Blues coach Craig Berube plays chess while the rest of the NHL plays checkers. After his team was outshot 54-25 in the Game 1 overtime loss, Chief changed up the lines. It was a risky, strategic move because two of the three had not opened a game together all season until Thursday. But Berube knew … More In his 100th career playoff game, David Perron helps the Blues win 4-1!
On Thursday night, the St. Louis Blues looked like a well-oiled machine, as they cruised past the Minnesota Wild 5-1 to advance in the Stanley Cup Playoffs. For the first time since the Stanley Cup season, the Blues have made it out of the first round. Next stop: a rematch against the team that swept … More The St. Louis Blues advance to the Western Conference Semifinals!
It was a good thing only 500 fans were in attendance on Tuesday, because it was a rough night for Ottawa. The St. Louis Blues defeated the Ottawa Senators 5-2 in their first game at the Canadian Tire Centre in 28 months. It was another powerful offensive performance, as Vladimir Tarasenko scored twice, and Brayden … More Doug Armstrong makes history as Blues win 5-2!
ST. LOUIS – St. Louis Blues President of Hockey Operations and General Manager Doug Armstrong announced on Monday that the team has activated forward Brayden Schenn from injured reserve. In addition, the Blues activated forward James Neal and assigned him, along with forward Dakota Joshua, to the taxi squad. Schenn, 30, is currently in his … More Blues activate Brayden Schenn from injured reserve
The St. Louis Blues placed forward James Neal on waivers today, according to Sportsnet’s Elliotte Friedman. Neal did have an impressive training camp with the Blues which led to a one-year, league-minimum contract, but he hasn’t retained that same success n the regular season. The embattled former 40-goal scorer has just two goals and two assists through … More Blues place James Neal on waivers
What a way to ring in the New Year. In front of 38,519 fans at Target Field in Minneapolis, the St. Louis Blues took it to the Minnesota Wild, and for the majority of the game, it was pure dominance. They headed into the third period with a 6-2 lead, and despite a late game … More History made at the Winter Classic!
Better late than never to sign your top restricted free agent! Blues’ GM Doug Armstrong got a deal locked in with 22 year old Center-man Robert Thomas yesterday, just 2 days before the start of the NHL training camp. Thomas’ new deal is a two-year contract valued at $5.6 million, an AAV of $2.8 million. … More Robert Thomas, Blues ink 2 year $5.6 Million Deal at 11th Hour
Today, Blues blueliner Carl Gunnarsson announces his retirement after 12 seasons in the National Hockey League. As sad as it can be to watch somebody move on from the sport they love, Boom Boom can look back and say he reached the pinnacle that most players will never reach in their career and was a … More Gunnarsson says goodbye after 12 NHL seasons
The playoffs are so close we can taste it, and the Blues are swinging in nicely into playoff-ready mode. Tonight the Blues took on 3rd seeded Minnesota, who could eventually be a playoff opponent, and routed them straight out of the building. With Tyler Bozak resting, Vladimir Tarasenko out and Jake Walman busy quarantining after … More Blues Stomp Wild in 4-0 Route, Prepare for Playoff Run
The pun is right there for the taking, but it’s true. It really was a “wild” win. Down 3-1 in the third period, the St. Louis Blues stormed back, and with 23 seconds remaining, Robert Thomas fired a shot to make it a 4-3, and it was all over. “It’s a mindset for me more … More Blues win a wild one against Minnesota!