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St. Louis Blues '15-16 Outlook

Do something in the playoffs, maybe?

That’s certainly the Blues’ objective next year, something that’s been made abundantly clear by everyone in the organization — but, quite frankly, that topic has been done to death. 411 more words

It’s Arizona Coyotes day at PHT

Throughout the month of August, PHT will be dedicating a day to all 30 NHL clubs. Today’s team? The Arizona Coyotes.

The Arizona Coyotes struggled both offensively and defensively last season, and as a result they finished 29th overall with a 24-50-8 record. 326 more words

Philadelphia Flyers

Free Agent Michalek Leaves Blues to Return to Arizona

GLENDALE, Ariz. (AP) — The Arizona Coyotes signed forwards Brad Richardson and Steve Downie, added goalie Anders Lindback and brought back defenseman Zbynek Michalek.

That’s forward depth, a backup goalie and some blue line stability within a few hours of the free agency period. 534 more words


Free Agent Frenzy

Arizona signs Zbynek Michalek to a 2 year, $6.4 million deal.

In the Kessel trade, Pittsburgh gives up Spaling and their 1st round pick, as well, while Toronto gives up a 2nd.

Coyotes stay busy, ink Downie, Michalek and Lindback

Don Maloney is a busy man.

Having already inked former Canucks center Brad Richardson to a three-year deal, the Coyotes GM set about getting to the salary cap floor by adding a trio of veterans — forward Steve Downie (formerly of Pittsburgh), defenseman Zbynek Michalek (formerly of St. 112 more words

Pittsburgh Penguins

Blues won't make significant addition until Tarasenko is signed

The St. Louis Blues have a healthy amount of cap space and some moderate, primarily depth-related needs, but they might be inactive in Day 1 of the free agent period. 255 more words

Chicago Blackhawks

Armstrong doesn’t see the Blues, Tarasenko being ‘very far apart in dollars’

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

St. Louis Blues