Jake Allen RUMORS & NEWS

  • Blues’ Allen says he still needs to prove he’s a ‘legit’ No. 1 goalie

    Pro Hockey Talk "The goaltending roles in St. Louis have been clearly defined this summer. Jake Allen is the No. 1 netminder and Carter Hutton, a free agent acquisition, is the No. 2. For the past two seasons, especially, Allen and Brian Elliott were both counted on to shoulder the goaltending duties, but the..." July 24

  • Blues bet on Jake Allen, sign goaltender to 4-year extension

    Sportsnet "The St. Louis Blues paved the way for Jake Allen to take over No. 1 goaltender duties when they traded Brian Elliott to the Calgary Flames at the NHL Draft. The Blues signed Allen to a four-year, $17.4-million contract extension, the team announced Friday. Allen’s extension kicks in to start..." July 01

  • Blues prepared to use Allen-Elliott tandem again

    St. Louis Post-Dispatch "The Blues’ decision to keep two experienced goalies, up-and-comer Jake Allen and veteran Brian Elliott, on their 2015-16 roster, turned out to be one of the smartest moves of the season. While a team like Montreal saw star goaltender Carey Price get hurt and its season disintegrate, the Blues..." June 08

  • Blues turn to Elliott for elimination Game 6

    The Score "Brian Elliott will be back in net when the St. Louis Blues attempt to stave off elimination for a third time in these playoffs Wednesday in Game 6 of the Western Conference Final versus the San Jose Sharks. Head coach Ken Hitchcock confirmed Tuesday that Elliott will return to the starter's..." May 24

  • Blues will stick with Jake Allen as starting goalie for Game 5

    CBS Sports "After his 31-save performance in the St. Louis Blues' 6-3 win in Game 4 Saturday night, Jake Allen will get the nod again for Game 5. The 25-year-old netminder will be making his second straight start in net after spelling Brian Elliott, who had essentially been the Blues' playoffs MVP to that..." May 22

  • Allen's status uncertain for Game 5 of Sharks-Blues

    CSN Bay Area "Martin Jones took the loss on Saturday, getting pulled after allowing four goals on 19 shots. There’s virtually no doubt he’ll return to the starter’s net for Game 5. Jake Allen, starting for the first time this playoff year, got the Game 4 win with 31 saves. The team in front of him played its..." May 22

  • St. Louis Blues set to start Jake Allen in Game 4 desperation move

    The Comeback "The St. Louis Blues haven’t been this close to the Stanley Cup since 1991, and head coach Ken Hitchcock sees his team with their back to the wall once again. After going down 2-1 in the Western Conference finals to the San Jose Sharks, the Blues are literally looking to throw the kitchen sink..." May 20

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    Jeremy Rutherford @jprutherford

    Allen says he'll be ready to go Game 1.