St. Louis Blues: Top 20 Goal Scorers in Franchise History

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7. Bernie Federko

Federko was an all-around star who was more skilled as a passer than as a goal scorer. With that said, he had a 41-goal season in 1983-84 and has the second-most goals in Blues history with 352, so he definitely deserved a spot in the Top 10. While it needs to be considered that Federko played much of his prime during some of the highest-scoring seasons in NHL history, it can’t be ignored that he had seven seasons with 30 or more goals, including four straight from 1978 to 1982. In addition, he showed the ability to be an impactful playoff scorer, collecting eight goals in 11 games for the Blues during the 1980-81 playoffs, while scoring 35 goals overall in 91 career playoff games for the Blues.

He may not have been a true sniper in the mold of Brett Hull or Vladimir Tarasenko, but the stats don’t lie as far as his scoring production is concerned.

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