Finding something that works night in and night out is an extremely difficult task in the National Hockey League. The Buffalo Sabres are all too familiar with that so far […]
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The 2013 NHL Trade Deadline has come and gone and the defending Eastern Conference champion New Jersey Devils basically stood pat, only acquiring former-Devil Steve Sullivan from the Phoenix Coyotes […]
As the NHL trade deadline approaches (April 3) GM’s around the league are looking to bolster their teams as well as adding pieces that they hope are the missing ones […]
With T.J. Oshie expected to return to the Blues’ lineup Saturday night, a roster spot had to become available. Matt D’Agostini, a former 21 goal-scorer, was the odd man out. […]
After a season that saw the Blues climb to second place in the Western Conference standings, the players had to pack up and head in different directions across the world. […]
St. Louis Blues General Manager Doug Armstrong’s phone was busy this week. It was announced on Tuesday that the club agreed to terms with unrestricted free-agent forward Jamie Langenbrunner on […]
“Go ahead and play the blues if it’ll make you happy.”— Homer Simpson At least to this point, up 3 games to 0 and poised for a sweep of their […]
It is safe to say that the St. Louis Blues were missing something in Game 2 of their best-of-7 series with the Los Angeles Kings Monday night. The Blues were […]
Will is a powerful word. Replace it with can, and the entire tenor of the conversation shifts. Can Lindsay Lohan stay out jail? It’s theoretically possible. Can the Pillsbury Doughboy […]
When the star players start strapping the skates back on after returning from injury, the logical response on the ice is that the team will start racking up the wins. […]
Either the Blues picked the perfect time to hit a small snag or they picked the most inopportune time to not be playing like the first overall team in the […]
Jaroslav Halak and Matt D’Agostini will both be making their first return to Montreal since being traded to St. Louis.