The St. Louis Blues weren’t among the most active teams at the trade deadline (or the least), but they were the most newsworthy. They took what was already an amazing […]
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The St. Louis Blues have managed to resist the temptation of overspending while building a Stanley Cup contending team despite rampant dollar-flinging by other franchises around the NHL. It only […]
Since the St. Louis Blues were considered Stanley Cup favorites in 2001, the franchise has watched the Carolinas and the Pittsburghs acquire talent mid-season to assist with their championship runs. […]
The St. Louis Blues are sending 10 players to the Olympics, showing the raw talent of the roster and how far the team has come since ’05-’06.
After stops in Florida and Calgary, Jay Bouwmeester seems like he has found a home in St. Louis. The 2002 third overall pick spent six seasons with the Panthers, registering […]
After a weekend of speculation, Blues GM Doug Armstrong made it official on Monday when he signed former Dallas Stars captain Brenden Morrow to a one-year, $1.5 million contract. Morrow […]
The waiting is finally over. On Friday, Alex Pietrangelo reached a contract extension with the St. Louis Blues, signing a seven-year, $45.5 million contract extension. Jeremy Rutherford of the St. […]
For Blues fans, the idea of an independently owned AHL franchise may seem foreign. But they do exist. In fact, 17 of the 30 AHL franchises are independently owned. The […]
After being signed to take over the #1 defenseman role in Calgary in the summer of 2009, Jay Bouwmeester found himself wearing the Bluenote at the trade deadline last season. […]
The St. Louis Blues were generous enough to give their RFA right-winger a hefty wedding present. The Blues announced on Friday that they agreed to terms with 2013 leading-scorer Chris […]
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 […]
Plenty of names were passed around on the first day of free-agency. Stephen Weiss signed with Detroit while Valtteri Filppula ended up in Tampa Bay. The St. Louis Blues were […]