The NHL is apparently tracking some statistics they aren’t sharing publicly on their website. In the era of advanced statistics, the league is aware that more and more fans want more and more ways to track and evaluate their teams and players. With that in mind, the league has been slowly rolling out some interesting and unique stats into their NHL Network broadcast.
One of these...
See that man above? That’s St. Louis Blues defenseman Alex Pietrangelo. As you can see,...
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Year Team GP G A PTS +/-
2008 STL 8 0 1 1 0
2009 STL 9 1 1 2 -9
2010 STL 79 11 32 43 18
2011 STL 81 12 39 51 16
2012 STL 47 5 19 24 0
2013 STL 81 8 43 51 20
Alex Pietrangelo | Defenseman
D-Men Rank: #6
Team: St Louis Blues
Age / DOB: (24) / 1/18/1990
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Here’s a story you already knew. Blues fans are more than aware that Alex Pietrangelo is one of the best defenseman in the NHL, but in case they and other hockey fans forgot, Pietrangelo was recently ranked 7th among all d-men heading into 2014-15 by NHL.com.
Here’s what they had to say about Petro:
Pietrangelo is, in a sense, the ideal defenseman because he does everything well...
EA has been slowly revealing their player ratings for NHL 15 over the last couple of weeks. To date, there hasn’t been much to get excited about for Blues fans. That changed when EA unveiled their top-50 player, based on ratings, for the game which comes out in September. David Backes and Alex Pietrangelo cracked the top-50 list, checking in at 38th and 31st, respectively.
ST. LOUIS -- The Blues didn't take home any individual awards at the 2014 NHL Awards show Tuesday night in Las Vegas, but three players finished in the running, and one received all-star team acclaim.
For the second time in three seasons, defenseman Alex Pietrangelo was selected to the NHL Second All-Star Team.
The No. 4 overall pick in the 2008 draft, Pietrangelo has quickly established...
Alex Pietrangelo was mic’d up during Game 1 between the Blues and Blackhawks. Even after being on the ice for over 44 minutes (44:08 to be exact), Pietrangelo still had plenty of energy left to celebrate Alexander Steen’s goal.
Things that make this video awesome:
1. Steve Ott is apparently “Otter” according to Pietrangelo.
2. That giggle after Steen scores.
3. Muffled screams...
St. Louis Blues defenseman Alex Pietrangelo fell down at center ice at the same time Kevin Shattenkirk was pivoting backwards. Shattenkick never saw Pietrangelo and the two collided, giving the Philadelphia Flyers a 2 on 0. Lucky for them they had Ryan Miller back to make the save. This was a pretty bold defensive strategy the Blues were using here and I wouldn’t recommend it to...
ST. LOUIS -- It didn't take long for Alex Pietrangelo to switch his focus from winning the gold medal for Team Canada to winning a Stanley Cup with the St. Louis Blues in a few months.
Moments after Canada beat Sweden to win the gold medal, the Blues' defenseman found his coach, Ken Hitchcock, who was an assistant with Team Canada, on the ice at the Bolshoy Ice Dome in Sochi and...
Toronto Maple Leafs forward James van Riemsdyk threw the puck at the net from the halfway and it skipped towards the net. St. Louis Blues defenseman Alex Pietrangelo tried to corral the puck and he kicked it into the net past goalie Brian Elliott. The Blues went on to win the game 6-3 so Pietrangelo doesn’t have to feel too bad about it and you can be sure his teammates will...