Breaking Down a Unique Blues Power-Play

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Breaking Down a Unique Blues Power-Play
Breaking Down a Unique Blues Power-Play

The St. Louis Blues power-play has been the team's greatest asset this year. They've been truly dynamic, scoring 16 goals in 61 power-play opportunities. This gives them a 26.1 percent success rate, the third-best of any NHL team this year. In her latest piece, Ariel Melendez dives more into the unit's role in the team's recent success. The power-play's dominance goes to show how tremendous a job general manager Doug Armstrong did when he signed Marc Savard this summer. Savard joined the team as an assistant coach with one goal in mind: fixing the power-play. After putting a completely new system in play, Savard has done just that. Last Year's System The Blues had a very old-school power-play

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