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Blues sign GM Doug Armstrong to 4-year contract extension

ST. LOUIS (AP) — The St. Louis Blues have signed general manager Doug Armstrong to a four-year contract extension with a team option for a fifth year. 117 more words

St. Louis Blues

Armstrong Given 4-Year Extension As Blues General Manager

ST. LOUIS (KMOX) – The St. Louis Blues announced a four-year contract extension for President of Hockey Operations and General Manager Doug Armstrong, at a special press conference just after 10 a.m., Wednesday. 513 more words

Sports

NHL Says Disallowed Goal Against Blues Should've Counted

DENVER (AP) – The NHL said Friday that a video review had incorrectly nullified a late-game goal by the Colorado Avalanche during a 4-3 loss to the St. 540 more words

Sports

Avicii- Broken Arrows (cover) (SSJ #61)

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Hope you’re having a pleasant Sunday. As usual, I’ll be presenting this week’s “Sunday Slow Jams” as means of introducing you to some current music that I’ve been really into lately, all within the context of being calming and restful to enjoy at the end of a peaceful weekend. 170 more words

Twenties

Armstrong Hopeful Fabbri Returns For 2018-19 Training Camp

ST. LOUIS (KMOX) – A full recovery is expected for Robby Fabbri to be back on the ice next season, but St. Louis Blues general manager Doug Armstrong says these multiple injuries to start the season are unlike anything he’s seen. 546 more words

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UPDATE: Sanford's Surgery Successful, Still Expected to Miss 5-6 Months

ST. LOUIS (Blues) updated  – St. Louis Blues President of Hockey Operations and General Manager Doug Armstrong announced today that forward Zach Sanford underwent successful surgery on his dislocated left shoulder on Tuesday, Sept. 262 more words

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Golden Knights Make It Official With AHL's Chicago Wolves As Their Minor League Affiliate

Today the Vegas Golden Knights organization along with General Manager George McPhee and the Chicago Wolves franchise made it official as they have signed a multi-year affiliation deal that starts for the 2017-2018 hockey season. 609 more words