Post Tagged with: "Doug Armstrong"

Bortuzzo Bright Spot In Blues Loss To Flyers

View image | gettyimages.com Robert Bortuzzo played in his first game last night for the St. Louis Blues and was a rare bright spot as the Blues gave up three […]

by · March 6, 2015 · 0 comments · St Louis Blues
Olli Jokinen

Will Jokinen & New Look Blues Right the Ship?

The St. Louis Blues knew they needed depth at the trade deadline this year to ensure they have enough high quality players ready for the long and grueling playoff run […]

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Did The St. Louis Blues Improve On Deadline Day?

St. Louis Blues General Manager Doug Armstrong is known for his shrewd approach to personnel management, never one for making a deal for it’s own sake. Today’s NHL Trade Deadline […]

Brodeur’s Retirement Is Good For Blues

Brodeur’s Retirement Is Good For Blues

The quasi-fanfare about Martin Brodeur’s retirement seems, well, odd. It’s at once anti-climactic and for some reason, artificial. Disgruntled Devils fans know deep down his No. 30 will hang in […]

Ken Hitchcock answered questions from Blues fans on Tuesday (TSN Photography)

Ken Hitchcock Continues to Surpass Milestones

There was a change in the St. Louis Blues to open the 2011-12 season. A year after the acquisition of starting goaltender Jaroslav Halak, the Blues added veteran free agents […]

by · January 20, 2015 · 0 comments · NHL Coaching, St Louis Blues
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Completing the Circle: Why Brodeur Should Return to Devils

Imagine a world where Mike Modano only played for the Stars franchise and Jarome Iginla wore just the flaming “C” on his chest. The accomplishments from both of these players […]

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

Martin Brodeur’s Road to 700 Wins

On Thursday night, the New Jersey Devils battled the Toronto Maple Leafs at the Air Canada Centre. Martin Brodeur was in net that night… but not for the Devils. For […]

by · December 5, 2014 · 0 comments · NHL Goaltending, St Louis Blues
Masked Men: Blues’ Tandem Shining Brightly

Masked Men: Blues’ Tandem Shining Brightly

Is Brian Elliott a bona fide No. 1 goaltender? Is Jake Allen the next big thing for Canadian-born netminders? Both answers appear to be yes — a resounding, yes — […]

by · November 12, 2014 · 0 comments · NHL Goaltending, St Louis Blues
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Blues’ Tarasenko Poised for Breakout Year

Last postseason, the St. Louis Blues coaching staff witnessed one of its players break out just when it was needed most. Vladimir Tarasenko, who missed the final 15 contests of […]

by · September 11, 2014 · 0 comments · Player Profiles, St Louis Blues
Schwartz led the Blues with a plus-28 last season (Tom Szczerbowski-USA TODAY Sports)

Blues Trying to Bridge Gap in Jaden Schwartz Contract Discussions

The summer has provided St. Louis Blues fans with some extreme highs. It all started with a titillating draft that saw 10 draft picks and a trade to bring in […]

by · September 5, 2014 · 0 comments · Free Agents, St Louis Blues
Paul Stastny is a St. Louis native (Icon SMI)

Beyond the Numbers: Stastny’s Fit in St. Louis

The adage the early bird gets the worm proved to be true for the St. Louis Blues on Tuesday. Paul Stastny stressed to the Blues’ website how important it was […]

by · July 3, 2014 · Comments are Disabled · Free Agents, St Louis Blues
MacInnis is slated to go late in the first round (Aaron Bell/OHL Images)

St. Louis Blues Draft Targets Part VI: Ryan MacInnis

Father-son combinations are nothing new to the NHL. Two years ago, onlookers watched the then-Phoenix Coyotes draft Henrik Samuelsson (No. 27 overall), the son of former NHL stalwart Ulf Samuelsson, […]

by · June 26, 2014 · Comments are Disabled · NHL Entry Draft, St Louis Blues