St. Louis Blues: Will Chris Stewart Ever Repeat His 2010-2011 Numbers?

December 29th, 2012 by Jacob Born Leave a reply »
Hockey received a shot in the arm Friday, as the NHL sent the NHLPA a new CBA proposal to get a season started. The NHLPA is expected to counter Saturday, but hockey fans are once again optimistic that hockey will be seen in 2013. 

With fans turning to a future season, how will bubble players do in a shortened season. Specifically for the St. Louis Blues, Chris Stewart. 

Stewart came over to the Blues from the Colorado Avalanche in a blockbuster trade at the deadline in 2011. Stewart was seen as the major piece the Blues were receiving, while the Avalanche were getting former first pick Erik Johnson. Kevin Shattenkirk, Jay McClement and two first-round draft picks were also exchanged in the trade.

Fast forward to 2012, and the Blues have completely won the trade. Shattenkirk has become the biggest star of the trade, and Stewart has fallen into the limelight, mostly because of his plummet in production.

Stewart's 2010-2011 campaign was the best of his short career. Playing in 62 games, Stewart scored 28 goals and 53 points. During his time with the Blues, he put up 23 points in 26 games and was a major factor for the team down th ...

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