|Apr. 10 4:11 PM PT5:11 PM MT6:11 PM CT7:11 PM ET11:11 PM GMT7:11 AM 北京时间4:11 PM MST6:11 PM EST-Tkachuk has played his final NHL game, and the Blues forward did it in front of the home fans back in St. Louis.
Analysis: The Blues scratched the 38-year-old Tkachuk from Saturday night's regular-season finale at Nashville. The team held a postgame ceremony to honor his career after a 6-3 win over Anaheim in St. Louis on Friday night. Tkachuk, one of four NHL players with 1,000 points and 2,000 penalty minutes, had a couple of assists in that win after announcing his retirement on Wednesday.
|Apr. 10 11:40 AM PT12:40 PM MT1:40 PM CT2:40 PM ET6:40 PM GMT2:40 AM 北京时间11:40 AM MST1:40 PM EST-Tkachuk set up the tying goal and assisted on an insurance goal in his home finale with the St. Louis Blues, adding meaning to the pomp after a 6-3 victory over the Anaheim Ducks on Friday night.
Analysis: Tkachuk will be remembered fondly by St. Louis fans. ``It was a special moment as soon as I got on the ice in warmups and it carried on all game,'' Tkachuk said. ``The way it ended, you couldn't have scripted it better. It was incredible.''
|Apr. 8 10:53 PM PT11:53 PM MT12:53 AM CT1:53 AM ET5:53 AM GMT1:53 PM 北京时间10:53 PM MST12:53 AM EST-Tkachuk is retiring after the season and will play his final home game Friday night.
Analysis: The 38-year-old Tkachuk played in his 1,200th game Monday night but was scratched Wednesday night at Chicago because of a lower-body injury, a day after the Blues were eliminated from the playoff race. Tkachuk has 1,063 points on 538 goals and 525 assists and 2,219 penalty minutes. In January, the five-time All-Star and four-time U.S. Olympian became the fourth player in NHL history with 1,000 points and 2,200 penalty minutes.
|Mar. 29 8:30 AM PT9:30 AM MT10:30 AM CT11:30 AM ET3:30 PM GMT11:30 PM 北京时间8:30 AM MST10:30 AM EST-Tkachuk scored the winner on his 38th birthday, and the St. Louis Blues maintained slim playoff hopes with a 2-1 victory over the Edmonton Oilers on Sunday night.
Analysis: Tkachuk's 13th of the season was his first in 15 games. It snapped a 1-1 tie 7:36 into the third period. Tkachuk has 54 points in 63 career games against Edmonton. "It's a big win at home. We're still alive, and you get on the board, finally," Tkachuk said. "It seems like a long time, so it's nice to contribute."
|Feb. 13 9:18 PM PT10:18 PM MT11:18 PM CT12:18 AM ET5:18 AM GMT1:18 PM 北京时间10:18 PM MST12:18 AM EST-Tkachuk has not played since Feb. 9 due to left pinky surgery.
Analysis: According to the Belleville News Democrat, Tkachuk has accompanied the Blues on their current road trip, so he may return soon.
|Jan. 31 12:14 PM PT1:14 PM MT2:14 PM CT3:14 PM ET8:14 PM GMT4:14 AM 北京时间1:14 PM MST3:14 PM EST-Tkachuk became the fourth player in league history to record 2,200 penalty minutes and 1,000 points when he was whistled for high-sticking in the second period in Saturday's loss to Columbus.
Analysis: Tkachuk has been on the winning team in three playoff series in his career, getting eliminated in the first round 11 times.
|Jan. 17 8:52 AM PT9:52 AM MT10:52 AM CT11:52 AM ET4:52 PM GMT12:52 AM 北京时间9:52 AM MST11:52 AM EST-Tkachuk had two assists in a 4-1 win over the Rangers on Saturday.
Analysis: Tkachuk has 16 assists for the season.
|Jan. 3 12:06 PM PT1:06 PM MT2:06 PM CT3:06 PM ET8:06 PM GMT4:06 AM 北京时间1:06 PM MST3:06 PM EST-The Belleville News-Democrat is reporting that Tkachuk has undergone oral surgery after losing several teeth in Saturday's 6-3 loss to Chicago.
Analysis: Tkachuk's status to return is uncertain for the floundering Blues.
|Dec. 17 10:08 PM PT11:08 PM MT12:08 AM CT1:08 AM ET6:08 AM GMT2:08 PM 北京时间11:08 PM MST1:08 AM EST-Tkachuk suffered a lower-body injury late in Tuesday's 4-3 win over Calgary, according to the St. Louis Post-Dispatch, and he was a healthy scratch Wednesday against Chicago.
Analysis: Tkachuk, who has just one goal and two assists in his last 10 games, scored a goal in his return, a 6-3 loss to visiting Tampa Bay on Friday night.
|Nov. 20 1:36 PM PT2:36 PM MT3:36 PM CT4:36 PM ET9:36 PM GMT5:36 AM 北京时间2:36 PM MST4:36 PM EST-Tkachuk ended a 14-game goal scoring drought and added an assist in Thursday night's 3-2 overtime win over visiting Phoenix.
Analysis: It was the first mulitpoint performance for Tkachuk since Oct. 8. He has four goals and seven assists in 18 games this season.
|Oct. 4 5:27 PM PT6:27 PM MT7:27 PM CT8:27 PM ET12:27 AM GMT8:27 AM 北京时间5:27 PM MST7:27 PM EST-Tkachuk had two power-play goals and an assist as the St. Louis overcame a two-goal deficit for the second straight night, beating the Red Wings 5-3 on Saturday to sweep the two-game series.
Analysis: Tkachuk had an assist in the Blues' win over Detroit on Friday and has looked good early on, particularly for a forward who's 37 years old.
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