Alex Pietrangelo D STL 2 Months

Pietrangelo recorded his third multi-point night in his last four games, recording a goal and an assist during Friday's 4-3 OT win over Edmonton.

After posting just seven games in his first 19 games, Pietrangelo is finally starting to heat up, with six points in his last four contests. As we've seen lately, Pietrangelo can rack up a ton of points over very short stretches, which means he needs to be in your fantasy lineup each and every night.

Alex Pietrangelo D STL 2 Months

Pietrangelo added a pair of assists in Sunday's 4-2 win over the Jets.

After six consecutive games without a point, Pietrangelo has recorded four in the past days as he also had two helpers in Saturday's win. He now sits at 10 assists and should come close to last season's totals of 43 assists and 51 points.

Alex Pietrangelo D STL 2 Months

Pietrangelo dished out a pair of helpers in Saturday's 3-2 win over the Senators. He also skated to a plus-2 and fired four shots on goal.

The points snapped a six-game pointless streak for Pietrangelo, who is the classic example of a player being significantly more valuable on the ice than in fantasy. There's no doubt that the Olympic gold medalist is one of the best defensemen in hockey, but he's clearly been surpassed in fantasy value by fellow Blues rearguard Kevin Shattenkirk, who has seven more points, and is 11 ticks higher in the plus/minus department while spending nearly three minutes less per game on the ice. All that being said, Pietrangelo is still a productive fantasy blueliner who deserves to be owned in all leagues.

Alex Pietrangelo D STL 3 Months

Pietrangelo racked up a pair of assists and was a plus-2 in Saturday's win over Chicago.

A much need offensive outburst from Pietrangelo, who had gone four straight games without recording a point. The 24-year-old, who netted 51 points last season, was too good to stay quiet for long. Once the Blues begin to score more goals, expect Pietrangelo to rack up more points. He is a complete workhorse on the blueline, logging 25:52 of ice time in Saturday's win.

Alex Pietrangelo D STL 4 Months

Pietrangelo scored his first goal of the season Saturday against Calgary. He took three shots, blocked two, and added a hit.

Pietrangelo is a fantasy star whose only knock against last year was not scoring in double digits. Some early markers would alleviate any concern on that front.

Alex Pietrangelo D STL 10 Months

Alex Pietrangelo didn't play Sunday because of an undisclosed injury, but he's expected to play in the Blues' postseason opener.

The series begins in St. Louis on Thursday against Chicago. Pietrangelo amassed 51 points in 81 games from the back end in 2013-14.

Alex Pietrangelo D STL 11 Months

Alex Pietrangelo fired home his seventh goal of the season in the Blues' 3-2 overtime loss to Dallas on Tuesday night.

The 24 year-old has 44 points through 65 games this season.

Alex Pietrangelo D STL 11 Months

Alex Pietrangelo and Jay Bouwmeester have formed a solid pairing for Canada at the Olympics.

The two of them play together in St. Louis as well and they have helped the Blues maintain their presence as one of the better teams in the league. Pietrangelo and Bouwmeester have formed Canada's third defense pairing and their offensive contributions have been limited to one assist each, but they have been a vital part of Team Canada's outstanding transition game.

Alex Pietrangelo D STL 12 Months

Alex Pietrangelo became the first Blues' defenseman to record at least 40 points in his first three NHL seasons.

That's a pretty impressive achievement. In fact, with an assist Thursday night, Pietrangelo became the first NHL defenseman to manage that feat since Dion Phaneuf did it (2005-2008). Pietrangelo is an elite fantasy defenseman who always seems to be underrated. Don't let him slip beyond the second round next draft day.

Alex Pietrangelo D STL 12 Months

Alex Pietrangelo had an assist in the Blues' 4-3 shootout win over Nashville on Saturday.

Pietrangelo has six goals and 38 points in 54 games this season. That puts him in a tie for fourth place in the blueliner scoring race. He's not going to catch up with the likes of Erik Karlsson or Duncan Keith, but Pietrangelo is capable of maintaining his current pace and consequently comfortably surpassing the 50-point mark.