Blues’ Hutton sets franchise record with shutout vs. Jets

Carter Hutton has a spot in the record books.

The St. Louis Blues goaltender denied all 48 shots fired his way Saturday by the Winnipeg Jets, and in doing so notched a franchise record for the most saves in a shutout.

The mark was previously held by Chris Mason, who made 47 saves to blank the Nashville Predators in November 2008.

Saturday's performance improved Hutton's already impressive stat line this season. He now has a mind-boggling .949 save percentage and 1.63 goals-against average in nine appearances.

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