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St. Louis Classic returns to Steinberg Rink on December 13th

Get your skates ready! The St. Louis Classic returns to Steinberg Rink on December 13th. This giant outdoor viewing party for the Blues-Avalanche game brings thousands of fans together to celebrate hockey and the holidays. Here’s what you need to know: As always, a giant outdoor screen will be showing the Blues game. This year it […]

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Blues receive praise from Capitals after 4-1 win

The St. Louis Blues put on another impressive performance against the Washington Capitals on Saturday night, cruising to a 4-1 victory. The game featured long stretches of play where the Blues controlled the pace of the game and contained the Capitals within their own zone. The Capitals haven’t played like a Cup contender so far […]

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Tarasenko’s heroics masking Blues’ troubles on offense

The St. Louis Blues have won six consecutive games and are shooting up through the Central Division despite injuries to key players. Vladimir Tarasenko is the talk of the NHL and keeps scoring big goal after big goal. The goaltending duo of Brian Elliott and Jake Allen is performing better than expected and are eliminating […]

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Blues still lacking killer instinct against quality opponents

Stop me if you’ve heard this one before. The St. Louis Blues dominated a game for long stretches but failed to put the puck in the net and bury their opponent. Usually the story plays out with the Blues then giving up a goal and falling late in the game. On Thursday night against the LA […]

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Hitchcock calls preseason loss a “good wake-up call”

The St. Louis Blues haven’t exactly been very impressive in the preseason. In fact, they’ve been pretty bad. Most of that can be assigned to the fact that 1) the team is using young players who won’t be starters to see what they’re made of, 2) it’s the preseason, 3) everyone is a bit rusty […]

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St. Louis Blues stories to watch in the early stages of 2014-15

The 2014-15 season is almost upon us. Training camps will be starting around the NHL and pretty soon the puck will drop for real in a hockey arena near you. If you’re a Blues fan, what stories should you be following at the start of a new season? I’ve already touched on a couple of […]

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GIF: See how the Blues’ uniforms have evolved over the years

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 […]

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Report: New Blues uniforms are a “huge improvement”

The Blues will be changing up their uniforms for 2014-15. By now, you’ve probably heard reports that the changes will be mostly subtle and that the team is returning to a more classic look. There hasn’t been any clear indication as to what that means, but there’s now been a report from a very reliable […]

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Two big questions remain for the St. Louis Blues

The St. Louis Blues addressed a glaring issue when they signed both Paul Stastny and Jori Lehtera. The team’s offense looks the best its looked in years and the Blues finally have depth down the middle of the ice. While there will probably be some additional tinkering with the forwards (Berglund trade, anyone?), fans should be […]

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Blues sign Paul Stastny to a four-year contract

It actually happened. The St. Louis Blues signed Paul Stastny to a four-year contract worth $28 million. Stastny, 28, finally addresses a glaring need the Blues have had at center for the last several seasons. 

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Blues draft Robert Fabbri with 21st overall pick

The St. Louis Blues drafted Robert Fabbri with the 21st overall pick of the 2014 NHL Draft. Fabbri, a center, most recently skated in the OHL and compiled 87 points (45 goals, 42 assists) in 58 games. Fabbri’s resume is pretty impressive, but he – like most prospects – has a lot to work on. […]

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