Jaden Schwartz LW STL 5 Days
Schwartz put on a clinic Saturday, scoring his first-career hat-trick and adding an assist in a win over Arizona.
All three of his goals were absolute snipes, as the Blues third line also consisting of Vladamir Tarasenko and Jori Lehtera combined for 10 points in the win. The 22-year-old Schwartz now has seven points through four games, including two power-play goals. It's very possible he surpasses the career-high 25 goals and 56 points he recorded in 2013-14.
Jaden Schwartz LW STL 14 Days
Schwartz scored a goal and added an assist Thursday, but it wasn't enough in a 3-2 loss to the Rangers.
The 22-year-old Schwartz is coming off a huge breakout season in which he established himself as one of the league's top up-and-coming two-way forwards, and he has a good chance to build on that this year, as the Blues will use him in a variety of situations. He's an exciting fantasy asset to own right now.
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Schwartz picked up two assists in Saturday's loss to Minnesota. It was his second preseason game as he tries to get ready for the regular season following a hold out as he negotiated a new contract with the Blues. He was on the ice for 17:02 of ice time.
The way Schwartz has played in the last two preseason games, it doesn't appear that missing most of camp has affected him much. His ice time will likely ramp up even more as he gets his legs under him.
Jaden Schwartz LW STL 21 Days
Schwartz made his debut for the Blues in Thursday's preseason game against Minnesota, notching an assist in more than 17 minutes of ice time.
The Blues have one more exhibition game for Schwartz to build up his stamina and get ready for the regular season. He will look to take another step in his development and build on last season's 56-point campaign.
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Schwartz is expected to make his pre-season debut Thursday against Minnesota, according to Jeremy Rutherford of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch.
Schwartz will get back on the ice with teammates in a game for the first time since re-signing with the Blues. He is looking to build on his breakout season by getting into camp early enough to be ready for the Blues' opener on October 9.
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Schwartz signed a two-year, $4.7 million contract with the Blues on Saturday, Bob McKenzie of TSN reports.
Schwartz was a breakout player for the Blues last season, racking up 25 goals and 31 assists in 80 games. He was part of the team's most effective offensive unit in the playoffs, and at just 22 years old, his most valuable fantasy days should still be ahead of him.
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Schwartz, a restricted free agent, remains unsigned with one day left before camp opens, reports Andy Strickland of Fox Sports Midwest.
Reports suggest that Schwartz and the Blues remain far apart. The 22 year-old had a break out season with 56 points and a plus-28 rating. It is unlikely that he will miss time in the regular season and hopefully any time he misses in camp does not cause him to get off to a slow start.
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Jaden Schwartz hopes to become an integral piece of the St. Louis Blues' future.
"I want to be a big part of this team. I played pretty well this season," he said. "There's always things you can improve on and things I can learn. I was pretty happy with the way the the regular season went. As the season went on, I felt like my role got bigger and I kind of wanted to keep that momentum going into next year." The 21-year-old forward amassed 25 goals and 56 points in 80 games. He also added three points in six playoff matches. Schwartz has great offensive and defensive instincts and he should continue to develop his game next year.
Jaden Schwartz LW STL 7 Months
St. Louis forward Jaden Schwartz scored a shorthanded marker for the Blues in a 4-2 loss to Minnesota Thursday night.
The young winger has taken a significant step forward this year and has become an integral part of the Blues offense. Kevin Shattenkirk added a power play tally in the defeat, which was his 10th of the season.
Jaden Schwartz LW STL 7 Months
Jaden Schwartz opened the scoring in Saturday's 4-1 loss to Philadelphia.
His shorthanded marker got the Blues on board early in the first period, but it was all the offense the team could muster. Kevin Shattenkirk and Vladimir Sobotka assisted on Schwartz's 22nd tally of the season.