It was the same old story for the 2005-06 St. Louis Blues Tuesday night. After attempting 80 shots — 29 on net, 26 blocked and 25 missed the net altogether […]
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The St. Louis Blues are among the NHL’s leaders in almost every category, regardless of if it pertains to defense, offense, or special teams. However, as of late the team […]
The injury bug has made its way through the lineup, but it bit likely the most important piece of the St. Louis Blues’ lineup on Saturday night. In the middle […]
The NHL 14 simulation and The Hockey News have spoken: the St. Louis Blues are Stanley Cup favorites to open the season. The 2013-14 Blues started taking shape shortly after […]
The preseason is a time for teams to come back together and prepare for competitive hockey. The players are rusty. Some are still getting acclimated to new surroundings and new […]
Drafting a Blues player can be risky. After all, the roster is well known for its ability to play a team game on both ends of the ice. Blues goalies […]
Line combinations are always a topic of conversation. With the latest additions of Derek Roy, Magnus Paajarvi and Maxim Lapierre, Coach Ken Hitchcock has a plethora of options at forward. […]
After attempting to sign free-agents Stephen Weiss and Valtteri Filppula, St. Louis Blues GM Doug Armstrong made a point to tell his fans that he was not going to just […]
The 2013 NHL free agent crop is generally considered to be thin and lacking a lot of big name, top end talent. With the salary cap going down next season, and […]
The only news that’s coming out of the Canucks dressing room today is much of the same – Roberto Luongo is starting Game Two on Friday night. And, not much […]
The Vancouver Canucks have been the best regular season team in the NHL the two seasons preceding this one. That regular season success, which includes two straight President’s Trophy wins, has yet to pay off in the big prize at the end. This season the team has struggled with injuries and inconsistency and have been overlooked by many NHL pundits.
In part I of the winners and losers of the 2013 NHL Trade Deadline, I broke down some teams that might have walked away with the upper hand after completing […]