The St. Louis Blues have nine players in the 2014 Winter Olympics men’s ice hockey tournament, and with the games taking place at such weird times it might be tough to keep track of how all our hometown boys are doing. As such, we’re going to keep a running tally of who’s done what and for which team, effectively giving you a one-stop shop for all your Blues Olympian needs.
There were only two contests during the first day of competition, but two Blues that did play, played quite well. Overall, here’s a look at how all nine players are doing so far.
Feel free to click on each individual name to check out that player’s Olympic spotlight as well.
David Backes – USA – 0 GP
Kevin Shattenkirk – USA – o GP
T.J. Oshie – USA – 0 GP
Patrik Berglund -Sweden – 1 GP, 1 G
Alexander Steen – Sweden – 1 GP, 1 A
Vladimir Tarasenko – Russia – 0 GP
Alex Pietrangelo – Canada – 0 GP
Jay Bouwmeester - Canada – 0 GP
Jaroslav Halak – Slovakia – o GP
The Blues are incredibly well represented in Sochi, and it’s outstanding to see so many familiar faces playing for their respective nations. So far Patrik Berglund and Alexander Steen are the only two players that have seen any game action, but they both produced a point in Sweden’s victory over the Czech Republic yesterday.
Things will get a bit hectic once the rest of the squads get rolling though, so keep it locked to BleedinBlue.com for the latest news and greatest opinions. Check us out on Facebook if you dare and “Like” us. We promise to like you back in real life.