Jake Allen’s career with the St. Louis Blues began back in 2008 when he was selected as the 34th overall pick in the 2008 NHL Entry Draft. Allen wouldn’t make his NHL debut until the 2012 Stanley Cup Playoffs where he briefly appeared to relieve starting goaltender Brian Elliot. After his AHL 2013-14 season, Allen won the Aldege "Baz" Bastien Memorial Award for a most outstanding goaltender in the league. The following year, Allen finally began to take over the role of starting goaltender.
During the 2015-16 season, Allen broke the Blues record for the longest streak without giving up a goal. That year he started 44 games, had a goal against average of 2.35, and a save percentage of .920. The next year, Allen won his first playoff series as the starting goaltender, beating the Blues and beat the Minnesota Wild in the first round, but were later defeated by the Predators. There is no doubt that Allen has the potential for even better postseason performances for years to come.
The St. Louis Blues can be confident that they have the franchise goaltender that they have been searching for in Jake Allen. Allen has proven to be one of the better goalies in the league and is becoming the face of the Blues. We offer some great autographed memorabilia from Allen’s career with the Blues that are invaluable to any collector. This selection of autographed collectibles is guaranteed authentic and will look great wherever they are displayed.
Collecting Jake Allen Memorabilia