In a report which should surely send Blues fans into a frenzy, the St. Louis Blues have “reached out” to the Colorado Avalanche about Paul Stastny. Feel free to debate and speculate over what that exactly means, but the Blues have formally talked to the Avs about a player Blues fans would love to see […]
If you’ve been following any Blues fans on social media or if you’ve stopped by any Blues message boards, you’ve probably been bombarded with one name – Jason Spezza. The forward has been linked to the Blues in a variety of sources and it’s reported that his list of teams includes St. Louis. Spezza seems […]
The 2014-15 NHL schedule hasn’t been released yet, but the league has announced the home openers for each squad. The Blues will open their season at home on Thursday, October 9th at 7:00pm against the New York Rangers. More times than not the Blues open their season against a division rival, but this year the […]
Itching for some hockey? The Blues have finally revealed their preseason schedule which gives us all something to look forward to during the long summer months. Preseason St. Louis Blues hockey begins on Sunday, September 21st against the Columbus Blue Jackets. The rest of the schedule is below.
Here’s a fun little nugget of information about the 2014 NHL Draft. It sounds like the team is considering drafting Ryan MacInnis, the son of legendary defenseman Al MacInnis. Ryan is a forward who chipped in 37 points in 66 games in the OHL during 2013-14. He’d obviously be more comfortable in an organization where […]
You can add yet another name to the St. Louis Blues Rumor Mill.
By now you’ve probably heard that the Blues are least somewhat interested in Jason Spezza. Though it’s pretty noteworthy that the Blues are even interested, the whole topic led to two key questions: What would it cost and would Spezza even want to play in St. Louis? The cost is still unclear, but some rumors […]
The St. Louis Blues will return a large portion of their roster from 2013-14 in 2014-15. With the goaltending decision made, the Blues have a couple of very important areas to address this summer. One is help offensively and the other involves beefing up the defense. Here’s what TSN says the Blues need to do […]
A St. Louis Blues uniform change has been rumored for the past several years. The belief has been that with a new owner would come a new uniform, removing the old regime’s stamp on the team. With Tom Stillman firmly cemented as the team’s owner, is a jersey change in store? Possibly. Here’s what Jeremy […]
St. Louis Blues fans are a dedicated bunch. You probably could have assumed as much considering the Scottrade Center continues to draw fairly large crowds despite the fact the organization has yet to win a Cup. So, is there a way to measure just how loyal Blues fans are compared to fans of other teams? […]
The St. Louis Post-Dispatch posted a fun interview with T.J. Oshie. It’s behind their new paywall for premium content, but there’s an easy way around that which doesn’t involve having a subscription (Hint – Use the stop button on your browser). Oshie’s interview was so perfectly Oshie that it had to be shared. Here’s a couple […]
The Blues have signed Joakim Lindstrom to a one-year, $700,000 contract. Lindstrom spent the last two seasons skating in the Swedish Elite League, but previously spent time with the Colorado Avalanche, Phoenix Coyotes and Columbus Blue Jackets. No, this isn’t the flashy move fans were hoping for, but it makes a lot of sense and for […]
The search for a new goaltending coach is over. Just a few days after the Blues stated they weren’t in a rush to name a new coach, they announce they have hired Jim Corsi. You’re probably pretty familiar with Corsi’s resume (yes, he created the fancy stat), but if you aren’t, he served as Buffalo’s […]
T.J. Oshie won’t be on the cover of EA’s latest NHL video game. Oshie made it to the second round of voting, but was booted from the contest by Boston’s Patrice Bergeron. The contest is now down to P.K. Subban versus Bergeron. Before you get mad at Blues fans for not voting enough to send […]
The St. Louis Blues aren’t in a rush to hire a new goaltending coach. After releasing Corey Hirsch, it was clear the Blues intended to go in a new direction, but it’s still unclear what kind of direction that may be. The St. Louis Post-Dispatch reports that Buffalo coach Jim Corsi, Nashville’s Mitch Korn and […]