Blues will give out t-shirts for Game 1

The St. Louis Blues usually hand out one of two items during the playoffs: Rally towels or Thunder Sticks. The towels are always fun and Thunder Sticks are … well, no one would miss them. The Blues have decided to do things a little bit differently for Game 1 against the Blackhawks. This time they’re […]


Hitchcock says every injured player will play in the first round

Are you worried about all of the injuries on the St. Louis roster? Maybe you shouldn’t be. While it’s unclear who will return and when, it’s pretty interesting seeing Hitchcock make such a bold statement. It’s a telling comment, but it leaves him a bit of wiggle room. Yes, that means everyone. In case you’ve […]


2013-14: Ryan Miller vs. Jaroslav Halak vs. Brian Elliott

The 2013-14 regular season is officially in the books. As the Blues turn their attention on the playoffs, let’s take a quick look back at the season that was. Specifically, let’s see how the three goaltenders for the Blues performed. This was the most criticized and scrutinized area on the roster, so it only makes […]


TV info for Blues-Stars on April 11th

The Blues-Stars game on Friday night will be on alternate channels due to the Cardinals-Cubs game. Make all of the “baseball gets preferential treatment” comments you’d like, but here’s where you can find some hockey. FOX Sports Midwest Plus channel numbers All areas AT&T U-verse 691 (HD 1691) DirecTV 671-1 (HD 671-1) Dish 460 St. […]


Verizon boosts service in the Scottrade Center

Cell service is notoriously awful inside the Scottrade Center. Even what should be fairly simple, like sending a text message, is nearly impossible. Don’t even try to surf the web or make a call. The idea of having Wi-Fi inside the arena is one that seems like a distant dream. Verizon has taken steps to […]


Blues’ struggles are disheartening, but not surprising

The St. Louis Blues had a pretty tough weekend. They first dropped an ugly game against the Colorado Avalanche on Saturday before closing out the weekend with another defeat against the Chicago Blackhawks. In the scheme of things, the two losses weren’t too big of a story. They’re drops of water in the 82-game bucket […]


Blues set franchise record for wins in a season

An ugly 2-1 win over the Buffalo Sabres set a new franchise record as the Blues hit 52 wins in a season for the first time in the club’s history. It wasn’t the team’s best effort of the year (in fact, it may have been one of the worst in which they still earned two […]


Video: Ryan Miller robs Michael Raffl

Ryan Miller made a ton of huge saves in a 1-0 shootout win over the Philadelphia Flyers. In his first shutout with the Blues, Miller stood tall, repeatedly keeping the Blues in the game with big save after big save. You could fill an entire highlight reel with Miller’s saves from last night, but his […]


Single game playoff tickets on sale April 5th

Single game playoff tickets will go on sale Saturday, April 5th at 10am.  You’ll be able to find tickets for Homes Game 1 and Home Game 2 of the opening round at the Scottrade Center Box Office, at Ticketmaster locations or on There will be a four ticket limit per transaction. As if Blues […]


Blues attendance improving

Attendance was a major area of concern for the St. Louis Blues during the first half of 2013-14. Despite the team’s strong start, fans weren’t showing up for the team’s home games. Shutouts proved elusive as the team’s first crowd above 100% capacity (19,150) didn’t come until the 20th home game of the season. As […]


Report: Ryan Miller may have an interest in Anaheim

It’s no mystery that the St. Louis Blues want to sign Ryan Miller to a long contract. After giving up numerous pieces to secure him and Steve Ott, the Blues made it clear that they didn’t want their relationship with Miller to just be a short-term rental. Will Miller sign a new deal to stay […]