St. Louis Blues: Top 10 Single-Season Performances in Team History

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6. Bernie Federko (1985-86)

80 regular season games, 34 goals, 68 assists, +10 rating; 19 postseason games, 7 goals, 14 assists

More than going crazy in any particular season, Bernie Federko was just a consistently good offensive player, delivering 80-plus points in nine of his 11 full seasons spent in St. Louis. With that said, Federko’s best season arguably came in 1985-86, when he led the Blues in points while finishing seventh in the league in assists and tied for 12th overall in points. While it was the third highest-scoring season of his career, it was Federko’s best in terms of representing himself on both sides of the ice, as he finished with a career-high plus-10 rating (one of only three positive plus-minus ratings during the course of his career).

Perhaps as much as any player on this list, Federko was remarkably skilled as both a scorer and a setup man, and it was pretty much a given that he’d appear at some point on this list considering all the great seasons he had. It was one of four 100-plus-point seasons during the course of his career, so some of his other years would certainly be in the discussion for honorable mentions.

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