Brodeur took a leave of absence from the Blues last week. (Christopher Hanewinckel-USA TODAY Sports)

Martin Brodeur is Hanging Them Up, Officially

The illustrious 22-year career of Martin Brodeur is coming to a close. He will officially announce his retirement at 10:30 AM on Thursday at the Scottrade Center, and will then […]

Auston Matthews (Photo: Tom Sorensen)

Q & A with 2016 NHL Draft Prospect Auston Matthews

It is rare to see a 17-year-old play in the World Junior Championship, but when it happens, the youngster is likely to have a promising hockey career ahead of him. That […]

by · January 26, 2015 · 0 comments · Player Profiles, Prospects
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Why Zach Parise is an Elite Player in the NHL… Again

It’s looking like Zach Parise is becoming the superstar he used to be more and more each day. The 30 year old has had an eventful NHL career, now in […]

Jaden Schwartz is the Blues’ Key Difference Maker This Season

Jaden Schwartz is the Blues’ Key Difference Maker This Season

The St. Louis Blues have had a lot of stars young and old(er) alike share the spotlight throughout the first half of the 2014-15 NHL season, but none seem to […]

by · January 15, 2015 · 1 comment · Player Profiles, St Louis Blues
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MVP Watch: Patrick Kane Should Be Hunting the Hart Trophy

At 26 years old, Patrick Kane is easily one of the most dynamic and recognizable players in the National Hockey League. View image | Patrick Kane dons the Superman cape […]

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X-Man Next Generation – The Rise of Xavier Ouellet

Just before the start of the season, the Detroit Red Wings made their final roster move – demoting defenseman Xavier Ouellet to the Grand Rapids Griffins. When asked about the […]

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Riley Sheahan – Detroit’s Unheralded Future Star

Entering the 2010 NHL Draft after his freshman year at Notre Dame, Riley Sheahan was heralded for his defensive prowess. Rich Michalowski of noted that Sheahan was a “great […]

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What Ever Happened to Alexander Radulov?

Alexander Radulov has always been a mysterious case to hockey fans, from North America at least. He was once thought to be a top prospect and budding superstar in the NHL. Then, […]

by · January 8, 2015 · 11 comments · KHL, Player Profiles
Miller started his short stint with the Blues 8-0-1 (Jasen Vinlove-USA TODAY Sports)

Tyler Johnson: The American Dream

If Nazem Kadri is known in Toronto as “The Dream” then Tampa Bay Lightning 2nd year center Tyler Johnson is “The American Dream”. Johnson was a Calder Trophy Finalist his […]

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Will Weber Be Unfairly Denied Norris Trophy?

Shea Weber is an elite defenseman for the Nashville Predators. That is a statement that cannot be argued against. He is also currently the highest paid player in the National […]

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Blackhawks Factors: Brandon Saad

There’s a few of the younger players in the NHL that have quickly won over the hearts of fans and proved just how much of an asset they are to […]

The Kings have been a thorn in the Blues' side since the 2011-12 season (Scott Rovak-USA TODAY Sports)

“He’s a Superstar Now,” Says Tarasenko’s Teammates

The story of Vladimir Tarasenko seems like a never-ending tale that delivers climactic scenes at every page turn. If he’s not scoring two impactful goals in his first NHL contest, […]

by · December 17, 2014 · 1 comment · Player Profiles, St Louis Blues