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Jake Allen is the goalie for the St. Louis Blues of the National Hockey League. Allen took over main goaltending duties down the stretch this season for the Blues, helping lead the squad to the Central Division title. Born in Fredericton in 1990, he was the 34th pick overall in the 2008 NHL Entry Draft.
Allen played for the Midget "AAA" Canadians and was drafted in the third round of the QMJHL draft to the St. John's Fog Devils. After one season with the Fog Devils Allen was picked to play for the Under-18 World Hockey Championship in Kazan, Russia where he won gold. Allen was named tournament MVP. The following season, Allen was picked to play in the World Juniors in Saskatoon, winning silver and posting 4 wins and 1 loss (in the final). That same year, Allen posted a save percentage of .933% and 1.75 GAA, winning the Jacques Plante trophy as goalie of the year in the QMJHL in 2009–10.
This season with the Blues, Allen played 31 games with a 22-7-4 record. He recorded 4 shutouts, posted a 2.28 GAA and a save percentage of .913.