. 11 and 13 (pre-Dubnyk). Since the All-Star Break, the Wild only lostconsecutive games once, which included a shootout loss. In that 36-game span to finish the season, the Wild only lost two games bymore than one goal. Zach Parise is tied for the Wild lead in assists (3) and points (4) this series. The alternate captain has 19 points (6-13=19) in 22 playoffgames with the Wild, already the Wilds all-time leader in playoff assists and ranking second in playoff points all-time just three shy ofMarian Gaboriks 22 points (12-10=22) in 29 playoff games. Parise leads all Wild players with 62 points (27-35=62) in 83 career playoffgames. Despite missing eight games this season, Parise led the Wild in goals (33), points (62), PPG (11) and shots (259) only TylerSeguin had more goals in fewer games amongst all NHL players. Parises plus-21 rating set a franchise record for highest seasonrating amongst all Wild forwards in Wild history. The 30-year-old finished the season with 32 points (19-13=32) in his final 39 games,ranking T-5th amongst NHL players in goals in that span. That stretch began Jan. 15, not only the marker in the Wilds seasonturnaround, but also the day before his fathers funeral. Zachs dad, former Minnesota North Star J.P. Parise, passed away from lungcancer on Jan. 7. Zach tallied at least one point in nine of his 13 playoff games last postseason, totaling 14 points (4-10=14).

    Minnesota Wild: Media Notes

  • Jason Pominville leads the Wild with two goals this series and is T-1st on the team with four points. He owns 13 points (4-9=13) in hislast 15 playoff games. The 32-year-old is making his seventh playoff appearance and ranks second on the Wild with 41 points (16-25=41) in 64 career playoff contests. He set a career high in assists last postseason, tallying seven in 13 games. He ranked second onthe Wild this season with 54 points (18-36=54), tied for the team lead in assists. Mikael Granlund registered an assist Wednesday and is tied for the Wild lead in assists (3) and points (4) this series, recording ateam-best plus-2 rating. The 23-year-old scored the game-winning goal in Game 1 and is now T-1st in franchise history with two careerplayoff winners (Niederreiter and Walz). Granlund has 11 points (5-6=11) in 17 career playoff games. This season, Granlund set careerhighs in games played (68), hits (47) and plus/minus (plus-17) T-2nd for best plus/minus rating by a Wild forward in franchise history. Devan Dubnyk became the third goalie in Wild history to ever record a shutout in a playoff game after stopping all 17 shots in Game 3,also becoming the first goalie to earn a shutout in the NHL this postseason. In Game 1, he became the first goalie in Wild history toearn a win in his NHL Playoff debut. The 28-year-old allowed two goals or less in 29-of-39 games for the Wild this season and went 18-0-1 when Minnesota scored at least three goals. He set a franchise record with 38 consecutive starts for the Wild (1/154/7). His 39straight starts (including one with Arizona, 1/13) were the most by an NHL goalie since Evgeni Nabokov made 43 straight for San Josein 2007-08 (Elias Sports Bureau). Dubnyk set Wild single-season franchise records with a .936 SV% and a .737% win percentage. Healso set franchise records with 15 road wins, a 1.53 road GAA and a .949 road SV%. Beginning with his first game in a Wild sweater(1/15), Dubnyk led the NHL in wins (27), ranked second in GAA (1.78), T-2nd in shutouts (5) and fourth in SV% (.936). Overall thisseason, he set career highs in games played (58), games started (55), wins (36), shutouts (6), minutes (3328), GAA (2.07), SV% (.929)and assists (2). Ryan Suter has never missed a game when his team has been part of the NHL Playoffs, appearing in all 61 contests in eightpostseasons. The alternate captain has led every Wild player in TOI in 21-of-22 (95.5%) playoff games during the last threepostseasons, and opponents in 19-of-22 (86.4%). Hes led all NHL players in TOI/game each of the last three seasons since joiningMinnesota, ranking T-1st on the Wild with 36 assists this season. Ryans father, U.S. Olympian Bob Suter, passed away unexpectedlyfrom a heart attack nine days before the start of this seasons Wild Training Camp, Sept. 9. Nino Niederreiter has two points (1-1=2) in a two-game point streak and eight points (4-4=8) in 17 career playoff games, including theGame 7 OT winner in the Wilds Round 1 victory vs. Colorado last postseason. Hes T-1st in Wild history with two playoff GWG. The 22-year-old set career highs in goals (24), points (37) and blocked shots (32), leading the Wild a career-high five GWG and 155 hits duringthe regular season. He became the first Switzerland-born player to score at least 20 goals in an NHL season (Elias Sports Bureau). TheWild went 16-3-0 when he scored a goal this season and is 27-6-0 when he scores a regular-season goal in his career with Minnesota. Jason Zucker started the series scoring with his second career playoff goal in Game 1. The 23-year-old finished the regular seasonwith three goals in three games, including the game winner in Chicago that clinched Minnesotas playoff berth a game that marked hisreturn after surgery on a broken clavicle caused him to miss 27 games. The Las Vegas native missed last years postseason with alower-body injury but returned this season to post career highs in games played (51), goals (21), assists (5), points (26), GWG (3), SHG(1), shots (124), hits (67) and blocked shots (13). Despite missing 31 games, he ranked T-3rd on the Wild in goals as Minnesota went12-3-2 when he scored at least one goal. Christian Folin is the only Wild player who has never appeared in an NHL playoff game. Devan Dubnyk and Matt Dumba made theirdebuts in Game 1, while Jordan Schroeder made his debut in Game 2. The Wild lost 282 man games to illness and injury during the regular season. Only Charlie Coyle and Jason Pominville skated in all82 games for the Wild. The Wild used 58 different skater lineups in its 82 games, and its season-opening Top 4 Defensemen (Brodin,Scandella, Spurgeon and Suter) were all in the lineup together in just 40 games (Elias Sports Bureau). The Wilds roster features 12 players 25 or younger, including five of the teams defensemen: Brodin, Coyle, Dumba, Folin, Granlund,Haula, Kuemper, Niederreiter, Scandella, Schroeder, Spurgeon and Zucker. The Wilds roster features six Minnesotans (Ballard, Carter, Leopold, Parise, Prosser and Schroeder) and five Finland natives(Backstrom, Bergenheim, Granlund, Haula and Koivu).

  • WILD PRONUNCIATION GUIDE Listen at wild.com/pronunciations#5 - Christian Folin (FOE-lin) #6 - Marco Scandella (skan-DEHL-a) #9 - Mikko Koivu (MEE-koh KOY-voo) #10 - Jordan Schroeder (SHRAY-duhr) #11 - Zach Parise (pah-REE-see) #16 - Jason Zucker (ZOOK-ER) #20 - Ryan Suter (SOO-tuhr) #21 - Kyle Brodziak (BRAWD-zee-ak) #22 - Nino Niederreiter (NEE-noh NEE-duhr-RIGH-tuhr) #23 - Sean Bergenheim (BUHR-gehn-highm) #25 - Jonas Brodin (JOE-nuhs broh-DEEN) #26 - Thomas Vanek (VAN-ehk) #35 - Darcy Kuemper (KEHM-puhr) #39 - Nate Prosser (PRAW-suhr) #40 - Devan Dubnyk (DOOB-nihk) #46 - Jared Spurgeon (SPUHR-juhn) #55 - Matt Dumba (DUHM-ba) #56 - Erik Haula (HOW-la) #64 - Mikael Granlund (mih-KIGH-ehl GRAN-lund)

    http://wild.com/pronunciations

  • Minnesota Wild: Game By Game Summary* = Overtime, ** = Shootout, + = Sellout

    # Date Team W-L-OT Record GF-GA Scorers W Goal PP PK SF-SA W-L Gltdr. Attend.1 04/16/2015 @ St. Louis Blues W 01-00-00 4-2 16,55p,64,29p 64 2-4 2-2 29-21 40 / 34 19671+2 04/18/2015 @ St. Louis Blues L 01-01-00 1-4 6 91 0-1 2-3 25-27 34 / 40 19243+3 04/20/2015 St. Louis Blues W 02-01-00 3-0 29,11,22 29 0-3 0-0 24-17 40 / 34 19165+4 04/22/2015 St. Louis Blues L 02-02-00 1-6 46p 91 1-1 2-2 18-26 34 / 40 19390+5 04/24/2015 @ St. Louis Blues6 04/26/2015 St. Louis Blues7 04/29/2015 @ St. Louis Blues

  • Minnesota Wild: Player Game By Game SummarySkaters: Goals-Assists (Game Winning or Game Tying), Shots / (+/-), TOI Goalies: Goals Allowed/Shots, Decision, Minutes Played

    Date Opp. COYLE# 3

    SCANDELLA# 6

    KOIVU# 9

    SCHROEDER# 10

    PARISE# 11

    FONTAINE# 14

    ZUCKER# 16

    Apr 16 @ STL 0-0,3/-1 14:08 0-0,1/1 20:59 0-1,1/0 17:14 0-2,1/1 18:32 0-1,1/0 11:33 1-0,4/0 13:15Apr 18 @ STL 0-1,0/-1 11:45 1-0,2/0 17:56 0-0,2/-1 18:26 0-0,2/-1 08:50 0-0,4/-1 17:32 INJ 0-0,2/0 18:14Apr 20 Vs STL 0-0,1/0 14:27 0-0,2/1 19:15 0-0,1/0 18:13 DNP 1-1,2/2 18:29 0-0,1/0 12:06 0-0,2/0 15:16Apr 22 Vs STL 0-0,1/-1 14:43 0-0,3/-2 21:53 0-0,0/-1 17:45 DNP 0-0,1/-2 17:31 0-0,1/-1 12:38 0-0,0/-1 15:51

    Date Opp. SUTER# 20

    BRODZIAK# 21

    NIEDERREITER# 22

    BERGENHEIM# 23

    COOKE# 24

    BRODIN# 25

    VANEK# 26

    Apr 16 @ STL 0-0,1/-1 27:46 0-0,1/0 12:15 0-0,3/-1 15:27 0-0,0/0 10:18 0-0,0/0 24:23 0-0,3/-1 16:08Apr 18 @ STL 0-0,1/-2 29:36 0-0,1/0 13:21 0-0,1/-1 14:07 DNP 0-0,0/0 10:27 0-0,0/-1 22:39 0-1,0/-1 13:54Apr 20 Vs STL 0-0,0/2 25:04 0-0,2/0 11:48 1-0,2/1 14:16 0-0,1/0 09:59 DNP 0-0,0/2 23:17 0-0,0/0 15:06Apr 22 Vs STL 0-0,2/-2 21:53 0-0,1/-2 12:19 0-1,2/0 16:26 0-0,0/-2 10:11 DNP 0-0,0/-1 19:42 0-0,1/-1 14:47

    Date Opp. POMINVILLE# 29

    LEOPOLD# 33

    STEWART# 44

    SPURGEON# 46

    DUMBA# 55

    GRANLUND# 64

    BACKSTROM# 32

    Apr 16 @ STL 1-1,5/1 17:29 0-0,0/0 09:57 0-1,0/0 16:03 0-1,1/0 22:27 1-0,2/0 11:32 1-0(W),2/1 16:34 DNDApr 18 @ STL 0-0,3/-1 17:33 0-0,0/0 11:32 0-0,3/0 16:29 0-0,3/-1 18:39 0-0,0/0 18:39 0-0,1/0 16:49 DNPApr 20 Vs STL 1-1(W),5/3 17:31 0-0,1/0 14:04 0-0,0/0 17:33 0-0,0/1 20:38 0-0,4/0 15:34 0-2,0/3 17:26 DNPApr 22 Vs STL 0-0,3/-3 15:23 0-0,1/-3 16:16 0-0,1/-2 14:05 1-0,1/-2 22:19 0-0,0/-2 16:24 0-1,0/-2 15:54 DNP

    Date Opp. KUEMPER# 35

    DUBNYK# 40

    Apr 16 @ STL 2/21 W 60:00Apr 18 @ STL DND 3/26 L 59:14Apr 20 Vs STL DND 0/17 W 59:58Apr 22 Vs STL 0/9 23:10 6/17 L 36:50

  • Mike Yeo was named the Minnesota Wilds third Head Coach on June 17, 2011. He has led the Wild to the Stanley Cup Playoffs three straightseasons after a five-year absence. Minnesota's point total this season was the second best in team history. The Wild are 150-110-34 (.568) inhis four seasons as Head Coach and 9-13 in the playoffs. Yeo, the youngest Head Coach in the NHL, helped lead the Wilds AHL affiliate, theHouston Aeros, to a 46-28-1-5 record and the Calder Cup Final in his first season as a Head Coach in 2010-11. The Aeros led the WesternConference and ranked third in the AHL with 46 wins after not qualifying for the playoffs in 2010. Yeo served as an Assistant Coach with thePittsburgh Penguins (2005-10). During his tenure in Pittsburgh, the Penguins claimed the 2007-08 Atlantic Division title, advanced to theStanley Cup Finals twice and won the 2009 Stanley Cup. He joined the Penguins coaching staff when Michel Therrien was named Head Coachon Dec. 15, 2005.

    Minnesota Wild: Head Coach and Player BiosHead Coach: Mike Yeo

    #32: Niklas Backstrom (G) 6' 2", 194 lbs. / Feb 13, 1978 (37 years and 2 months)

    Drafted: undraftedAcquired: signed by Minnesota as a free agent (6/1/06)3rd NHL / 3rd MIN SeasonLast Win: DEC 13, 2014 @ ARIZONA (8)Last SO: APR 7, 2013 @ COLUMBUS (50)

    GP W-L-OT SO GAA SV%Playoffs 0 0-0 0 - -

    Career Playoffs 11 3-8 0 2.55 .911Season 19 5-7-3 0 3.04 .887Career 409 194-142-50 28 2.48 .915

    Career vs. Opp 17 6-9-2 1 2.75 .897

    Playoff Highs: Shots Saves- -

    PLAYOFF HIGHLIGHTS*Fourth trip to Stanley Cup Playoffs*Missed 2014 playoffs due to injury. Did not appear in 2013 playoffs after getting injured during warm-ups of Game 1 at Chicago *Started all five games for Wild against Anaheim in 2007 and all six games against Colorado in 2008

    2014-15 HIGHLIGHTS*Made season-high 34 saves in 5-3 loss at CHI (12/16) *Appeared in 400th career game vs. NYI (12/9)*Earned win stopping 25 of 26 shots faced in relief vs. BUF (11/13)*Made 25 saves at BOS (10/28) for first win since 1/9/14*Stopped 14-of-16 shots at LA (10/19)...first start since 1/11/14 vs. COL

    #35: Darcy Kuemper (G) 6' 5", 205 lbs. / May 5, 1990 (24 years and 11 months)

    KEHM-puhrDrafted: by Minnesota in sixth round (161st overall) of 2009 NHL Entry Draft3rd NHL / 3rd MIN SeasonLast Win: APR 28, 2014 vs COLORADO (2)Last SO: APR 21, 2014 vs COLORADO (5)

    GP W-L-OT SO GAA SV%Playoffs 1 0-0 0 0.00 1.000

    Career Playoffs 9 3-1 1 2.13 .911Season 31 14-12-2 3 2.60 .905Career 63 27-22-6 5 2.48 .910

    Career vs. Opp 2 0-1-0 0 4.58 .818

    Playoff Highs: Shots Saves99

    94/22 vs STL

    PLAYOFF HIGHLIGHTS*Third trip to Stanley Cup Playoffs*Stopped all 22 shots faced in first career playoff start, a 1-0 overtime win in Game 3 vs. COL (4/21/14). First shutout in Wild playoff history*Made NHL playoff debut against Chicago in 2013. Appeared in Game 4 and Game 5 in relief of Josh Harding

    2014-15 HIGHLIGHTS*Set career highs in games played, wins and shutouts*Made 32 saves in 4-2 win at NSH (4/9) - first start since 1/6 and first NHL action since relief stint at DET (1/20)*Stopped all 26 shots faced vs. ARI (10/23). Second goalie since 1943-44 to record three shutouts in first four appearances of season (Leclaire-CBJ, 2007-08 (Elias)*Recorded shutout streak of 163:46 to start season - franchise record from start of season*Made 30 saves to earn second straight shutout at COL (10/11). Youngest goalie in NHL history to post shutouts in teams first two games(Elias)*Stopped all 16 shots faced vs. COL (10/9) - youngest goalie to start a home opener for Minnesota

  • #40: Devan Dubnyk (G) 6' 6", 210 lbs. / May 4, 1986 (28 years and 11 months)

    DOOB-nihkDrafted: by Edmonton in the first round (14th overall) in the 2004 NHL EntryDraftAcquired: from Arizona (1/14/15) in exchange for third-round pick in the 2015NHL Entry Draft6th NHL / 1st MIN SeasonLast Win: APR 20, 2015 vs ST. LOUIS (1)Last SO: APR 20, 2015 vs ST. LOUIS (1)

    GP W-L-OT SO GAA SV%Playoffs 4 2-2 1 3.06 .864

    Career Playoffs 4 2-2 1 3.06 .864Season 58 36-14-4 6 2.07 .929Career 231 97-91-26 14 2.69 .914

    Career vs. Opp 10 2-8-0 0 4.10 .866

    Playoff Highs: Shots Saves2626

    234/18 vs STL

    PLAYOFF HIGHLIGHTS*First trip to Stanley Cup Playoffs*Made 17 saves for first career playoff shutout in Game 3 vs. STL (4/20)*Made 19 saves in Game 1 at STL (4/16) to become first goalie in Wild history to win playoff debut

    2014-15 HIGHLIGHTS*Set career highs in GAA, SV%, games played, consecutive starts (39), wins, shutouts, assists, minutes*Ranked 2nd in NHL in GAA, SV%, T-4th in SO, T-6th in wins, 15th in TOI...Led NHL in wins, T-2nd in SO since 1/15*27-9-2 with 1.78 GAA, .936 SV%, 5 SO and 2 assists in 39 starts with Minnesota *15-2-1 with 1.53 GAA, .949 SV%, 3 SO in 19 road starts with Wild*March NHL 3rd Star: 11-3-0, 1.78 GAA, .942 SV%*February NHL 1st Star: 11-2-1, 1.64 GAA, .939 SV%, 3 SO*Fastest goaltender to post 4 SO (9 games) and 5 SO (16 games) since 1967-68 per Elias*Had shutout streak of 136:49 (2/1-2/9) - 2nd highest of career*Stopped all 18 shots faced in first Wild start at BUF (1/15)...first goaltender in franchise history to record shutout and win in team debut

    #2: Keith Ballard (D) (*Injured) 5' 11", 204 lbs. / Nov 26, 1982 (32 years and 4 months)

    Drafted: by Buffalo in first round (11th overall) of 2002 NHL Entry DraftAcquired: signed as a free agent by Minnesota (7/5/13)10th NHL / 2nd MIN SeasonLast Goal: FEB 1, 2014 @ CALGARY (23)Last Assist: OCT 17, 2014 @ ANAHEIM (13)

    GP G-A-P +/- PIMPlayoffs - ----- - -

    Career Playoffs 17 0-1-1 -7 8Season 14 0-1-1 -3 26Career 604 38-137-175 -13 612

    Career vs. Opp 24 1-4-5 3 47

    Playoff Highs: G A P PIM TOI Shots Hits +/-- - - - - - - -

    PLAYOFF HIGHLIGHTS

    Fourth trip to Stanley Cup Playoffs

    Appeared in 10 playoff games with Vancouver in 2011 including Game 4 of Stanley Cup Final at BOS (4/8/11)

    2014-15 HIGHLIGHTS

    *Skated in 600th career NHL game vs. LA (11/26) - 10th Minnesota-born defenseman to reach 600 games

    *Recorded season-highs with four blocked shots at PHI (11/20) and three hits vs. ANA (12/5)

    *Skated season-high 21:18 at DAL (11/15)

    *Tallied assist in season debut at ANA (10/17)

    *Missed eight games with illness (10/23-11/6)...Suffered multiple facial fractures and a concussion vs. NYI (12/9) and missed final 56 games of season

  • #3: Charlie Coyle (C) 6' 3", 221 lbs. / Mar 2, 1992 (23 years and 1 month)

    Drafted: by San Jose in first round (28th overall) of 2010 NHL Entry DraftAcquired: from San Jose with Devin Setoguchi and a 2011 first round pick (ZackPhillips) in exchange for Brent Burns and a 2012 second round pick on June 24, 20113rd NHL / 3rd MIN SeasonLast Goal: APR 24, 2014 vs COLORADO (13)Last Assist: APR 18, 2015 @ ST. LOUIS (2)

    GP G-A-P +/- PIMPlayoffs 4 0-1-1 -3 0

    Career Playoffs 22 3-7-10 -9 8Season 82 11-24-35 13 39Career 189 31-48-79 9 100

    Career vs. Opp 11 0-6-6 -1 2

    Playoff Highs: G A P PIM TOI Shots Hits +/-0

    4 times1

    4/18 vs STL1

    4/18 vs STL0

    4 times14:43

    4/22 vs STL3

    4/16 vs STL4

    2 times+0

    4/20 vs STL

    PLAYOFF HIGHLIGHTS

    *Third trip to Stanley Cup Playoffs

    *Leads team in hits vs. STL...Franchise leader in playoff hits

    *Ranked T-3rd on team in playoff scoring in 2014

    *Ranked T-2nd second on team in assists and T-3rd in shots in 2013

    2014-15 HIGHLIGHTS

    *Ranked second on team in hits, T-2nd in game-winning goals and T-4th in plus/minus

    *Set career highs in points, assists, plus/minus, PIM, games played, hits and blocked shots

    *One of two players to play in every game for Wild (Pominville)

    *Netted season-high two goals at NSH (3/17)

    *Had two assists, skated season high 19:43 and set career highs in faceoff wins (12) and faceoffs taken (22) vs. NSH (12/23)

    *Tied career high with six hits at PHI 11/20)

    *Tied career high with six shots vs. SJ (10/30)

    *Signed five-year extension through 2019-20 (10/22)

    #5: Christian Folin (D) 6' 3", 214 lbs. / Feb 9, 1991 (24 years and 2 months)

    FOE-linDrafted: undraftedAcquired: signed by Minnesota as a free agent (3/31/14)1st NHL / 1st MIN SeasonLast Goal: MAR 19, 2015 vs WASHINGTON (1)Last Assist: FEB 22, 2015 vs DALLAS (9)

    GP G-A-P +/- PIMPlayoffs - ----- - -

    Career Playoffs - ----- - -Season 40 2-8-10 3 13Career 41 2-9-11 6 13

    Career vs. Opp 2 0-1-1 2 2

    Playoff Highs: G A P PIM TOI Shots Hits +/-- - - - - - - -

    PLAYOFF HIGHLIGHTS

    *First trip to Stanley Cup Playoffs

    2014-15 HIGHLIGHTS

    *Ranked T-7th in scoring amongst NHL rookie defensemen

    *Tallied second career goal vs. WSH (3/19)

    *Skated career-high 21:50 vs. CAR (3/3)

    *Notched two assists and plus-2 vs. DAL (2/22) for first career multi-point game

    *Tallied assist in consecutive games (1/15-1/17) for first career point streak

    *Tied career high with plus-3 rating and four blocked shots at WPG (12/29)

    *Recorded first career NHL goal at SJ (12/11, Stalock)

    *Collected four points (2-2=4) in 13 games with Iowa (AHL)

  • #6: Marco Scandella (D) 6' 1", 205 lbs. / Feb 23, 1990 (25 years and 2 months)

    skan-DEHL-aDrafted: by Minnesota in second round (55th overall) of 2008 NHL Entry Draft5th NHL / 5th MIN SeasonLast Goal: APR 18, 2015 @ ST. LOUIS (2)Last Assist: APR 17, 2014 @ COLORADO (16)

    GP G-A-P +/- PIMPlayoffs 4 1-0-1 0 0

    Career Playoffs 22 4-2-6 3 0Season 64 11-12-23 8 56Career 229 18-37-55 -14 101

    Career vs. Opp 11 1-0-1 -2 8

    Playoff Highs: G A P PIM TOI Shots Hits +/-1

    4/18 vs STL0

    4 times1

    4/18 vs STL0

    4 times21:53

    4/22 vs STL3

    4/22 vs STL4

    4/22 vs STL+1

    2 times

    PLAYOFF HIGHLIGHTS

    *Third trip to Stanley Cup Playoffs

    *Tallied goal in Game 2 at STL (4/18)

    *Ranked second on team in plus-minus during 2014 playoffs

    *Led team defensemen in scoring and ranked T-3rd on team in blocked shots in 2013

    2014-15 HIGHLIGHTS

    *Led team in PIM and SH TOI/game (2:23), T-2nd in GWG, third in hits

    *Set career highs in goals, points, shots, PIM and hits

    *Tallied two goals in final two games of season

    *Recorded goal at NSH (4/9) to become seventh defensemen in team history to record 10 goals in a season

    *Tied franchise record for shots by defenseman with eight vs. CHI (2/3)

    *Skated in 200th game and was plus-3 vs. ARI (1/17)

    *Skated season-high 27:26 at CBJ (12/31)

    *Had career-best four-game point streak (3-2=5, 12/20-12/29)

    *Signed five-year extension thru 2019-20 (11/29)

    *Notched GWG (OT) and plus-3 at DAL (11/28)...Scored GWG (OT) vs. WPG (11/16)

    #9: Mikko Koivu (C) 6' 3", 215 lbs. / Mar 12, 1983 (32 years and 1 month)

    MEE-koh KOY-vooDrafted: by Minnesota in first round (6th overall) of 2001 NHL Entry Draft10th NHL / 10th MIN SeasonLast Goal: APR 30, 2014 @ COLORADO (10)Last Assist: APR 16, 2015 @ ST. LOUIS (3)

    GP G-A-P +/- PIMPlayoffs 4 0-1-1 -2 0

    Career Playoffs 33 6-8-14 -13 26Season 80 14-34-48 2 38Career 681 144-356-500 28 422

    Career vs. Opp 36 7-20-27 -3 26

    Playoff Highs: G A P PIM TOI Shots Hits +/-0

    4 times1

    4/16 vs STL1

    4/16 vs STL0

    4 times18:26

    4/18 vs STL2

    4/18 vs STL1

    3 times+0

    2 times

    PLAYOFF HIGHLIGHTS

    *Fifth trip to Stanley Cup Playoffs

    *Franchise leader in playoff games and goals

    *His 57.6 faceoff % led the NHL amongst players that took at least 125 faceoffs during 2014 playoffs

    *Tallied a goal in first four games of 2008 Western Conference Quarterfinal against Colorado. Led team in goals and ranked second in playoff scoring

    2014-15 HIGHLIGHTS

    *Ranked 3rd in the NHL in faceoffs won, 4th in faceoffs taken, 14th in faceoff %

    *Set career highs in faceoffs taken and faceoffs won

    *Led team in takeaways (T-15th in NHL), third in assists and shots, fourth in scoring

    *Tallied assist for 500th career NHL point at NSH (4/9)

    *Tallied six points (3-3=6) in last 7 games played...22 points 7-15=22) in last 31 games

    *Tallied three points (2-1=3) vs. LA (3/28) to set franchise record for most career multi-point games (115)

    *Tied career-high nine shots and won 22-of-28 faceoffs (3rd highest total of career) vs. SJ (10/30)

  • #10: Jordan Schroeder (C) 5' 9", 176 lbs. / Sep 29, 1990 (24 years and 6 months)

    SHRAY-duhrDrafted: by Vancouver in the first round (22nd overall) of the 2009 NHL Entry DraftAcquired: signed as a free agent by Minnesota (7/11/14)3 NHL / 1 MIN SeasonLast Goal: FEB 20, 2015 @ EDMONTON (13)Last Assist: APR 9, 2015 @ NASHVILLE

    GP G-A-P +/- PIMPlayoffs 1 0-0-0 -1 0

    Career Playoffs 1 0-0-0 -1 0Season 25 3-5-8 9 2Career 81 9-14-23 2 8

    Career vs. Opp 3 0-1-1 0 0

    Playoff Highs: G A P PIM TOI Shots Hits +/-0

    4/18 vs STL0

    4/18 vs STL0

    4/18 vs STL0

    4/18 vs STL8:50

    4/18 vs STL2

    4/18 vs STL1

    4/18 vs STL--1

    4/18 vs STL

    PLAYOFF HIGHLIGHTS

    *Skated 8:50 and registered two shots in NHL playoff debut in Game 2 at STL (4/18)

    2014-15 HIGHLIGHTS

    *Set career high in shots, hits and plus/minus...Goal total tied career best

    *Skated season-high 13:57 at WSH (3/5)

    *Recorded seven points (3-4=7), 24 shots and plus-9 in 12-game span (2/3-2/26) following recall (2/3)

    *Recorded goal and tied career high with three hits at EDM (2/20)

    *Tallied career-high two assists at VAN (2/16)

    *Tallied first goal of season and plus-2 vs. VAN (2/9) - 14th native of Minnesota to score for the Wild

    *Recorded career-high seven shots in 9:49 of ice time vs. CHI (1/8)

    *Skated 12:06 in Wild debut vs. BUF (11/13) - 19th Minnesota native to appear in a game for the Wild

    *Recorded 28 points (10-18=28) in 35 games with Iowa (AHL)

    #11: Zach Parise (L) 5' 11", 197 lbs. / Jul 28, 1984 (30 years and 8 months)

    pah-REE-seeDrafted: by New Jersey in first round (17th overall) of 2003 NHL Entry DraftAcquired: signed as a free agent by Minnesota (7/4/12)10th NHL / 3rd MIN SeasonLast Goal: APR 20, 2015 vs ST. LOUIS (1)Last Assist: APR 20, 2015 vs ST. LOUIS (1)

    GP G-A-P +/- PIMPlayoffs 4 1-3-4 0 2

    Career Playoffs 83 27-35-62 -17 28Season 74 33-29-62 21 41Career 691 274-292-566 90 264

    Career vs. Opp 16 9-2-11 -7 10

    Playoff Highs: G A P PIM TOI Shots Hits +/-1

    4/20 vs STL2

    4/16 vs STL2

    2 times2

    4/18 vs STL18:32

    4/16 vs STL4

    4/18 vs STL6

    4/18 vs STL+2

    4/20 vs STL

    PLAYOFF HIGHLIGHTS

    *Ninth trip to Stanley Cup Playoffs

    *T-1st on team in scoring vs. STL

    *Ranks first all-time in assists and second in playoff scoring for Wild (6-13=19)

    *Led team with four shots and tied career high with 6 hits in Game 2 at STL (4/18)

    *Notched career best six-game point streak (3-7=10) in first six games vs. Colorado in 2014

    *Tallied team record and career-high four points (2-2=4) including GWG in Game 6 vs. COL (4/28/14). Scored 49 seconds into contest - fastest goal to

    start playoff game in franchise history

    *Captained New Jersey to 2012 Stanley Cup Final. Ranked T-1st in NHL in goals and T-6th in playoff scoring

    2014-15 HIGHLIGHTS

    *Led team in goals (T-10th in NHL), PPG (T-11th), scoring and shots (15th), T-1st in plus/minus, 2nd in takeaways, 4th in hits

    *Led team with 32 pts (19-13=32) since 1/15 (39 games)...T-5th in NHL with 19 goals

    *Tallied goal vs. CGY (3/27) to reach 30-goal plateau for sixth time...Fourth Wild player to score 30 goals

  • #14: Justin Fontaine (R) 5' 10", 175 lbs. / Nov 6, 1987 (27 years and 5 months)

    Drafted: undraftedAcquired: signed as a free agent by Minnesota (4/9/11)2nd NHL / 2nd MIN SeasonLast Goal: MAY 9, 2014 vs CHICAGO (5)Last Assist: APR 16, 2015 @ ST. LOUIS (2)

    GP G-A-P +/- PIMPlayoffs 3 0-1-1 -1 0

    Career Playoffs 12 1-2-3 -1 2Season 71 9-22-31 13 12Career 137 22-30-52 19 38

    Career vs. Opp 5 1-3-4 2 0

    Playoff Highs: G A P PIM TOI Shots Hits +/-0

    3 times1

    4/16 vs STL1

    4/16 vs STL0

    3 times12:38

    4/22 vs STL1

    3 times1

    4/20 vs STL+0

    2 times

    PLAYOFF HIGHLIGHTS

    *Second trip to Stanley Cup Playoffs

    *Missed Game 2 at STL (4/18) due to illness

    *Tallied first goal in Game 4 vs. CHI (5/9/14) for first career playoff goal

    2014-15 HIGHLIGHTS

    *Ranked T-4th on team in plus/minus

    *Set career highs in points, assists, shots, game-winning goals and games played

    *Tallied seven pts (1-6=7) in last 10 games played...16 pts (5-11=16) and plus-11 in last 25 games

    *Tied career high with three points (1-2=3) vs. STL (3/21)

    *Tied career best with three-game point streak (3-1=4, 2/18-2/22)

    *Tied career high with plus-3 rating vs. DAL (2/22)

    *Netted second career multi-goal game with two goals including GWG at EDM (2/20)

    *Logged season best 17:12 at CBJ (12/31)

    *Notched career-high six shots vs. BOS (12/17)

    *Recorded career-best three-game point streak (1-3=4, 10/27-10/30)

    #16: Jason Zucker (L) 5' 11", 188 lbs. / Jan 16, 1992 (23 years and 3 months)

    ZOOK-ERDrafted: by Minnesota in second round (59th overall) of 2010 NHL Entry Draft4th NHL / 4th MIN SeasonLast Goal: APR 16, 2015 @ ST. LOUIS (3)Last Assist: MAY 3, 2013 @ CHICAGO (7)

    GP G-A-P +/- PIMPlayoffs 4 1-0-1 -1 2

    Career Playoffs 9 2-1-3 0 2Season 51 21-5-26 -9 18Career 98 29-9-38 -5 30

    Career vs. Opp 3 0-1-1 -2 0

    Playoff Highs: G A P PIM TOI Shots Hits +/-1

    4/16 vs STL0

    4 times1

    4/16 vs STL2

    4/22 vs STL18:14

    4/18 vs STL4

    4/16 vs STL4

    4/18 vs STL+0

    3 times

    PLAYOFF HIGHLIGHTS

    *Second trip to Stanley Cup Playoffs

    *Set career highs in TOI (18:14), hits (4) and blocked shots (3) in Game 2 at STL (4/18)

    *Scored 2:47 into Game 1 at STL (4/16) and recorded four shots

    *Ranked tied for second on team in playoff scoring in 2013. Scored OT goal in Game 3 vs. CHI (5/5/13)

    2014-15 HIGHLIGHTS

    *Set career highs in games played, goals, assists, points, PIM, shots, game-winning goals and hits

    *Recorded two goals at NSH (4/9)

    *Tallied game-winning goal, five shots and 15:47 in TOI at CHI (4/7) after missing previous 27 games with broken clavicle

    *Skated career-high 21:42 and recorded goal, five shots and three hits vs. CHI (1/8)

    *Netted career highs with three points (2-1=3) and plus-3 rating, also recorded eight shots vs. SJ (1/6)

    *Netted two goals and career-high nine shots at FLA (11/24)

    *Registered a career-best four-game point streak (3-2=5, 10/25-10/30)

    *Recorded first career two-goal game vs. TB (10/25)

  • #18: Ryan Carter (C) 6' 1", 205 lbs. / Aug 3, 1983 (31 years and 8 months)

    Drafted: undraftedAcquired: signed as a free agent by Minnesota (10/6/14)8th NHL / 1st MIN SeasonLast Goal: DEC 29, 2014 @ WINNIPEG (23)Last Assist: JAN 20, 2015 @ DETROIT (11)

    GP G-A-P +/- PIMPlayoffs 0 0-0-0 0 0

    Career Playoffs 43 7-5-12 1 38Season 53 3-10-13 3 55Career 413 34-47-81 -18 396

    Career vs. Opp 9 1-0-1 -1 9

    Playoff Highs: G A P PIM TOI Shots Hits +/-- - - - - - - -

    PLAYOFF HIGHLIGHTS

    *Fifth trip to Stanley Cup Playoffs

    *Appeared in 23 of 24 games as Devils advanced to 2012 Stanley Cup Final. Ranked T-1st on the Devils with three goals during Eastern Conference

    Final vs. NYR including GWG in Game 5

    *Won 2007 Stanley Cup with Anaheim. Made NHL debut in Game 4 of Western Conference Final vs. DET (5/17/07). Played in Game 4 of Stanley Cup

    Final at OTT (6/4/07).

    2014-15 HIGHLIGHTS

    *Ranked second on team in PIM, fifth in hits

    *Set career highs in assists and blocked shot...Point total was second best in his career

    *Recorded assist, three hits and skated season-high 14:17 at DAL (11/15)

    *Notched season-best two points (1-1=2) vs. BUF (11/13)

    *Three-game assist streak (0-3=3, 10/25-10/28), three-game point streak (2-2=4, 11/11-11/15) tied career best

    *Made Wild debut vs. COL (10/9) to become 18th Minnesota native to appear in a game for Wild

    #20: Ryan Suter (D) 6' 1", 200 lbs. / Jan 21, 1985 (30 years and 3 months)

    SOO-tuhrDrafted: by Nashville in first round (7th overall) of 2003 NHL Entry DraftAcquired: signed by Minnesota as a free agent (7/4/12)10th NHL / 3rd MIN SeasonLast Goal: APR 17, 2014 @ COLORADO (16)Last Assist: MAY 9, 2014 vs CHICAGO (6)

    GP G-A-P +/- PIMPlayoffs 4 0-0-0 -3 0

    Career Playoffs 61 5-15-20 -17 30Season 77 2-36-38 7 48Career 749 52-299-351 67 502

    Career vs. Opp 53 2-22-24 13 26

    Playoff Highs: G A P PIM TOI Shots Hits +/-0

    4 times0

    4 times0

    4 times0

    4 times29:36

    4/18 vs STL2

    4/22 vs STL2

    3 times+2

    4/20 vs STL

    PLAYOFF HIGHLIGHTS

    *Eighth trip to Stanley Cup Playoffs

    *Led defensemen and ranked T-3rd on team in playoff scoring in 2014. Ranked third in NHL in TOI/game

    *Skated a franchise playoff record 41:08 at CHI (4/30/13). Led NHL in TOI/game during 2013 playoffs

    *Led all skaters in TOI/game during 2011 playoffs

    *Scored overtime-forcing goal and assisted on GWG in Nashvilles double OT win at VAN (4/30/11). Logged playoff best 42:01

    2014-15 HIGHLIGHTS

    *Assist total was second best in team history by defensemen

    *Led NHL in TOI/game (29:03) for third straight season...Skated more than 30 minutes 23 times

    *Ranked T-1st on team in assists (T-15th amongst NHL defensemen), second in blocked shots

    *Notched goal, assist and plus-2 in 19:46 of ice time in NHL All-Star Game - goal was first in All-Star Game

    *Notched season-best three assists vs. NYI (12/9)

    *Skated season-high 33:49 vs. SJ (10/30)

    *Tied career high with plus-4 rating vs. TB (10/25)

  • #21: Kyle Brodziak (C) 6' 2", 212 lbs. / May 25, 1984 (30 years and 10 months)

    BRAWD-zee-akDrafted: by Edmonton in the seventh round (214th overall) of 2003 NHL Entry DraftAcquired: from Edmonton along with a 6th round pick in 2009 NHL Entry Draft inexchange for a 4th and 5th round pick in 2009 NHL Entry Draft10th NHL / 6th MIN SeasonLast Goal: MAY 2, 2014 @ CHICAGO (9)Last Assist: APR 30, 2014 @ COLORADO (10)

    GP G-A-P +/- PIMPlayoffs 4 0-0-0 -2 2

    Career Playoffs 21 3-5-8 -4 8Season 73 9-11-20 -6 47Career 621 98-130-228 -52 332

    Career vs. Opp 35 5-4-9 -17 31

    Playoff Highs: G A P PIM TOI Shots Hits +/-0

    4 times0

    4 times0

    4 times2

    4/16 vs STL13:21

    4/18 vs STL2

    4/20 vs STL1

    3 times+0

    3 times

    PLAYOFF HIGHLIGHTS

    *Third trip to Stanley Cup Playoffs

    *Recorded three assists including primary assist on GWG in Game 7 OT win at COL (4/30/14) - set career highs in points and plus-minus (+3) in playoff

    game

    *Tallied two assists in five games in his NHL playoff debut in 2013

    2014-15 HIGHLIGHTS

    *Led team forwards in blocked shots, second in SH TOI/game and faceoff %, fourth in PIM

    *Registered a point in consecutive games (1-2=3, 2/26-2/28)

    *Notched two points (1-1=2) and season best plus-3 at NSH (2/26)

    *Skated in 600th career NHL game at EDM (2/20)

    *Skated season-high 17:32 and won 11 of 17 faceoffs at WPG (2/10)

    *Tallied goal, season-best five shots and fighting major vs. VAN (2/9)

    *Notched first two goals of season and won 11 of 16 faceoffs vs. SJ (10/30)

    *Tallied three hits and tied career high with four blocked shots at BOS (10/28)

    #22: Nino Niederreiter (R) 6' 2", 210 lbs. / Sep 8, 1992 (22 years and 7 months)

    NEE-noh NEE-duhr-RIGH-tuhrDrafted: by New York Islanders in first round (5th overall) of 2010 NHL Entry DraftAcquired: from the New York Islanders in exchange for Cal Clutterbuck and a 2013third-round draft pick (Eamon McAam) on June 30, 20134th NHL / 2nd MIN SeasonLast Goal: APR 20, 2015 vs ST. LOUIS (1)Last Assist: APR 22, 2015 vs ST. LOUIS

    GP G-A-P +/- PIMPlayoffs 4 1-1-2 -1 4

    Career Playoffs 17 4-4-8 -1 12Season 80 24-13-37 2 28Career 225 40-36-76 -16 92

    Career vs. Opp 10 2-1-3 -1 2

    Playoff Highs: G A P PIM TOI Shots Hits +/-1

    4/20 vs STL1

    4/22 vs STL1

    2 times2

    2 times16:26

    4/22 vs STL3

    4/16 vs STL4

    4/20 vs STL+1

    4/20 vs STL

    PLAYOFF HIGHLIGHTS

    *Second trip to Stanley Cup Playoffs

    *Tallied goal and 4 hits in Game 3 vs. STL (4/20)...T-2nd on team in hits

    *Tallied two GWG and led team in hits in 2014

    *Recorded three points (2-1=3) including GWG 5:02 into OT in Game 7 at COL (4/30/14). Third player in NHL history to register first two postseason

    goals in a Game 7 (Jiri Hrdina, Adam Henrique), second youngest player in Stanley Cup history to record an OT goal in Game 7 (Claude Lemieux, 20)

    and fourth youngest player in NHL history to record three points in a Game 7 - Elias.

    2014-15 HIGHLIGHTS

    *Led team in hits and GWG, second in goals and PPG

    *Set career highs in goals, points, power-play goals, game-winning goals, shots and blocked shots

    *First Swiss-born player in NHL history to reach 20-goal milestone (Elias)

    *Skated career high 19:24 vs. WPG (12/27)

    *Recorded first career hat trick vs. BUF (11/13) - 9th player in Wild history to record a hat trick

    *Tallied goal and registered career-high seven shots vs. COL (10/9)

  • #23: Sean Bergenheim (L) 5' 11", 201 lbs. / Feb 8, 1984 (31 years and 2 months)

    BUHR-gehn-highmDrafted: Selected by the New York Islanders in the first round (22nd overall) of 2002NHL Entry DraftAcquired: from the Florida Panthers along with a 2016 seventh-round draft pick inexchange for a 2016 third-round draft pick9th NHL / 1st MIN SeasonLast Goal: APR 24, 2012 @ NEW JERSEY (4)Last Assist: APR 26, 2012 vs NEW JERSEY (3)

    GP G-A-P +/- PIMPlayoffs 3 0-0-0 -2 0

    Career Playoffs 26 12-5-17 -2 12Season 56 9-10-19 -2 40Career 506 96-84-180 -42 379

    Career vs. Opp 10 1-0-1 1 2

    Playoff Highs: G A P PIM TOI Shots Hits +/-0

    3 times0

    3 times0

    3 times0

    3 times10:18

    4/16 vs STL1

    4/20 vs STL3

    4/16 vs STL+0

    2 times

    PLAYOFF HIGHLIGHTS

    *Third trip to Stanley Cup Playoffs

    *Leads Wild with five takeaways vs. STL

    *Ranked second on Lightning and tied for fourth in NHL with nine goals in 2011 playoffs

    *Netted GWG in 1-0 victory in Game 7 vs. PIT (4/27/11)

    *Led Panthers in scoring and shots and ranked tied for first in goals during 2012 playoffs. Recorded a playoff-best seven hits in Game 1 vs. NJ (4/13/12)

    2014-15 HIGHLIGHTS

    *Skated in 500th career NHL game vs. WSH (3/20)

    *Recorded season-high five hits at TOR (3/23)

    *Tallied first goal with Wild and tied season-high with five shots vs. NJ (3/10)

    *Registered four shots, two hits and skated 13:41 in first game with Wild at NSH (2/26)

    *Recorded two points (1-1=2) and season best plus-3 at CGY (1/9)

    *Tallied two assists vs. PIT (12/22)

    *Skated season-high 17:54 at WSH (10/18)

    #24: Matt Cooke (L) 5' 11", 216 lbs. / Sep 7, 1978 (36 years and 7 months)

    Drafted: by Vancouver in sixth road (144th overall) of 1997 NHL Entry DraftAcquired: signed as a free agent by Minnesota (7/5/13)16th NHL / 2nd MIN SeasonLast Goal: MAY 2, 2010 vs MONTREAL (33)Last Assist: MAY 13, 2014 vs CHICAGO (1)

    GP G-A-P +/- PIMPlayoffs 1 0-0-0 0 0

    Career Playoffs 104 13-23-36 4 137Season 29 4-6-10 0 13Career 1046 167-231-398 61 1135

    Career vs. Opp 37 5-10-15 3 33

    Playoff Highs: G A P PIM TOI Shots Hits +/-0

    4/18 vs STL0

    4/18 vs STL0

    4/18 vs STL0

    4/18 vs STL10:27

    4/18 vs STL0

    4/18 vs STL2

    4/18 vs STL+0

    4/18 vs STL

    PLAYOFF HIGHLIGHTS

    *12th trip to Stanley Cup Playoffs

    *Ranks first on Minnesota roster in career playoff games

    *Won Stanley Cup with Pittsburgh in 2009

    *Ranked second on team and third in the NHL in hits during 2009 playoffs

    2014-15 HIGHLIGHTS

    *Recorded assist and plus-1 at STL (4/11)

    *Tallied assist, plus-1 and skated 12:53 at NSH (4/9) - after missing previous 31 games with sports hernia

    *Notched goal and season-high three shots at CHI (1/11)

    *Skated season-high 15:42 vs. SJ (1/6)

    *Had a season-best three-game point streak (1-3=4, 10/25-10/28)

    *Tallied goal and assist at NYR (10/27)

    *Registered first goal of season at LA (10/19)

    *Missed 22 games with lower-body injury (10/30-12/17), 31 games with sports hernia (2/3-4/7)

  • #25: Jonas Brodin (D) 6' 1", 194 lbs. / Jul 12, 1993 (21 years and 9 months)

    JOE-nuhs broh-DEENDrafted: by Minnesota in first round (10th overall) of 2011 NHL Entry Draft3rd NHL / 3rd MIN SeasonLast Goal: MAR 21, 2015 vs ST. LOUIS (10)Last Assist: APR 30, 2014 @ COLORADO (10)

    GP G-A-P +/- PIMPlayoffs 4 0-0-0 0 0

    Career Playoffs 22 0-2-2 0 12Season 71 3-14-17 21 8Career 195 13-34-47 24 40

    Career vs. Opp 12 1-2-3 1 2

    Playoff Highs: G A P PIM TOI Shots Hits +/-0

    4 times0

    4 times0

    4 times0

    4 times24:23

    4/16 vs STL0

    4 times1

    2 times+2

    4/20 vs STL

    PLAYOFF HIGHLIGHTS

    *Third trip to Stanley Cup Playoffs

    *Leads team in blocked shots, 2nd in TOI/game vs. STL

    *Recorded career-high 5 blocked shots in Game 2 at STL (4/18)

    *Ranked third on team in TOI/game and T-3rd in plus-minus rating in 2014

    *ranked second on the team in TOI/game and blocked shots in 2013. TOI/game ranked first amongst NHL rookies and 10th in NHL

    2014-15 HIGHLIGHTS

    *Led team in blocked shots, T-1st in plus/minus (T-9th amongst NHL defensemen), 2nd in TOI/game (18th in NHL)

    *Set career highs in assists, plus/minus, shots, blocked shots and TOI/game

    *Recorded two points (1-1=2), +3, 3 shots and 3 blocked shots vs. STL (3/21)

    *Had a career-best four-game point/assist streak (0-4=4, 2/16-2/22)

    *Skated career-high 31:54 at ARI (12/14) and tied career high with six blocked shots

    *Registered career-high five shots and plus-3 rating vs. COL (10/9)

    *Signed six-year contract extension thru 2020-21 (10/12)

    #26: Thomas Vanek (L) 6' 2", 218 lbs. / Jan 19, 1984 (31 years and 3 months)

    VAN-ehkDrafted: by Buffalo in first round (5th overall) of 2003 NHL Entry DraftAcquired: signed as a free agent by Minnesota (7/1/14)10th NHL / 1st MIN SeasonLast Goal: MAY 12, 2014 vs BOSTON (11)Last Assist: APR 18, 2015 @ ST. LOUIS (2)

    GP G-A-P +/- PIMPlayoffs 4 0-1-1 -3 0

    Career Playoffs 57 20-11-31 -12 22Season 80 21-31-52 -6 37Career 743 298-310-608 35 441

    Career vs. Opp 12 3-3-6 -2 8

    Playoff Highs: G A P PIM TOI Shots Hits +/-0

    4 times1

    4/18 vs STL1

    4/18 vs STL0

    4 times16:08

    4/16 vs STL3

    4/16 vs STL1

    4/18 vs STL+0

    4/20 vs STL

    PLAYOFF HIGHLIGHTS

    *Sixth trip to Stanley Cup Playoffs

    *Ranked second on Montreal in PPG and T-2nd in goals in 2014

    *Led Buffalo with five goals in seven playoff games in 2011

    *Recorded GWG in Game 1 vs. NYR (4/25/07) and Game 2 vs. NYR (4/27/07) - Eastern Conference Semifinal

    2014-15 HIGHLIGHTS

    *T-4th in NHL with eight goals since 3/8

    *13 points (8-5=13) in last 16 games...20 points (11-9=20) in last 27 games

    *Third on team in scoring and assists, T-3rd in goals, fourth in shots

    *Tallied goal vs. CGY (3/27) to reach 20-goal plateau for 10th straight season

    *Sixth European to score 20 or more goals in first 10 seasons: Jagr, Sundin, Ovechkin, Kovalchuk, Selanne

    *Recorded 10 points (6-4=10) during team-best 8-game point streak (3/8-3/23)

    *Notched goal for 600th career point at STL (3/14)

    *Recorded 300th career assist on GWG at CGY (1/29)

    *Skated season-high 21:15 vs. NSH (1/10)

  • #29: Jason Pominville (R) 6' 0", 187 lbs. / Nov 30, 1982 (32 years and 4 months)

    Drafted: by Buffalo in second round (55th overall) of 2001 NHL Entry DraftAcquired: from Buffalo (4/3/13) along with 2014 4th-round pick in exchange for MattHackett, Johan Larsson, a 2013 1st round pick and 2014 2nd round pick11th NHL / 3rd MIN SeasonLast Goal: APR 20, 2015 vs ST. LOUIS (1)Last Assist: APR 20, 2015 vs ST. LOUIS (1)

    GP G-A-P +/- PIMPlayoffs 4 2-2-4 0 0

    Career Playoffs 64 16-25-41 -3 12Season 82 18-36-54 9 8Career 752 237-342-579 53 171

    Career vs. Opp 16 4-6-10 -2 4

    Playoff Highs: G A P PIM TOI Shots Hits +/-1

    2 times1

    2 times2

    2 times0

    4 times17:33

    4/18 vs STL5

    2 times3

    4/20 vs STL+3

    4/20 vs STL

    PLAYOFF HIGHLIGHTS

    *Seventh trip to Stanley Cup Playoffs

    *Leads team in shots and T-1st in scoring vs. STL

    *Recorded two points (1-1=2) including GWG and career best +3 in Game 3 vs. STL (4/20)

    *Tallied two points (1-1=2) and led team with 5 shots in Game 1 at STL (4/16)

    *Ranked second on team in scoring and assists in 2014

    *Ranked tied for third on Buffalo in playoff scoring in 2007

    *Led NHL rookies in playoff scoring in 2006

    2014-15 HIGHLIGHTS

    *Ranked T-1st on team in assists, second in scoring and shots (T-18th in NHL), T-2nd in GWG, fifth in goals

    *One of two players to play in every game for Wild (Coyle)

    *Netted two goals at WSH (3/5) for first multi-goal game of season

    *Had a three-game goal streak (3-0=3, 2/9-2/12)

    *Tallied 14 points (4-10=14) during 13-game stretch (11/28-12/29)

    *Recorded three assists (tied career high) and season best plus-3 rating vs. WPG (11/16)

    *Skated season-best 23:00 vs. SJ (10/30)

    *Notched season-high eight shots at BOS (10/28)

    #33: Jordan Leopold (D) 6' 1", 206 lbs. / Aug 3, 1980 (34 years and 8 months)

    Drafted: by Anaheim in the second round (44th overall) in the 1999 NHL Entry DraftAcquired: from Columbus (3/2/15) in exchange for D Justin Falk and a fifth-roundselection in the 2015 NHL Entry Draft12th NHL / 1st MIN SeasonLast Goal: NOV 25, 2014 vs WINNIPEG (31)Last Assist: APR 19, 2014 vs CHICAGO (8)

    GP G-A-P +/- PIMPlayoffs 4 0-0-0 -3 0

    Career Playoffs 75 0-17-17 1 26Season 43 1-3-4 -6 19Career 695 67-147-214 -37 293

    Career vs. Opp 22 2-6-8 -6 8

    Playoff Highs: G A P PIM TOI Shots Hits +/-0

    4 times0

    4 times0

    4 times0

    4 times16:16

    4/22 vs STL1

    2 times2

    2 times+0

    3 times

    PLAYOFF HIGHLIGHTS

    *Ninth trip to Stanley Cup Playoffs

    *Ranks third on Wild roster in career playoff games

    *Appeared in all 26 games as Calgary advanced to 2004 Stanley Cup Final. Led team defensemen in scoring and ranked second in TOI

    2014-15 HIGHLIGHTS

    *Skated 18:42 at STL (4/11) - highest TOI with Minnesota

    *Notched an assist for first point with Wild at NSH (3/17) - 19th native of Minnesota to register a point with Wild

    *Had four blocked shots and skated 17:28 at STL (3/14)

    *Led team with four blocked shots and skated 17:19 in Wild debut vs. OTT (3/3)...21st Minnesota native to play in a game for the Wild

    *Skated season-high 22:47 at FLA (12/4)

    *Totaled a power-play goal, two assists and nine PIM in 18 games with Columbus

    *Recorded two PIM in seven games with St. Louis

  • #39: Nate Prosser (D) 6' 2", 203 lbs. / May 7, 1986 (28 years and 11 months)

    PRAW-suhrDrafted: undraftedAcquired: claimed off waivers from St. Louis (10/2/14)6th NHL / 6th MIN SeasonLast Goal: FEB 14, 2015 vs CAROLINA (17)Last Assist: FEB 22, 2015 vs DALLAS (13)

    GP G-A-P +/- PIMPlayoffs - ----- - -

    Career Playoffs 10 0-0-0 2 12Season 63 2-5-7 -1 32Career 189 5-23-28 -10 159

    Career vs. Opp 11 0-2-2 -3 0

    Playoff Highs: G A P PIM TOI Shots Hits +/-- - - - - - - -

    PLAYOFF HIGHLIGHTS

    *Second trip to Stanley Cup Playoffs

    *Ranked T-4th on team in blocked shots and T-5th in plus-minus in 2014

    2014-15 HIGHLIGHTS

    *Ranked 4th on team in blocked shots

    *Set career highs in games played and shots

    *Tied career high with plus-3 rating at NSH (2/26)

    *Blocked team-high four shots and plus-2 vs. DAL (2/22)

    *Recorded season-high five blocked shots at CGY (2/18)

    *Led team with four blocked shots vs. FLA (2/12)

    *Registered assist, three shots and four blocked shots at PIT (1/13)

    *Skated season-high 19:42 vs. WPG (11/16)

    #44: Chris Stewart (R) 6' 2", 231 lbs. / Oct 30, 1987 (27 years and 5 months)

    Drafted: by Colorado in the first round (18th overall) in the 2006 NHL Entry DraftAcquired: from Buffalo (3/2/15) in exchange for a second-round selection in the 2017NHL Entry Draft8th NHL / 1st MIN SeasonLast Goal: MAY 3, 2012 @ LOS ANGELES (11)Last Assist: APR 16, 2015 @ ST. LOUIS (3)

    GP G-A-P +/- PIMPlayoffs 4 0-1-1 -2 0

    Career Playoffs 23 5-2-7 -4 16Season 81 14-22-36 -26 88Career 463 129-135-264 -45 535

    Career vs. Opp 14 9-7-16 3 18

    Playoff Highs: G A P PIM TOI Shots Hits +/-0

    4 times1

    4/16 vs STL1

    4/16 vs STL0

    4 times17:33

    4/20 vs STL3

    4/18 vs STL6

    4/18 vs STL+0

    3 times

    PLAYOFF HIGHLIGHTS

    *Fourth trip to Stanley Cup Playoffs

    *T-2nd on team in hits vs. STL...Recorded career-high 6 hits in Game 2 at STL (4/18)

    *Ranked T-3rd on the Blues with two goals in 2012

    *Led Avalanche with three goals and 20 shots in 2010

    *Scored GWG with 50 seconds left in regulation in his Stanley Cup Playoff debut in Game 1 at SJ (4/14/10). Scored twice in Game 2 at SJ (4/16/10)

    2014-15 HIGHLIGHTS

    *Tallied 11 points (3-7=10), plus-4, 28 hits and 25 PIM in 20 games with Minnesota

    *Registered assist and six shots vs. CGY (3/27)

    *Collected first multi-point game (1-1=2) with Wild and skated 18:51 vs. NJ (3/10)

    *Tallied first goal with Wild, fighting major and plus-2 vs. COL (3/8)

    *Registered season high three assists and plus-2 vs. DAL (2/7)

    *Notched season bests with two goals and 21:18 of ice time at VAN (1/30)

    *Recorded season-high seven shots at LA (10/23)

  • #46: Jared Spurgeon (D) 5' 9", 176 lbs. / Nov 29, 1989 (25 years and 4 months)

    SPUHR-juhnDrafted: by New York Islanders in sixth round (156th overall) of 2008 NHL Entry DraftAcquired: signed as free agent by Minnesota (9/22/10)5th NHL / 5th MIN SeasonLast Goal: APR 22, 2015 vs ST. LOUISLast Assist: APR 16, 2015 @ ST. LOUIS (3)

    GP G-A-P +/- PIMPlayoffs 4 1-1-2 -2 2

    Career Playoffs 22 4-4-8 -5 6Season 66 9-16-25 3 6Career 295 26-75-101 14 34

    Career vs. Opp 17 1-3-4 -2 2

    Playoff Highs: G A P PIM TOI Shots Hits +/-1

    4/22 vs STL1

    4/16 vs STL1

    2 times2

    4/18 vs STL22:27

    4/16 vs STL3

    4/18 vs STL3

    4/22 vs STL+1

    4/20 vs STL

    PLAYOFF HIGHLIGHTS

    *Third trip to Stanley Cup Playoffs

    *2nd on team in blocked shots vs. STL...Led team with 5 blocked shots in Game 1 at STL (4/16)...Franchise leader in blocked shots

    *Ranked second on team in TOI/game and blocked shots in 2014

    *Tallied tying goal with 2:27 left in regulation in Game 7 at COL (4/30/14)

    *Skated playoff career high 29:37 in Game 1 at COL (4/17/14)

    2014-15 HIGHLIGHTS

    *Set career highs in goals, shots and blocked shots

    *Ranked third on team in blocked shots and TOI/game

    *Notched 100th career point with an assist vs. LA (3/28)

    *Tallied two points (1-1=2) including game-winning goal and plus-3 vs. NJ (3/10)

    *Registered season-best plus-4 at BUF (1/15)

    *Skated season-high 29:41 vs. WPG (12/27) - second highest of career

    *Notched career-high 6 hits along with 6 shots and +3 at FLA (11/24)

    *Recorded goal and tied franchise record for shots by a defensemen with eight vs. BUF (11/13)

    *Recorded franchise record 9 blocked shots at COL (10/11)

    #55: Matt Dumba (D) 6' 0", 189 lbs. / Jul 25, 1994 (20 years and 8 months)

    DUHM-baDrafted: by Minnesota in first round (No. 7 overall) of 2012 NHL Entry Draft2nd NHL / 2nd MIN SeasonLast Goal: APR 16, 2015 @ ST. LOUIS (3)Last Assist: APR 9, 2015 @ NASHVILLE (1)

    GP G-A-P +/- PIMPlayoffs 4 1-0-1 -2 2

    Career Playoffs 4 1-0-1 -2 2Season 58 8-8-16 13 23Career 71 9-9-18 8 25

    Career vs. Opp 3 0-1-1 2 6

    Playoff Highs: G A P PIM TOI Shots Hits +/-1

    4/16 vs STL0

    4 times1

    4/16 vs STL2

    4/18 vs STL18:39

    4/18 vs STL4

    4/20 vs STL3

    2 times+0

    3 times

    PLAYOFF HIGHLIGHTS

    *First trip to Stanley Cup Playoffs

    *Recorded four shots in Game 3 vs. STL (4/20)

    *Tallied PPG in playoff debut in Game 1 at STL (4/16)

    2014-15 HIGHLIGHTS

    *Leads NHL rookie defensemen in plus/minus (T-4th on team), third in goals, fifth in scoring and shots

    *Ranked T-1st in NHL with plus-15 rating since 2/16

    *Tallied 10 points (6-4=10) and plus-15 in 27 games since 2/16

    *Tallied career-best two assists vs. NYR (4/2)

    *Skated career-high 22:45 vs. STL (3/21)

    *Tallied first career overtime goal and had career-high five blocked shots at NSH (3/17) - fastest OT goal scored on road in team history (22 seconds)

    *Registered career-high four hits at WSH (3/5)

    *Tallied career highs with two goals and five shots vs. OTT (3/3)

    *Totaled 14 points (5-9=14) and plus-2 rating in 20 games with Iowa...Recorded two assists and plus-4 in AHL All-Star Game (1/26)

  • #56: Erik Haula (C) 5' 11", 188 lbs. / Mar 23, 1991 (24 years and 1 month)

    HOW-laDrafted: by Minnesota in seventh round (No. 182 overall) of 2009 NHL Entry Draft2nd NHL / 2nd MIN SeasonLast Goal: FEB 28, 2015 @ COLORADO (17)Last Assist: APR 11, 2015 @ ST. LOUIS

    GP G-A-P +/- PIMPlayoffs - ----- - -

    Career Playoffs 13 4-3-7 2 0Season 72 7-7-14 -7 32Career 118 13-16-29 7 61

    Career vs. Opp 7 0-2-2 2 2

    Playoff Highs: G A P PIM TOI Shots Hits +/-- - - - - - - -

    PLAYOFF HIGHLIGHTS

    *Second trip to Stanley Cup Playoffs

    *Ranked T-3rd on team in playoff scoring in 2014. Amongst NHL rookies, ranked T-3rd in goals, T-5th in plus-minus and T-6th in scoring

    *Recorded GWG in Game 3 of Western Conference Semifinal vs. CHI (5/16/14)

    *Tallied a goal in first career playoff contest - Game 1 at COL (4/17/14)

    2014-15 HIGHLIGHTS

    *Set career highs in games played, goals, penalty minutes, shots, hits and blocked shots

    *Recorded four points (2-2=4), plus-4 and six shots in two game span (2/26-2/28) - First career back-to-back multi-point games

    *Had two points (1-1=2), four shots and career-best plus-2 in 100th NHL game at NSH (2/26)

    *Skated season-high 15:04 vs. VAN (2/9)

    *Tallied two points (1-1=2) including first career power-play goal at BUF (1/15)

    *Won career-high 11 faceoffs (out of 16) vs. TOR (1/2)

    *Tied career high with five shots at LA (10/19)

    #64: Mikael Granlund (C) 5' 10", 185 lbs. / Feb 26, 1992 (23 years and 1 month)

    mih-KIGH-ehl GRAN-lundDrafted: by Minnesota in first round (9th overall) of 2010 NHL Entry Draft3rd NHL / 3rd MIN SeasonLast Goal: APR 16, 2015 @ ST. LOUIS (3)Last Assist: APR 22, 2015 vs ST. LOUIS

    GP G-A-P +/- PIMPlayoffs 4 1-3-4 2 0

    Career Playoffs 17 5-6-11 5 2Season 68 8-31-39 17 20Career 158 18-70-88 10 48

    Career vs. Opp 9 0-2-2 -2 4

    Playoff Highs: G A P PIM TOI Shots Hits +/-1

    4/16 vs STL2

    4/20 vs STL2

    4/20 vs STL0

    4 times17:26

    4/20 vs STL2

    4/16 vs STL4

    4/20 vs STL+3

    4/20 vs STL

    PLAYOFF HIGHLIGHTS

    *Second trip to Stanley Cup Playoffs

    *Leads team in plus/minus, T-1st in scoring and T-2nd in hits vs. STL

    *Netted two assists and career-best +3 and 4 hits in Game 3 vs. STL (4/20)

    *Recorded GWG and tied career high with 10 faceoff wins in Game 1 at STL (4/16)

    *Ranked T-1st on team in goals, second in shots and T-3rd in scoring in 2014

    *Netted GWG in 1-0 overtime win in Game 3 vs. COL (4/21/14) to become fifth player in last 75 years to score first career playoff goal in 1-0 OT game

    (Elias)

    2014-15 HIGHLIGHTS

    *Ranked 3rd on team in plus/minus rating, 5th in scoring

    *Won 77 of 125 faceoffs (61.6%) in last eight games

    *Recorded nine points (1-8=9) in last 12 games...21 points (3-18=21), plus-13 in last 28 games

    *Second on team with 24 points (4-20=24) in 36 games since his return from injury (1/27)

    *Won career best 15 faceoffs (out of 22) at PHI (11/20)

    *Skated career-best 22:15 vs. SJ (10/30)

    *Registered two assists and career high plus-4 rating vs. COL (10/9)

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