Your 2019-2020 Points Leaders

Officially, the NHL’s 2019-2020 season is 71 games. Nobody foresaw that it would be shortened due to a worldwide pandemic. But here we are: the playoffs will start soon, and we have the first shortened season since the lockout-shortened one of 2013.

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Zach Sanford provided surprising but welcome secondary scoring in the shortened 2019-2020 season.

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Life Goes On

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In the midst of COVID-19 uncertainty, one thing will always be true: the Blues won the Stanley Cup

Life is kind of come to a standstill, in a sense. I’m working from home, starting this week. Many are across the country, while other jobs are suspended. The world has changed, and when it will go back to normal remains to be seen. Maybe soon, hopefully soon. Maybe not for a while.

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Best to be a 1st?

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LW David Perron is one of the anchor forwards for the Blues, and he is a former 1st-round draft pick

I recently had an interchange on Twitter about draft pick value. My discussion counterpart pointed out that after the top 15 picks, the likelihood of being an NHL regular decreases considerably.

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