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Now What? Inconsistent Blues Move On Without Shattenkirk

ST. LOUIS (AP) — St. Louis Blues general manager Doug Armstrong insisted Tuesday that his trade of defenseman Kevin Shattenkirk doesn’t signal surrender this season, though he said the team is much different than the group that advanced to the Western Conference finals last season. 737 more words


Kevin Shattenkirk winds up on NHL's best team in Washington

ST. LOUIS — St. Louis Blues general manager Doug Armstrong wouldn’t trade captain David Backes or top-six winger Troy Brouwer at the trade deadline last February, even though they were free to walk as free agents in July and did just that with the Blues left holding the bag. 728 more words

Edmonton Oilers

Flat Cap Affects Trade Market

(ESPN.com) – I wonder how long it’s going to take for more and more people in hockey to stop freaking out when it comes to pending unrestricted free agents. 1,033 more words

Don Sweeney

Ken Hitchcock firing signals Blues starting over

Doug Armstrong is not in an enviable position.

Through 50 games, the St. Louis Blues are 24-21-5, teetering on the edge of the Western Conference playoff picture. 591 more words

The Time is Now for the Blues to Trade Kevin Shattenkirk

Wait, wait wait; hold on just a second. The Blues are 20-13-5, currently in comfortable possession of a playoff spot, and the biggest current team need is defense, as the Blues have a -3 overall goal differential. 958 more words

St. Louis Blues

Mt. Vernon Marauders thwart Richmond High School effort

Richmond had various potential game-changing plays Friday night.

Mt. Vernon’s defense made sure the Red Devils didn’t have too many.

Richmond’s football season came to an end Friday night as the Marauders defeated the Red Devils 46-14 in the opening round of Indiana High School Athletic Association Class 4A Sectional 22. 917 more words