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Vladimir Tarasenko won’t be getting traded this off-season

We all know what happened last year after the Colorado Avalanche bounced the Blues in four first-round games. Vladimir Tarasenko, who had finally successfully returned from repeated shoulder surgeries, headed to the World Championships to represent Russia. That was a confirmation that his shoulder was improving, which should’ve made Blues fans breathe a sigh of relief.
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Blues 2021-22 Report Cards: Vladimir Tarasenko

The St. Louis Blues 2021-22 season represented a major transition for the franchise. No longer a stout defensive team built from the blueline out, they finished second in the NHL in goals scored, with nine forwards recording 20-plus goals. Though the season came to an end in a six-game defeat by the Colorado Avalanche in the second round, there are plenty of highs and lows to reflect on. In this series, we’ll evaluate each player who played 10 or more games with the team (as well as the head coach and general manager), grading their individual performance and looking at their future with the team.
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Blues' Vladimir Tarasenko: One of each in Game 5 win

Tarasenko scored a goal on five shots, dished an assist and went plus-3 in Wednesday's 5-4 overtime win over the Avalanche in Game 5. Tarasenko sparked the Blues' comeback in the second period, then set up Robert Thomas for the game-tying goal late in the third. This was Tarasenko's first multi-point game since his Game 5 hat trick against the Wild. He'd been limited to a single assist in the first four games in the second round. Overall, the winger is at six tallies, three helpers, 30 shots on net, 20 hits and a minus-3 rating in 11 playoff outings.
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Blues' Vladimir Tarasenko: Contributes power-play helper

Tarasenko registered a power-play assist, two shots on goal and four hits in Thursday's 4-1 win over the Avalanche in Game 2. Tarasenko helped out on the first of David Perron's two goals in the game, which came on a 5-on-3 advantage. The 30-year-old Tarasenko is at five goals, two helpers, 18 shots on net, 15 hits and a minus-3 rating through eight playoff contests. Three of his seven points have been of the power-play variety.
SAINT LOUIS, MO

Vladimir Tarasenko scores hat trick in third period to give Blues 3-2 series lead

ST. PAUL, Minn. — Vladimir Tarasenko broke out for the St. Louis Blues with a well-timed natural hat trick, putting the Minnesota Wild in real trouble. Afterward, Tarasenko tried to shrug off the significance of his feat — with the singular focus of a player who was a major part of the run to the Stanley Cup championship three years ago. Tarasenko had three goals in the third period to pry open a tied game and series, and the Blues pushed the Wild to the edge of elimination with a 5-2 victory in Game 5 on Tuesday night. “It’s not the time to...
SAINT LOUIS, MO
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Blues' Vladimir Tarasenko: Tallies on power play

Tarasenko scored a power-play goal on two shots in Thursday's 5-1 win over the Wild in Game 6. Tarasenko's goal with 1:24 left in the second period drained the Wild's hopes of a comeback, as it gave the Blues a 4-0 lead. After a fairly quiet start to the first-round series, Tarasenko netted four goals in the last two games. The star winger has five tallies, one assist, 16 shots on net and a minus-2 rating through six playoff outings.
SAINT LOUIS, MO
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Blues' Vladimir Tarasenko: Natural hat trick in third period

Tarasenko recorded a natural hat trick, five shots on goal and a plus-3 rating in Tuesday's 5-2 win over the Wild in Game 5. Tarasenko scored two goals 1:28 apart early in the third period to give the Blues a lead, and he sealed his hat trick with an empty-netter. He'd been kept off the scoresheet in three of the first four games in the series. The winger is up to four tallies, one assist, 14 shots on net, eight hits and a minus-3 rating in five playoff contests.
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Blues' Vladimir Tarasenko: Records two points in loss

Tarasenko picked up a goal and an assist in Wednesday's 6-2 loss to the Wild. Tarasenko assisted on Jordan Kyrou's power-play tally in the second before adding a goal early in the third. The 30-year-old forward now has 36 goals and 17 assists in 80 career playoff games. Tarasenko finished the regular season with a career-best 82 points with 34 goals and 48 assists.
SAINT LOUIS, MO
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Vladimir Tarasenko is the Blues’ nominee for the Masterton Trophy

The PHWA’s releasing the Masterton Trophy nominees, and this year is has a very deserving crop of players. Former Blue Jaden Schwartz is the Seattle Kraken’s nominee after fighting back from injury and the sudden passing of his father. The Blues nominee is Vladimir Tarasenko, who has had an unexpectedly excellent season after bouncing back from multiple shoulder surgeries.
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Blues' Vladimir Tarasenko: On 10-game point streak

Tarasenko scored a goal on four shots and added an assist in Sunday's 6-3 win over the Ducks. Tarasenko scored the game-tying goal at 8:37 of the second period. He also helped out on Justin Faulk's goal later in the frame, which stood as the game-winner. Tarasenko has nine tallies and 12 helpers during a 10-game point streak. The 30-year-old winger has had arguably the best bounce-back season in the league with 34 tallies, 82 points, 227 shots on net, 79 hits and a plus-10 rating through 73 contests overall.
SAINT LOUIS, MO