The St. Louis Blues continue to get contributions from nearly everyone they put on the ice, and with it, their best start to a season in 15 years.
St. Louis will try for its fifth straight win on Friday night when it visits the Detroit Red Wings, who will be looking to avenge their worst season-opening loss in over half a century.
The Blues (6-1-0) can match their 7-1-0 start from the 1997-98 season with a win. After the team's only loss of the season to Chicago on Jan. 22, they've responded with four straight victories, including a 4-1 win at Columbus on Thursday.
St. Louis tallied three goals in the game's first 14 minutes. All four scores came from a different player, and seven players recorded an assist.
It was another example of offensive depth for the Blues, who have three players with at least four goals and five others with at least four assists.
"That's what our whole team is about," said defenseman Barret Jackman, who scored his second goal less than three minutes int...