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!
This past Saturday we witnessed one of the most blatant occurences of a captain doing what captains are paid to do. When a single player can put the entire team on his back and thrive, we must address it. Ryan O’Reilly is the staple for lead by example and “Do as I do not as … More O’Reilly’s Leadership and Moxie On Display Saturday, A True Leader
After the loss last night to Minnesota and extending their losing ways, I feel I must speak for the Blues fans out there who feel the same as I do. Something in the Blues locker room is not clicking and I want us to try and figure out what it is and how to change … More Do The Blues Need To Shake Up The Locker Room?
Even at 78 years old, Bob Plager left us too soon. Known as “Mr. Blue”, Plager tragically passed away on March 24th in a two-car accident off I-64 in St. Louis. When it was confirmed he was the passenger that had passed away, immediately tributes started pouring out from former and current Blues’ players, fans … More Hey Bobby, We Love You
Today Doug Armstrong decided to pull the trigger on signing 27 year old goaltender Jordan Binnington to a 6 year, $36 million contract. Cue the song “Sunday Best” by Surfaces and you’ll know how we fans feel about it. While the overwhelming majority of us are completely content with the contract extension for JB, there … More 6 More Years of Binnington, Should We Be Nervous?
I get on Twitter this morning to dive into the cesspool of overreaction regarding our boys in Blue. Boy my heavens did this put me in some type of angry mood! Losing 4 out of their last 5 is definitely not ideal, you just hate to see it. Blues fans everywhere are having a damn … More Blues Fans…CALM DOWN!
What do the Blues need to stay healthy? Maybe a hefty glass of milk would help, or a shred of luck! After a demoralizing loss to the Los Angeles Kings on Monday night, the Blues once again are adding another player to the ever-growing injured reserve list. Carl Gunnarsson being the most recent addition after … More Blues Roster Depth Set to Face Challenge as List of Walking Wounded Grows
The Blues have been involved in an impromptu mini-series against the Arizona Coyotes since February 2nd and it all comes to and end tonight. With COVID-19 sidelining Colorado and Minnesota last week, we have begun to see these series are going to be big in terms of division standings with each game essentially being a … More Blues Pull Weekend Sweep Of Coyotes, Look to Take 4 of 7 To End In-Season Series
In more ways than one, the Ducks dealt with the blues. From start to finish, St. Louis dominated Anaheim in all phases of the game, defeating the Ducks 6-1. Right out of the gate, the Blues were firing on all cylinders. Only 20 seconds into the game, Jordan Kyrou scored his fourth goal of the … More It wasn’t even close
Watching these 9:30 CST games will take some getting used to… The NHL re-aligned the divisions for the 2020-21 season due to the ongoing Covid-19 Pandemic, which placed the Blues in the Western Division. Because of that, the majority of games this season will be at a later start time, typically 9:30 CST. But it … More Worth the Wait