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Alex Pietrangelo | Defenseman | #27

Team: St Louis Blues
Age / DOB:  (26) / 1/18/1990
Ht / Wt:  6'3' / 210
Drafted: 2008 / Rd. 1 (4) / STL
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Alex Pietrangelo could be the next captain of the St. Louis Blues.
"He was an assistant captain at a young age and he has leadership qualities that we've seen," said GM Doug Armstrong. "As he gets more and more comfortable in the leadership role he's certainly growing into an elite player that has a presence on the ice." Pietrangelo and Alexander Steen are the two most likely candidates for the captaincy after David Backes left for Boston via free agency. Jul 29 - 12:04 PM

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Alex Pietrangelo is feeling fine after he was checked from behind on Tuesday night in Game 3.

He took part in the team's optional skate on Wednesday. "No, I'm good," he said. "Just a little scratch on my eye. That's all." Pietrangelo had one assist and a plus-2 rating in the Blues' 6-1 win over Dallas on Tuesday.
May 4 - 2:26 PM

Alex Pietrangelo is averaging just under 30 minutes of ice time per game this postseason.

Pietrangelo's 29:56 per game is the highest among remaining players this postseason. The 26-year-old has also produced at a decent clip. He has one goal and six points in eight playoff games. Pietrangelo and the Blues will take on the Dallas Stars in Game 2 of their best-of-seven series today at 3:00 p.m. ET. The Stars lead the series 1-0.
May 1 - 2:29 PM

Alex Pietrangelo averaged 30:33 of ice time in Round 1 against Chicago and he produced six points.

He had a plus-2 rating in Game 7 and elevated his game in the series. "We had him at the Olympics, so I've seen this level of play from him before," GM Doug Armstrong said. "He had a great series. He and (Chicago's Duncan) Keith were two of the top guys in the league and they played like that during the series."
Apr 27 - 9:33 AM

Alex Pietrangelo thinks the hockey gods are testing the St. Louis Blues right now.

"The Hockey Gods are testing us right now," Pietrangelo said. "I still thought we deserved to win the game. The puck ends up right back on (Kane’s) stick somehow, and he finds an open net. I thought we played one of our better games. We deserved to win and we will get ready for the next one. It’s still 3-2."
Apr 24 - 11:33 AM

Alex Pietrangelo's mitts were all over the Blues' side of the scoresheet in Thursday's 4-3 double overtime loss to Chicago in Game 5.

Pietrangelo assisted on each of St. Louis' goals, raising his postseason total up to five. Which ties him with Patrick Kane, Tyler Johnson and Nicklas Backstrom for the league lead in that department. Pietrangelo also logged 39:49 of ice time, while registering five shots and five blocks.
Apr 22 - 1:47 AM

Alex Pietrangelo has been logging heavy minutes in the postseason.

His 28:54 of playing time per game is the third most in the league. "It's been fine for me," said Pietrangelo. "It's kind of been the same that it's been throughout the year, playing those minutes. If that's what I need to do, that's what I need to do."
Apr 18 - 5:08 PM

Alex Pietrangelo picked up an assist during Sunday's 3-2 Game 3 win over Chicago.

Pietrangelo now has two helpers in three games this postseason. Which boosts his career total to 12 assists and 14 points through 29 games in the playoffs.
Apr 17 - 6:52 PM

Alex Pietrangelo scored his first goal in seven games during Friday's 6-5 loss to Boston.

It's been a trying season for the talented blue liner, filled with injury and woe. He's now up to six goals and 31 points in 69 games thus far. So it looks like he has a chance to finish with modest totals after all.
Apr 2 - 12:04 AM

Alex Pietrangelo scored the overtime game-winning goal for the Blues in their 5-4 victory against the Stars on Saturday night.

He also had an assist to give him 28 points. This was a fun one as Dallas needed two third-period goals to tie up the game and force overtime. Pietrangelo ripped his fifth goal of the season past Antti Niemi at 2:11 of overtime. He hasn’t been the standout we’ve come to know on the offensive side of things, but it wouldn’t be surprising to see him get a half-point per game the rest of the way. Kevin Shattenkirk (two goals), Vladimir Tarasenko (goal, assist) and Troy Brouwer got the goals. Paul Stastny chipped in with three assists, while Robby Fabrri and Jaden Schwartz had two helpers apiece.

During Sunday's 5-2 win over Carolina, Alex Pietrangelo picked up a goal and an assist in his first game back from injury.

The Blues' top defender played a team high 23 minutes as well as collecting five blocks. He's now up to five goals and 27 points in 57 games this season.
Feb 28 - 6:00 PM

Alex Pietrangelo has been taken off IR, and will play in Sunday's match with Carolina.

Pietrangelo has missed the last nine games with a knee injury, and the Blues went a disappointing 5-4-0 in that span including three straight losses where they've been outscored 13-4. Pietrangelo meanwhile has posted three goals and 23 points with 103 blocks in 55 games this season.
Feb 27 - 9:26 PM

There is a very good chance Alex Pietrangelo will be in the Blues' lineup Saturday afternoon against the Predators.

He looked good in practices this week and the team has said it is up to Pietrangelo himself if he feels ready. Hockey players usually want to play if they can, so we are betting Pietrangelo chooses to dress for Saturday's matinee against the Preds.
Feb 27 - 1:27 PM

Alex Pietrangelo (knee) might be back in the lineup as early as this weekend.

He looked good during Wednesday's practice and the Blues will make a determination on his status based on he feels following sessions on Thursday and Friday.
Feb 24 - 1:14 PM

Alex Pietrangelo (knee) took part in Monday's morning skate.

He didn't appear to have any limitations during the session, but he won't play against San Jose. Pietrangelo still looks like he could return from his knee injury ahead of schedule.
Feb 22 - 4:42 PM

Depth Charts

All Positions
PosRoleName
C1Paul Stastny
2Jori Lehtera
3Kyle Brodziak
4Ivan Barbashev
LW1Alexander Steen
2Jaden Schwartz
3David Perron
4Robby Fabbri
5Magnus Paajarvi
6Landon Ferraro
RW1Vladimir Tarasenko
2Patrik Berglund
3Dmitrij Jaskin
4Scottie Upshall
5Ryan Reaves
D1Kevin Shattenkirk
2Alex Pietrangelo
3Jay Bouwmeester
4Colton Parayko
5Joel Edmundson
6Carl Gunnarsson
7Robert Bortuzzo
G1Jake Allen
2Carter Hutton