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An Early Season Look at the St Louis Blues

The St. Louis Blues have been off to an interesting start. You would think injuries to key players would set the team back, however, lesser known players have been able to step up and make things happen. 1,114 more words


5 Reasons Why Vladimir Tarasenko Is The Next Big Thing

1) He doesn’t need the limelight: Coach Ken Hitchcock has said that Vladimir Tarasenko does not want the spotlight. This is a guy who is a superstar in the making and does not want the highlight reel to focus on him. 338 more words


St. Louis Blues goalie situation a good problem to have for Ken Hitchcock

St. Louis Blues rookie goalie Jake Allen earned his second straight shutout in a 1-0 win over New Jersey Tuesday, improving to 3-1 with a 1.00 goals-against average and a .959 save percentage. 320 more words

Wild and Blues battling illness

They may be rivals on the ice, but the Minnesota Wild and St. Louis Blues’ staffs are sharing notes when it comes to battling an illness going through their respective dressing rooms. 190 more words

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Blackhawks and Blues renew their Central Division rivalry

The St. Louis Blues hope a visit from the Chicago Blackhawks can put them out of their early season funk.

Chicago knocked St. Louis out of the playoffs last spring and enter tonight’s game with a 4-1-1 record to start the season. 448 more words

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Daily fantasy hockey tips for Oct. 25

On the heels of a reasonably predictable night of hockey, with only one tight game, Saturday’s schedule is loaded. There are two original six matchups, a Central Division clash and a particularly interesting game in Music City. 441 more words


Games 5 & 6: One Flu Over the Cuckoo's Nest

With apologies to Ken Kesey…. and to Oscar Levant who declared pun the lowest form of humor, something’s bugging the Blues.

The Note who looked so fast and dominating against Arizona last Saturday, appeared to be missing a step the following day against this year’s Cup-favorite, the Anaheim Ducks.   251 more words

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