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02-13-2012, 12:26 PM
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Team Shutouts

I got curious this morning where we stand in terms of team shutouts.

Per this link it looks like Halak/Elliot's 11 is currently tied for 23rd all time. We're currently on pace to hit 16 shutouts as a team which would put us in second to the '28-29 Canadians(22).

Just some food for thought.

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Under Payne there was only one shutout in 13 games, under Hitchock Blues have had 10 shutouts in 42 games. That's just incredible.

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But those stats are individual goalies. Is there a stat for two goalies combining shutouts?

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But those stats are individual goalies. Is there a stat for two goalies combining shutouts?
That's what he is saying. AS A TEAM we have 11. Halak is tied for first in the league with 6 and Elliott has 5.

When you are talking about team stats it doesn't matter who is contributing.

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Really nice bounce-back after getting pulled in the Devils' game (for Halak).

I like the duel between these two for who can get the most shut-outs.

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Really nice bounce-back after getting pulled in the Devils' game (for Halak).

I like the duel between these two for who can get the most shut-outs.
What was awesome about Halak getting pulled is he had a great bounce-back game. Elliott and Halak have each others back too. This team really is the definition of a team. If somebody just isn't getting it for a night or is having a bad day, the rest of the team really knows how to pick them up.

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But those stats are individual goalies. Is there a stat for two goalies combining shutouts?
yes, that's just individuals. However, I just found this link that shows teams. according to this, the top spots should stay as is with the exception of roy worters combining his 13 with flat walsh's 3 for second place.

either way, if the blues make it to 16, that puts them in some very special company.

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What was awesome about Halak getting pulled is he had a great bounce-back game. Elliott and Halak have each others back too. This team really is the definition of a team. If somebody just isn't getting it for a night or is having a bad day, the rest of the team really knows how to pick them up.
That is what I love about the Blues, and they don't have just 1-2 people who make most of the goals and who are the "stars" while the others are just background. I much prefer a "team" team where many are contributers.

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That is what I love about the Blues, and they don't have just 1-2 people who make most of the goals and who are the "stars" while the others are just background. I much prefer a "team" team where many are contributers.
Exactly. This is one of the best things about being a Blues fan. An actual team. They care about each other and back each other up, it's a great group of bros

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Really nice bounce-back after getting pulled in the Devils' game (for Halak).

I like the duel between these two for who can get the most shut-outs.
Elliott deserves credit for half a shut out after finally helping us win a shootout. No idea why unimpeded breakaways are a team weakness.

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In 1968-69, Glenn Hall had 8, and Jacques Plante had 5, for a Blues' record tandem total of 13. It looks like Halak/Elliott will break that record.

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What was awesome about Halak getting pulled is he had a great bounce-back game. Elliott and Halak have each others back too. This team really is the definition of a team. If somebody just isn't getting it for a night or is having a bad day, the rest of the team really knows how to pick them up.
Yeah I agree, I've noticed that the players all seem to gel really well and I think that's making a big difference in how they're playing. They all seem so close and it looks like they all trust each other.

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...and with last night's win over Nashville, the team records for single season shutouts, most consecutive minutes without allowing a goal fall, as well as tying Greg Millen for most consecutive shutouts (3) and tying the '69-'70 Blackhawks for most team shutouts in post-expansion hockey (15).

http://www.stltoday.com/sports/hocke...8f98fb6f4.html

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