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With back-to-back first round playoff exits and the St. Louis Blues retaining its coaching staff, T.J. Oshie expected changes to the roster.
Oshie was dealt to the Washington Capitals on Thursday as… 570 more words
By John Chidley-Hill
TORONTO — The World Cup will be a whole new experience for Hockey Canada.
Doug Armstrong was named general manager of Team Canada on Monday and he said that there’s advantages and challenges to the eight-team event that will be held in Toronto Sept. 712 more words
Following the Blues first round exit to the Minnesota Wild, GM Doug Armstrong said his top priority was to sign pending restricted free agent Vladimir Tarasenko to a new deal. 356 more words
The St. Louis Blues will stick with what, well, has sort of worked.
General manager Doug Armstrong announced Tuesday that the Blues agreed to terms on a one-year contract to retain head coach Ken Hitchcock. 133 more words