Have you ever noticed how Ryan Reaves looks a little bit … off in EA’s NHL line of video games? It turns out that Reaves has noticed too. Previously, Chris Stewart suffered the same fate. Is it really that hard for EA to get skin tone at least kind of accurate? Apparently it is, as […]
The Blues unveiled their new uniforms. The immediate reaction has been extremely positive, but it’s time for a poll to do the talking.
The new uniforms are here! The alternates that everyone knows and loves will remain in place, but the Blues will have new home and road uniforms. Here’s the video unveiling the uniforms: By comparison, here’s the old road uniform: … and the old home uniform: It looks like the infamous piping is finally gone and […]
The St. Charles Chill are looking for new owners. The team previously announced in May that it would be ceasing operations, but a new report from Andy Strickland suggests there’s an attempt to find new owners for the team in order to return for the 2015-16 season. The Chill were awful last season. They finished […]
Watch Louie complete the Ice Bucket Challenge. Give credit to the mascot for picking some great individuals to challenge.
EA has been slowly revealing their player ratings for NHL 15 over the last couple of weeks. To date, there hasn’t been much to get excited about for Blues fans. That changed when EA unveiled their top-50 player, based on ratings, for the game which comes out in September. David Backes and Alex Pietrangelo cracked […]
Jake Allen will finally have his chance to prove himself at the NHL level in 2014-15. Barring any major surprises, he’ll start the year as the secondary option behind Brian Elliott. Though he made a brief cameo in 2012-13, Allen will find himself in a regular role for the first time this season. While some […]
Keith Tkachuk has been named in a lawsuit filed by Triad Bank against Grand Slam Sports, the parent company of KFNS 590 AM. The suit is in regards to two different loans Grand Slam Sports has defaulted on. Tkachuk is one of several individuals named, including former St. Louis Rams player Orlando Pace. Both men were […]
Via Reddit Hockey, here’s a really cool look at how the Blues’ uniforms have evolved over the years. It’s also a nice touch to see some of the organization’s most recognizable names on the back, including Pavol Demitra’s. If all of the rumors are true, the creator may need to update this GIF in the […]
Some Blues fans are a little bit concerned that Jaden Schwartz still doesn’t have a new contract. Rest assured, Blues fans. A couple of reports from Jeremy Rutherford’s chat with fans may put your mind at ease. When asked for an update on Schwartz, Rutherford responded: “I have heard nothing new recently. Doug Armstrong is […]
The St. Louis Blues added even more offensive depth, signing Peter Mueller to a one-year, two-way contract. Mueller most recently skated in Switzerland, scoring 24 goals and 22 assists in 49 games. Prior to that, Mueller spent time with Florida, Colorado and Arizona (Phoenix). Mueller has had a ton of issues with injuries during his […]
Magnus Paajarvi had a pretty rough 2013-14. He tallied six goals and six assists over the course of 55 games and missed significant time due to injuries. Heading into 2014-15, Paajarvi’s role with the Blues is mostly undefined due to the Blues bringing in additional depth up front. What’s in store for him this season? […]
Say what you will about Steve Ott the Hockey Player. Steve Ott the Father, on the other hand, is a pretty cool guy. What did Ott do when his daughter decided to wear a Batgirl cape around Six Flags? He put on a Batman cape, of course.
Ken Hitchcock took over the St. Louis Blues’ Twitter account to answer questions from fans. While most of the questions he answered were fun or dealt with his previous experiences, one answer shed some light on the upcoming season and potential lines. Hitchcock loves to juggle lines and his answer here may partially reveal why […]
Once upon a time, Matt D’Agostini was a player a large percentage of St. Louis Blues fans adored. While his popularity never reached the levels of a David Backes or a T.J. Oshie, D’Agostini was one of those guys you couldn’t help put root for on a personal level. Things were rolling along and D’Agostini […]