1. Backes Reunited with Steen, Oshie for Game 4

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  2. Hitch Scrambles Lines at Morning Skate as Blues Try to Avoid 3-1 Series' Hole

    Game 4, Wild vs. St. Louis Blues , tonight at 8:30, Xcel Energy Center. So, it's hurry up and wait time for the late start...

    Zachary Petersel Written by Zachary Petersel about 4 months ago 7 reads 0 comments

  3. Wayne Gretzky Says Blues' Best Players Need to Step Up, Simple as That

    Hockey Hall of Fame forward Wayne Gretzky offered a succinct explanation of what the St. Louis Blues need to do in order to bounce back from Monday's Game 3 loss to the Minnesota Wild ...

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  4. Hitchcock Counting on Blues' Resiliency

    In their home away from home at Xcel Energy Center, the Blues have hung a banner bearing the slogan, “Pressure is a privilege...

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  5. Big Changes in St. Louis Draw Nearer

    For the second time in the first three games of their first-round series against Minnesota, the St. Louis Blues came out with a flat effort and were defeated by the Wild Monday...

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  6. Three Players the St. Louis Blues Should Bench in Game 4

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  7. St. Louis Blues Rumors: Four Coaching Prospects

    If the St. Louis Blues fail to exit the first round yet again, we could see Blues head coach Ken Hitchcock bid farewell to the team into which he has sunk four years of his life and professional career, since he was named head coach in November of 2011.

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  8. Blues Forget Fundamentals in Disconcerting Loss

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  9. Blues' Allen: 'We've Dug Ourselves a Hole'

    The St. Louis Blues couldn't generate much of anything, just 17 shots on goal on Devan Dubnyk by the end of Monday's game, and now trail the Minnesota Wild 2-1 in their opening-round series...

    Default-user-icon-comment Written by Scott Semmler about 4 months ago 3 reads 0 comments

  10. NHL.com - Blues aim to end road losing streak in playoffs

    ST. PAUL, Minn. -- The St. Louis Blues ' 4-1 victory against the Minnesota Wild in Game 2 of the Western Conference First Round confirmed that the series will return to St. Louis for a fifth game...

    Zachary Petersel Written by Zachary Petersel about 5 months ago 3 reads 0 comments

  11. Blues Turning to Vladimir Tarasenko -- Again -- as They Head into Game 3

    Any momentum from a 51-win season and a Central Division title seemed to fade for the St. Louis Blues with a disappointing playoff-opening defeat...

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  12. Blues Bracing for Hostility at Minnesota

    The Colorado Avalanche were winless in three postseason games against the Minnesota Wild at Xcel Energy Center last season...

    Zachary Petersel Written by Zachary Petersel about 5 months ago 4 reads 0 comments

  13. Stanley Cup playoffs roundup: Things even out for Lightning, Blues and Penguins

    The Red Wings avoided a shutout on Tomas Tatar's third-period tip-in, but Lightning keeper Ben Bishop stopped the other 23 Detroit shots. Filppula added a late power-play goal for the final margin...

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  14. St. Louis Blues whip Minnesota Wild 4-1, even series at game apiece

    Vladimir Tarasenko scored two goals in the first period and then had an empty-netter for his first career playoff hat trick, leading the St...

    Ryan Ocenada Written by Ryan Ocenada about 5 months ago 3 reads 0 comments

  15. Blues Even Series with 4-1 Win over Wild

    Vladimir Tarasenko had the Blues ' first postseason hat trick in more than a decade as the Blues beat the Wild 4-1 on Saturday afternoon to even their first-round series with the Wild at a game apiece...

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  16. STL Blues History on Twitter

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  17. David Backes Saves Game Tying Goal

    That was close. This is the kind of thing we want to see more of from the captain, though I'd rather not see him have the opportunity to do that again.....

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  18. Video: Tarasenko Scores Twice Giving the Blues an Early Lead

    St. Louis Blues ' sniper Vladimir Tarasenko scored twice in the first period to give the Blues a 2-0 lead...

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  19. Once Again, Hitchcock Says Blues' Checking Was Missing

    The Blues ' ability to bounce back in Game 2 against Minnesota on Saturday afternoon will depend on how involved they are in checking the Wild , Ken Hitchcock said after today's practice...

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  20. St. Louis Blues Overcomplicate Things in Cringeworthy Game 1 vs. Wild

    It was death by a thousand passes Thursday for the St. Louis Blues , who dropped Game 1 of their first-round playoff matchup to the Minnesota Wild 4-2...

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  21. Too Little, Too Late for Blues in Game 1 Loss

    The St. Louis Blues started their run to the cup tonight against the Wild at Scottrade. Jake Allen would get the start in goal for the Blues. Devan Dubnyk would start for the WIld...

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  22. Blues Haven't Forgotten About Bortuzzo

    When the Blues opened their Western Conference playoff series against Minnesota Thursday night at Scottrade Center, Ken Hitchcock acknowledged that his team was “missing a pretty good player, a player that can add to the group...

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  23. 5 Reasons You Should Pay Attention to the St. Louis Blues

    Let's admit it, Hannibal isn't the best place for a hockey fan. There isn't an ice rink in town and while winter can get mighty chilly, the warmth of a Missouri summer can quickly put winter sports in the rearview mirror...

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  24. Blues Pick Allen to Start in Net vs. Wild

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  25. Blues Wrap Up Regular Season with 4-2 Win over Wild : Sports

    The Blues wrapped up the regular season with a 4-2 victory over Minnesota Saturday afternoon at Scottrade Center, narrowing their list of possible playoff opponents...

    James Wrabel Written by James Wrabel about 5 months ago 24 reads 0 comments