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Travis Sanheim (Brad Watson/WHL)

St. Louis Blues Draft Targets Part IV: Travis Sanheim

So far in this series, we have looked at the possible forwards that the Blues could take with their No. 21 pick in this upcoming weekend’s draft. Sometimes, the best […]

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St. Louis Blues Top 5 NHL Draft Picks Show Interesting Trend

The St. Louis Blues have proven that drafting is an art in today’s game. Unfortunately they have proven this from a long history of questionable NHL draft picks, and how […]

Adrian Kempe (Photo: Håkan-Nordström)

St. Louis Blues Draft Targets Part III: Adrian Kempe

Although the Blues have been working on a formula that equates to playoff victories, they seem to have the regular season figured out. A tenacious forecheck, never-say-die attitude and exasperating […]

(Wes Cunningham/Flickr) TJ Oshie reportedly missed practice Monday.

Why the Time is Right for the Blues to Move T.J. Oshie

It’s not show friends, it’s show business The Olympic showcase displayed by Blues forward T.J. Oshie opened many eyes to his immense talent. By beating Vezina Trophy winner and Team […]

by · June 17, 2014 · 1 comment · St Louis Blues
Barbashev was drafted by the Blues in the second round of this year's draft (Photo: Brad Watson)

St. Louis Blues Draft Targets Part II: Ivan Barbashev

There’s a reason that there has only been three Russian prospects drafted at No. 1 overall in the 50 years of the NHL Entry Draft. The stigma that Russians don’t […]

Tarasenko was the Blues' best offensive player in the playoffs (Scott Rovak-USA TODAY Sports)

All Time Top 5 St. Louis Blues NHL Drafts

The St. Louis Blues have a rich draft history that dates back to their first true NHL draft in 1968. Since then a lot has changed with the team, the league, and […]

Josh Ho-Sang: a true enigma for the 2014 NHL Draft (Terry Wilson /OHL Images)

St. Louis Blues Draft Targets Part I: Josh Ho-Sang

Is there a more exciting time for an NHL franchise than the days leading up to the NHL Entry Draft? Think about it: not only are all 30 teams negotiating […]

The St. Louis Blues are the 2nd team in the NHL to advance to the 2nd round  (Scott Rovak-US PRESSWIRE)

St. Louis Blues: The Playoff Run That Could’ve Been

The St. Louis Blues were a team on a mission throughout most of the 2013-14 regular season campaign, but things fell apart just before the Stanley Cup playoffs began. It was […]

Jake Allen won 33 games for AHL Chicago last season (Credit: Texas Stars Hockey)

Your Summer Guide to St. Louis Blues Prospects

Looking at the St. Louis Blues’ young roster, it’s easy to see why they were once considered a team loaded with prospects. However, the team has seen the core of […]

(Adam Hunger-USA TODAY Sports)

Lundqvist Proves Doug Armstrong Right

Henrik Lundqvist has earned the money Ryan Miller demands From NHL, international, Olympic and even inline hockey success with Team Sweden in 2002, Henrik Lundqvist has one more hurdle to surmount […]

Lindstrom spent the past four seasons playing in Sweden

Jim Corsi and Joakim Lindstrom Bring Fresh Air to St. Louis

The newest personnel in the St. Louis Blues organization are creating quite a buzz around the community, and for very differing reasons. Jim Corsi is the highly touted goalie coach who […]

Lindstrom spent the past four seasons playing in Sweden

Blues Display New Philosophy with Joakim Lindstrom Signing

Last September, St. Louis Blues management wanted to shore up a physical bottom-six forward group while adding a veteran leader in the process. They attained both goals with the signing […]

by · May 28, 2014 · 2 comments · Free Agents, St Louis Blues