CAREER AS A BLUE: 542GP – 209-218-427 - 676 PIM
--427 Blues points is sixth all-time in franchise history (26 behind fifth place Al MacInnis)
--Ranks fifth on the Blues all-time goals list with 209 (83 behind Garry Unger)
--Ranks seventh in Blues franchise history with 29 game winning goals (tied with Brian Sutter)
--Ranks fourth in Blues franchise history with 96 power play goals (11 behind Brian Sutter)
--Ranks tenth in the NHL all time with 212 power play goals (three behind ninth place Joe Nieuwendyk)
--Among U.S. born players, Tkachuk ranks second in career goals with 538 (7 behind first place Mike Modano) and fifth in total points with 1,065 (T with Joe Mullen for fourth place).
**Named the NHL third star of the week for the week ending Oct. 4 2009
** 1/30/10 vs. CBJ (2 PIM) Became just the 4th player to collect over 2,200 PIM and 1,000 points
-- Registered three points (2g, 1a) on April 10 vs. Columbus, marking the first time that he has had three consecutive multiple-point games in one season since December 2005, when he had four straight three-point games for St. Louis.
-- Tied for 8th in the NHL with 14 power play goals.
-- Posted his 200th assist as a Blue on April 10 vs. Columbus.
-- Had seven points (3g, 4a) in the final four games.
-- Scored his 20th goal of the season on March 10 vs. Dallas marking the 15th time in his career that he has scored 20-or-more goals.
-- Passed Pierre Turgeon for 7th place on the Blues' all-time game winning goals
list when he scored his 26th game-winning goal as a Blue on Feb. 7 vs. Colorado.
-- Won 51.4% of his face-offs.
-- Ranked second on the team in power play goals (14), third in shots (185) third in goals (25) and fourth in points (49).
-- Recorded his 600th penalty minute as a Blue on Feb. 12 at Nashville.
-- Played in his 1,100th NHL game on Jan. 29 vs. Ottawa.
-- Notched his 500th career assist on Jan 19 at Boston.
-- Was named to the Western Conference All-Star Team for the 5th time in his career and the second time as a Blue.
-- Passed Garry Unger for fourth place on the Blues' all-time power play goal list by scoring his 87th career power play goal as a Blue on Jan. 3 vs. Columbus.
-- Notched his 1,000th career point on Nov. 30 at Atlanta.
-- Posted a career-high eight-game goal streak (7 goals) from April 5, 2008-Oct. 22, 2008.
-- Passed Red Berenson for 6th place on the Blues all-time goals list on Oct. 11 at New York Islanders.
2008-09: Won 10-18 face-offs (56.0%), had five hits and two shots in game three on April 19 vs. Vancouver ... Recorded four hits and won 8-15 face-offs (53.0%) in game two on April 17 at Vancouver ... Registered two penalty minutes and three hits in game one on April 15 at Vancouver.
2006-07: Skated in four games with the Thrashers, registering three points (1g, 2a) and 12 penalty minutes. 2003-04: Recorded a pair of assists along with 10 penalty minutes while averaging 19:18 minutes of ice time in five postseason contests. 2002-03: Played in seven games, notching four points (1g, 3a) ... Tallied his 50th career post season point and 150th career post season penalty minute in game five on April 18 at Vancouver ... Collected two power-play assists and one game-winning assist ... Tied for second on the club with 14 penalty minutes. 2001-02: Finished tied for second on the team with 10 points (5g, 5a) ... Recorded his first career post-season hat trick on May 7 vs. Detroit ... Three of his five assists came on the power play. 2000-01: Registered nine points (2g, 7a) and helped the Blues reach the Western Conference Finals. 1999-2000: Played in five games, recording two points (1g, 1a). 1998-99: Played in seven games, recording four points (1g, 3a). 1997-98: Notched six points (3g, 3a) in six games. 1996-97: Registered six goals and seven penalty minutes in seven games. 1995-96: Tallied three points (1g, 2a) and 22 penalty minutes in six games. 1992-93: Played in six games, scoring four goals and posted 14 penalty minutes. 1991-92: Made his postseason debut, recording three goals and 30 penalty minutes.