Jaden Schwartz: Best Second Fiddle To Fiddle His Way To The Top | Let’s be real for a second. There were two rookies on the Blues to start the season, and one got all of the attention. That one was not Jaden Schwartz. Schwartz bounced from the first line to the fourth line and back again throughout the season, not because of poor play but because the coaching staff trusted him in many different roles. He did what was asked of him to little fanfare. He had a good season, and really turned it up towards the end, making him a shoo-in for the playoffs. And what a playoffs he had. He is the player who came in second in all of the events on Nickeloden’s GUTS but then totally killed it on the Aggro Crag, securing a come from behind victory. Schwartz made people notice him not by his name or hype or attention, but by his play. This award is very well deserved.
Someone unscrews Jaden’s water bottle after his second goal of the game. April 27, 2013 [x]
Top Seven Blues Games of the 2011-2012 NHL Season | Number 6: St. Louis @ Tampa Bay
March 17th, 2012
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This wasn’t the flashiest game of the season, but it was significant for a number of reasons. This game was Jaden Schwartz’s first in the NHL, and it also happened to be the game in which he scored his first NHL goal. The Blues’ other tallies came from David Perron and Patrik Berglund, who scored short-handed. After achieving a win in this game, the Blues became the first team in the NHL to clinch a playoff berth. Having missed the playoffs the previous two seasons, this was something for Blues fans to celebrate.
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