The 2014-15 season wasn’t a great one for Jay Bouwmeester. It wasn’t horrible, but Bouwmeester didn’t look like the elite defenseman the Blues were expecting to see. A lingering groin injury hindered Bouwmeester and noticeably took a toll on his usual strong skating. The summer offered an opportunity for the 31-year-old to rest up and […]
Hockey is almost here! One of the best indicators is the fact Fox Sports Midwest is preparing to unveil their new promo video for the upcoming 2015-16 St. Louis Blues season. The video below will begin airing during the Cardinals-Cubs game on Sunday, September 20th, but you can see an early preview below.
The St. Louis Blues will be using metal detectors at the doors of the Scottrade Center during the 2015-16 season. The NHL has made this a requirement for all league teams in an effort to improve safety after incidents at other arenas involving a knife and a firearm. All fans entering Scottrade will be required […]
Blues fans are still frustrated over the team’s early playoff exit last season and history of underachieving. That frustration has been seen from the writers who cover the team as well, but by now it’s mostly reigned in as the team prepares for training camp. Apparently St. Louis Post-Dispatch writer Dan O’Neill is still bitter and […]
The St. Louis Blues have a new series called Coaching Blueprint which offers a sneak peak at what happens behind closed doors inside the coaches meetings. The first episode just debuted and it offers a fascinating look at how Ken Hitchcock and his coaches are analyzing the new 3-on-3 OT hockey format. The episode starts […]
Can’t wait to watch some hockey? The St. Louis Blues are opening up training camp on Saturday, September 19th and Sunday, September 20th to the public, giving fans an opportunity to watch 60 players prepare for the new season inside the Scottrade Center. Each day will feature two training sessions and two scrimmages. The training sessions […]
What will be the biggest stories to follow in 2015-16 for the St. Louis Blues? The team is once again entering a new season following a disappointing early exit from the playoffs and the summer featured plenty of changes. How will the new pieces fit? Are the younger skaters ready to take on a larger […]
The 2015-16 NHL season is quickly approaching and with it comes another year of fantasy hockey. The virtual game allows hockey fans to root for players they’d normally despise and learn more about other teams around the league. If you’re not familiar with the St. Louis Blues – and maybe even if you are – […]
The St. Louis Blues have released their TV schedule for the upcoming 2015-16 season. Fox Sports Midwest will carry a total of 70 of the 82 regular season games while NBC Sports will pick up the other 12 games. Below is a complete look at the TV schedule in its entirety. DATE VS./AT OPPONENT TIME […]
The St. Louis Blues have invited Scottie Upshall to training camp. Recently, the team announced they had invited Scott Gomez to camp and soon after it was revealed that Patrik Berglund would miss at least four months after requiring shoulder surgery. Now the Blues have called on another to tryout for a potential opening on […]
Barret Jackman is starting a new chapter in his career. After the St. Louis Blues made it known that they weren’t going to offer Jackman a new contract, the veteran defenseman signed a two-year, $4 million deal with the Nashville Predators. Jackman is preparing to play for just the second NHL team in his career […]
The Blues haven’t officially started training for the 2015-16 season, but they are already dealing with a serious injury. Patrik Berglund will have shoulder surgery after suffering an injury while preparing for the new season. Berglund’s recovery time could vary, but he’s expected to be re-evaluated in four months. Berglund originally injured this same shoulder back during […]
Recently, the New Jersey Devils elected to avoid extending veteran Scott Gomez a professional tryout offer for training camp. The St. Louis Blues took the opportunity to invite Gomez to a professional tryout of their own and he has accepted the offer.
Adam Cracknell’s second run with the St. Louis Blues didn’t last very long. Cracknell has signed a one-year contract with the Vancouver Canucks worth a reported $575,000.
The 2015-16 season is quickly approaching and that means it’s time for the various media outlets to analyze the Blues and predict what will happen in the year ahead. NHL.com is running a video series for all 30 teams and here’s a look at what they said about the Blues.