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

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13. Perry Turnbull

Turnbull made his name as an aggressor, accumulating more than 100 penalty minutes in seven of his nine NHL seasons. Playing in the offense-crazed NHL of the early 1980s, though, Turnbull was also a valuable goal scorer and had three straight seasons with 30 or more goals from 1980 to 1983. His most productive scoring season came in 1980-81, when he scored 34 goals in 75 games. Over his 396 regular-season games in a St. Louis Blues uniform, Turnbull scored 139 goals, or roughly one in every three games. That steady production through six seasons wearing the Note earns him a spot right outside the Top 10 among our greatest-ever Blues scorers.

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