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Apr 11, 2014
Rotoworld
Steve Ott and the Blues were shut out by the Stars on Friday night, losing for the fifth straight game and essentially losing their grip on the Central Division.
Rotoworld Apr 11, 2014

Steve Ott, Blues lose fifth straight - Steve Ott (W) St Louis Blues

Steve Ott and the Blues were shut out by the Stars on Friday night, losing for the fifth straight game and essentially losing their grip on the Central Division.
St. Louis Game Time Apr 11, 2014

Steve Ott or a Penalty Kill?

Is nothing better than Steve Ott? Steve Ott has been brutal since coming over to the Blues.  No goals, 3 assists.  Minus 12 in 21 games.  It occurred to me that the Blues' Penalty Kill might be better than having Ott on the ice at 5v5.  Lets look at the numbers: The Penalty Kill has given up 41 goals and scored 6 in 478:37.  That's a net -35.  The penalty kill drops a goal further behind for every 820.5 seconds played.  Conversely, that's -4.4 goals per 60 minutes. Ott has been on the ice at 5v5 for 254:30.  With him on the ice the Blues have scored 4 goals and given up 16.  Ott...
St. Louis Game Time Apr 11, 2014

Steve Ott or a Penalty Kill?

Is nothing better than Steve Ott? Steve Ott has been brutal since coming over to the Blues. No goals, 3 assists. Minus 12 in 21 games. It occurred to me that the Blues' Penalty Kill might be better than having Ott on the ice at 5v5. Lets look at the numbers: The Penalty Kill has given up 41 goals and scored 6 in 478:37. That's a net -35. The penalty kill drops a goal further behind for every 820.5 seconds played. Conversely, that's -4.4 goals per 60 minutes. Ott has been on the ice at 5v5 for 254:30. With him on the ice the Blues have scored 4 goals and given up 16. Ott drops the...
Buffalo News Apr 3, 2014

Sabres notebook / Ott sees great future for Sabres ‘kids’

ST. LOUIS — Steve Ott’s work for the morning with his new team was done. But he wanted to make sure to stick around long enough to salute his old one.As the Buffalo Sabres were opening their morning skate Thursday in Scottrade Center, their former captain stood on a vacant bench in the empty arena. Coach Ted Nolan came over to greet him and chat. Several former teammates, who had just started laps around the ice, made a quick right turn to stop and shake Ott’s hand, too.“When Ryan and I went to dinner with a lot of the boys last night, we reminisced on some good times,” Ott said,...

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