So far in this series, we have looked at the possible forwards that the Blues could take with their No. 21 pick in this upcoming weekend’s draft. Sometimes, the best […]
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When St. Louis Blues general manager Doug Armstrong swung a monumental deal at the end of February to bring in goaltender Ryan Miller, the intention was to accompany a steady […]
Although there are 230 members on the 2014 U.S. Olympic team, there are only three that count to Blues fans. David Backes, T.J. Oshie and Kevin Shattenkirk join a team […]
The past two weeks, fellow THW writer Mike Poepping and I have taken a look at the Blues selected to participate for their home countries in the 2014 Winter Olympics. […]
All of the focus on Team USA’s Olympic roster is being directed at notable omissions when it should be placed on guys like Kevin Shattenkirk.
When the St. Louis Blues find themselves hitting a skid, there’s only one lineup change that needs to be made. Brian Elliott has been the answer to ending a bad […]
Tyson Barrie. One of the two young offensive minded defensemen in the Avalanche system that made it seem like it wasn’t going to be such a big deal when the […]
Die-hard fan or not, you sometimes find yourself uttering phrases that are associated with “homers,” or as they are known in St. Louis, “Bluesers.” These Bluesers can be intelligent hockey […]
It’s been three and a half years since the United States and Canada battled on the sport’s biggest stage. Families tuned into their TV’s with 28 million pairs of eyes […]
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 […]
Last week, St. Louis Blues GM Doug Armstrong revealed his most important plans for the summer. He all but promises to lock up restricted free-agents Alex Pietrangelo, Kevin Shattenkirk, Patrik […]
Trade speculation is what fuels NHL fans over the off-season. Without it, talk of hockey would cease to exist in the summer months… especially in St. Louis. So let’s begin […]