Over the summer months, NHL teams like to turn their Twitter over to players, coaches or management. It’s a fun way to allow access into the depths of the organization […]
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When the St. Louis Blues drafted defenseman Jordan Schmaltz with their first-round selection (25th overall) in 2012, general manager Doug Armstrong likely saw the success of the 2011-12 season continuing […]
The newest personnel in the St. Louis Blues organization are creating quite a buzz around the community, and for very differing reasons. Jim Corsi is the highly touted goalie coach who […]
As the 2013-2014 NHL Season draws to a close the St. Louis Blues find themselves in a very familiar situation where they try and figure out the best actions to […]
There have been many things said about Coach John Tortorella in the media over his career, most of them as forgettable as his lackluster job in Vancouver this past season. […]
When fans pile into the Scottrade Center Thursday night for Game 1 of the St. Louis Blues and Chicago Blackhawks quarterfinal series matchup, they are likely to see a much […]
There’s no doubt a mist of worry in the air around St. Louis right now, and it’s all been caused by the Blues sliding to their first 3-game losing skid […]
The St. Louis Blues have put together an amazing club under Ken Hitchcock’s coaching, and Doug Armstrong’s excellent front office management. They have brought together a group of individuals who […]
Vladimir Tarasenko was widely regarded as one of the top young players not skating in the NHL after the St. Louis Blues selected him with the 16th-overall selection in the […]
When David Perron was traded to Edmonton in exchange for Magnus Paajarvi and a 2014 second-round draft pick in July 2013, the reviews were mixed. Paajarvi is a lost prospect. […]
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.
There is something more at play here than a lack of goals. True, center Patrik Berglund is the go-to guy for Blues critics to find errors and general problems. After […]