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Cult of Hockey: strong puck-moving of best NHL defences highlights weakness on Oilers

Playoff hockey this year is a riot of speed and a pageant of sharp passes. If your defenceman can’t move the puck smart and true, your team will not have survived to this point in the grind. 1,106 more words

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Predators players open their hearts and homes to shelter and rescue dogs

By Jim Diamond

On the ice, Barret Jackman is known as a tough stay at home defenseman who plays with an edge. Similarly, forward Austin Watson usually plays on Nashville’s fourth line, which is thrown out there when the team may be in need of some energy through physical play or to kill off a penalty. 482 more words

The 2015-16 Blues: Strengths and Weaknesses

You ever pick up an interesting looking book and want to flip to the end of the book and read the ending? Save the time, heartache and see what lies ahead. 918 more words

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St. Louis Blues '15-16 Outlook

Do something in the playoffs, maybe?

That’s certainly the Blues’ objective next year, something that’s been made abundantly clear by everyone in the organization — but, quite frankly, that topic has been done to death. 411 more words

Under Pressure: Doug Armstrong

In five seasons as general manager of the St. Louis Blues, Doug Armstrong has seen his team win a grand total of one playoff series. That lone victory came in 2012, over San Jose, before getting swept by the Kings. 406 more words

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It’s St. Louis Blues day at PHT

Throughout the month of August, PHT will be dedicating a day to all 30 NHL clubs. Today’s team? The St. Louis Blues day.

Another strong regular season followed by an early playoff exit. 301 more words

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