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Blues Recall Butler, Rattie From Chicago Under Emergency Conditions

ST. LOUIS (News release) – St. Louis Blues President of Hockey Operations and General Manager Doug Armstrong announced Monday the club has recalled defenseman Chris Butler and forward Ty Rattie from their American Hockey League (AHL) affiliate, the Chicago Wolves, under emergency conditions. 75 more words

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The Summer Break

I took a break. I needed it. Stressing over the results of a hockey team for 8-9 months a year just isn’t good for me. I’m 17, I have school, I should probably get an actual paying job soon so maybe someday I can afford to register an actual domain name for this site. 994 more words

Stastny ready to take on leadership role in St. Louis

With T.J. Oshie dealt to the Washington Capitals in the offseason, Paul Stastny is ready to embrace more of a leadership role in second season with the St. 231 more words

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How Well Have the St. Louis Blues Drafted Since 2000?


For those of you who haven’t seen my earlier post(s) I am going through each of the 30 teams and breaking down how they have drafted over the past 15 years. 1,432 more words

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How Well Have the Dallas Stars Drafted Since 2000?


For those of you who haven’t seen my earlier post(s) I am going through each of the 30 teams and breaking down how they have drafted over the past 15 years. 1,312 more words

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Street Beat: Easter Seals, North Star Reach And Big Brothers Big Sisters

On Saturday, July 25th, Street Beat host Karen Carter finds out about non-profit groups who are “all about the kids.”

Organizations and guests include Brent Wirth, the CEO of Easter Seals Michigan and Program Manager Helena Kelly; Doug Armstrong, the founder and CEO of the Michigan chapter of North Star Reach, a camp for children with disabilities; Jeff Burns, the president of BBB Youth Network, Inc. 112 more words

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St. Louis Blues sign forward Vladimir Tarasenko to eight-year, $60M deal

ST. LOUIS — The St. Louis Blues say they have signed star forward Vladimir Tarasenko to an eight-year, $60 million contract.

General manager Doug Armstrong announced the move Tuesday, locking up the 23-year-old Tarasenko after a season in which he made his first career all-star game and was 10th in the NHL with 73 points, including 37 goals, to go along with a plus-27 rating. 131 more words

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