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

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19. Tony McKegney

McKegney, who played for seven different franchises during a 13-year NHL career, had his greatest success as a scorer while wearing the Bluenote. McKegney set career highs in goals, assists and points during his first season in St. Louis, 1987-88. He recorded his only 40-goal season, leading the Blues, while also adding 38 assists.

McKegney missed some time due to injuries in 1988-89, but he still collected a respectable 25 goals in 71 games. McKegney exited St. Louis just as his prime was ending, being traded along with Bernie Federko to the Detroit Red Wings for Adam Oates and Paul MacLean following his second year with the Blues, but nevertheless it was an all too brief Blues career for a player who was very productive at putting the puck in the net during his brief time in St. Louis.

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