Blackhawks Game Note For Wednesday @ St. Louis
* The Blackhawks beat the Stars, 4-3, in overtime at United Center on Sunday night, winning their sixth straight tilt, and improving to 7-0-1 in the last eight games overall. Chicago has scored four or more goals six times this year – most of any Western Conference team.
* St. Louis beat Colorado, 5-1, on Sunday night, winning its second straight game by a combined score of 7-2. The Blues have won three consecutive tilts at Scottrade Center, allowing one goal or fewer in each of those victories.
* The Blues throttled the Blackhawks, 5-2, in these clubs’ first game of the season on October 12 at United Center. St. Louis is 6-2-0 in its last eight regular-season home games vs. Chicago, with each of the last five wins coming by a single goal.
* Artem Anisimov had a goal and a helper Sunday night, giving him eight markers and 17 points on the season – both team highs. Anisimov has four points (3g, 1a) in his last five skates against the Blues at Scottrade Center.
* Kevin Shattenkirk had three assists Sunday night, and now has 10 points (3g, 7a) in 2016-17 – tied for second most on the club. Including a goal and two helpers in the season opener, Shattenkirk has five points (1g, 4a) during his current three-game scoring streak vs. the Blackhawks.
* Chicago has seven different skaters with at least 10 points in 2016-17 – second most of any NHL club (Rangers – 8). Artem Anisimov (17) and Patrick Kane (16) have combined for 33 points this season (tied with Mark Scheifele and Patrik Laine of the Jets for most of any pair of NHL teammates).