Originally posted on Frozen Notes  |  Last updated 3/2/14
Chris Stewart is one of the most frustrating and difficult players to analyze in the NHL. His time with the St. Louis Blues was always a tale of two different players - Stewart the lethal offensive weapon and Stewart the uninterested, sluggish forward.  The Ryan Miller / Steve Ott trade has officially ended Stewart's time in St. Louis. While analyzing and grading Jaroslav Halak's time with the Blues was fairly simple, Stewart is much more complex skater to review. A ton of NHL players carry the "streaky" adjective next to their name. Stewart is the definition of the word. One week he may lead the league in goals while the next he may look like a rookie, dazed and confused by the speed and pace of the NHL game. This inconsistency caused fans to sour on Stewart, a drastic change from the warm welcome he received when he first came to the Blues. Stewart arrived in St. Louis during the 2010-11 season with Kevin Shattenkirk in a deal which sent Erik Johnson and Jay McClemen...
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