It was his best performance of the season and possibly the best of his Blue Jackets career. Curtis McElhinney has had a lot thrown at him the season because of […]
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Heading into the 2010-11 season, there was one spot on the St. Louis Blues’ blue line with two young players vying for it. The Blues’ fourth overall pick in 2008, […]
When the Blues acquired Jordan Leopold in March 2013, they were looking to improve shots from the left point. The former Sabres defenseman was acquired just before Jay Bouwmeester and […]
It’s been over a week since the Winnipeg Jets’ standout rookie Jacob Trouba was injured in a game against the St. Louis Blues. The 19-year-old defenseman went in behind […]
Athletes and body builders looking for a healthy protein bar are turning to Quest Bars. Popular because of their low sugar content & high protein, the gluten free bars are now […]
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 big fish has already been reeled in; Vincent Lecavalier is a Philadelphia Flyer for the next 5 years at an annual average value of $4.5 million. With another […]
On Wednesday, the St. Louis Blues agreed to terms with defenseman Kevin Shattenkirk. Reportedly, the deal will pay Shattenkirk $17 million over four years, generating a $4.25 million cap-hit each […]
The Blues’ first pick in the 2013 NHL Entry Draft comes at #47 in the second round. Acquiring Jay Bouwmeester at the Trade Deadline has seized their first-round pick while […]
There are many terms that could describe the Blues’ 2013 season. Unpredictable. Exciting. Depressing. Uplifting. Gut-wrenching. But there is one word that can describe many players on the roster: inconsistent. […]
The series is all tied up at 2 and the Blues killer instinct just hasn’t been there. It’s fairly obvious and needs to change starting with tonight’s Game 5. Since […]
The NHL trade deadline has come and gone, and the Buffalo Sabres were open for business. The Sabres made three major moves, one on deadline day and two leading up to it. By sending out Jordan Leopold, Robyn Regehr and captain Jason Pominville, the team is moving in a new direction. They acquired a slew of draft picks and a pair of prospects in order to improve the franchise.