Alex Pietrangelo contributed 46 points in 81 games for the Blues last season. Based on that statistic alone, you might be under the impression Pietrangelo was deserving of his $5.5 million he earned in 2014-15. The problem is that when you dig a bit deeper, or when you watch enough Blues games, you start to notice […]
Blues fans have been lamenting the fact the team traded away goaltender Ben Bishop in 2012 and now he’s preparing to take on the Chicago Blackhawks in the Stanley Cup Final. Bishop may join the annoyingly-long list of former Blues to win a Cup, but it’s still important to avoid looking at the Bishop situation […]
The Blues have a pretty rotten recent history in Game 5s. Looking back over the last couple seasons, the script has gone Game 5 loss followed by Game 6 elimination. Will the story repeat itself this season against the Wild? Two years ago, the Blues entered Game 5 at home with the series tied at […]
The Blues’ Game 5 loss at home was infuriating and extremely disappointing. Apparently one fan decided to take a play out of the Edmonton and Toronto playbook and decided to toss a jersey on the ice to show their frustration. No photos or video of the incident have surfaced, but several fans have confirmed the […]
After the Blues’ horrible performance in Game 3 against the Wild, you’d imagine the team would have a lot to work on in practice today. At the very least, practice would prove to be an opportunity to get everyone back on the same page out on the ice. Apparently Ken Hitchcock has a different strategy […]
If you watched Game 3 between the Blues and the Wild, you probably have a pretty strong opinion about how the Blues played. I aired most of my grievances on Twitter, but what better place to rant about that miserable game than on the blog dedicated to the team that failed to show up in […]
If you weren’t in attendance for Game 1 between the St. Louis Blues and the Minnesota Wild, you missed a pretty spectacular on-ice show prior to the opening faceoff. The Blues used a combination of video, on-ice projections and sound to create a memorable introduction to the playoffs. Pretty cool stuff.
Are you trying to find the first round series between the St. Louis Blues and the Minnesota Wild on TV? The guide below will help you find where the Blues and Wild will be on in your area. Game 1 – Thursday, April 16th at 8:30pm in St. Louis Fox Sports Midwest, NBCSN Game 2 […]
The playoff schedules for the first round have been released and now we know when the St. Louis Blues and the Minnesota Wild will begin their opening round matchup.
The Blues-Stars game on Friday night was a blast from the past. Defense was optional for both teams as the Blues won 7-5. There were a ton of different angles and topics to discuss in a game that featured 12 goals, but one of the most notable was the fact the Blues and Stars combined to […]
The Blues are officially headed to the playoffs. The previous statement has been pretty much guaranteed for some time now, but the Blues made things official with a win over the Calgary Flames. The Blues are making their fourth consecutive trip to the second season and they will compete for the Cup for the 39th […]
The St. Louis Blues and the St. Louis Cardinals have had an extremely friendly and cooperative relationship over the last few years. Sure, the Cardinals bump the Blues out of the spotlight pretty much as soon as spring training starts, but it’s fun to see the Cards attend games and the two squads legitimately seem […]
Team calendars are a good idea in theory, but they almost always result in some awkward situations following the trade deadline. The Blues’ team calendar is no exception, but this year’s calendar is a bit more embarrassing due to one bad typo.
The St. Louis Blues are second in the Central and fifth in the NHL with 99 points, but there’s still plenty of areas for concern. The team’s offense has been improved this season, but of late, it takes a while for the forwards to find their mark. When it comes to the first period, the […]
The Blues found themselves trailing by two during the second period in Pittsburgh. The Penguins tallied two goals in 17 seconds and the Blues looked ready to pack it in and coast through the remainder of the contest. Then something shifted the momentum and got the Blues back in the game. Was it an inspirational speech […]