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
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ST. LOUIS, MO (KTVI)- It has been one week since the St. Louis Blues parted with ways with former head coach, Ken Hitchcock. After a 5-3 loss to the Winnipeg Jets on January 31, 2017, Blues President of Hockey Operations Doug Armstrong fired Hitchcock after six seasons. 170 more words
Ken Hitchcock was supposed to retire from NHL coaching at the end of this season and Mike Yeo take over next year. Instead the St. Louis ownership and management speeded up the process by firing Hitchcock after the Blues tumbled out of a playoff position. 442 more words
News broke that the St. Louis Blues had fired Head Coach Ken Hitchcock, who was already on his way to retirement at the end of the season. 379 more words
Hockey analyst Pierre McGuire chats about the Habs lineup changes and the coaching change in St Louis.