1. Tarasenko Scratched vs. Bruins

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  2. Olympians Prove Blues' Solid Player Evaluation

    In the weeks since the Olympic men's hockey rosters were announced in January, and the Blues and Chicago tied for the most NHL players selected to represent their countries with 10, there has been unlimited discussion on what the distinction means..

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  3. T.J. Oshie's Goal Fools Everyone, Except T.J. Oshie

    The Ottawa Senators beat the St. Louis Blues 5-4 after a shootout Tuesday night, but if not for video replay or the keen eyes of T.J. Oshie, the game may not have made it that far...

    Benjamin Zweiman Written by Benjamin Zweiman about 2 months ago 193 reads 0 comments

  4. NHL.com: Blues, Hitchcock Focused on Points

    When the St. Louis Blues played the Ottawa Senators on Dec. 16 it was the start of what eventually turn out to be an 11-game absence for Alexander Steen...

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  5. Blues Actively Shopping Stewart

    The Blues have been shopping right wing Chris Stewart for some time, dating back to last season, and he could still be the odd man out in St. Louis.....

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  6. Blues Hope to Remain Focused Before Olympic Break

    With nine players, their head coach and their general manager all headed to Russia for the upcoming Winter Olympics, the St. Louis Blues could easy find distractions in the week leading up to the break...

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  7. Tarasenko's OT Goal Leads Blues Past Preds

    ST. LOUIS -- Vladimir Tarasenko scored and added an assist in regulation, and then netted the deciding goal in the shootout to lead the St. Louis Blues to a 4-3 win over the Nashville Predators on Saturday night...

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  8. Sobotka Listed as Day-to-Day

    ST. LOUIS - Blues forward Vladimir Sobotka is listed as day-to-day with a lower body injury he suffered late in the Jan. 31 game against the Carolina Hurricanes ...

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  9. Vladimir Sobotka (Lower-Body) out Tonight vs. Predators

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  10. Oshie Is Blues' Man for All Reasons

    Depth and flexibility have been calling cards for the Blues this season. They have several forwards capable of playing different roles and the coaching staff has taken advantage on numerous occasions...

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  11. Steen Riding Five-Game Point Streak, but Still 'Expecting More of Myself'

    In his last five games, Blues forward Alex Steen has three goals and seven points — the kind of production most NHL forwards would love to have...

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  12. Blues' Casino Night Benefits Charity

    The St. Louis Blues were at Scottrade Center Wednesday night, but the ice wasn't down. They were there for the annual Casino Night, and played poker and took part in other table games with fans, benefitting the 14 Fund...

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  13. Stewart Responds to Low Ice Time, Line Demotion

    After playing a season-low 5:32 against the Islanders and getting dropped to the fourth line against the Devils , Chris Stewart didn't need to be told what it all meant...

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  14. NHL Trade Rumors: St. Louis Blues' Possible Trade Scenarios for Ryan Miller

    The St. Louis Blues are having a terrific season in the freshly realigned and very competitive Central Division. Many of their star players are having career years, and the team has rarely fallen victim to slumps or inconsistencies...

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  15. Blues Avenge Blowout Loss to Devils

    Let's be perfectly clear here. This was not payback. The Blues weren't angry with the New Jersey Devils for last week's 7-1 humiliation at the Prudential Center...

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  16. Tarasenko Making Big Strides

    For two seasons after Vladimir Tarasenko was drafted by the Blues in 2010, the only avenue fans had to see the Russian prospect play was the Internet. The images perhaps left drool on more than one keyboard...

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  17. Paajarvi 'Didn't Deserve' to Be Scratched Saturday

    Alexander Steen wasn't expected to play on Saturday after suffering a fractured toe. When he ended up in the lineup anyways, the Blues had to adjust and Magnus Paajarvi ended up being the odd man out...

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  18. Blues Rally Late in Third, Edge Islanders in Shootout

    UNIONDALE, N.Y. -- They were forced to go the distance, but the St. Louis Blues completed a successful four-game road trip Saturday at Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum...

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  19. Alexander Steen (Lower-Body) Will Play Today vs. Islanders

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  20. Blues' Trip to Yale to Support Schwartz All 'About Family'

    NEW HAVEN, Conn. – In the dressing room of the Yale women's hockey team, No. 17 still hangs in its proper stall. One day a year, the jersey is brought.....

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  21. Hitchcock: Steen Day-to-Day with Lower-Body Injury

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  22. Steen Day-to-Day with Lower-Body Injury

    When Alexander Steen was neck-and-neck with the likes of Alex Ovechkin for the goal-scoring lead, many wondered if he could stay hot. Maybe they should have asked if he could stay healthy, instead...

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  23. Steen Suffers Lower-Body Injury

    Alex Steen is out for the rest of the game with a lower-body injury, no doubt sustained on that Dan Girardi hit...

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  24. Tarasenko Returns to Lineup vs. Rangers

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  25. Hull-O? Brett Hull Is Calling. Will St. Louis Answer?

    Flash back 21 years ago to the conclusion of a Blues game at the old St. Louis Arena. Brett Hull and Kelly Chase have just emerged from the building when the players, ready for some postgame revelry, realize that neither of them has a set of wheels...

    Benjamin Cruz Written by Benjamin Cruz about 3 months ago 39 reads 0 comments