ST. LOUIS - After missing the past 4 games with a lower-body injury, the Blues will welcome veteran center Paul Stastny back into the lineup tonight against the Florida Panthers (7pm, NHLN, FS-MW).
Stastny, who suffered the injury in a game on February 9 against Toronto, is expected to re-join fellow
Make no mistake, it was an epic clash of two division rival titans in the opening round of the Stanley Cup Playoffs.
ST. LOUIS -- Having found a way to use depth, battle adversity and overcome a season-long struggle with injuries, the Blues have earned the franchise's 40th trip to the playoffs, and find themselves in a battle for the top spot in the Central Division and Western Conference. The Blues have
Despite missing time, Steen remains second on the team in points this season, having posted 17 goals and 30 assists in 61 games played.
ST. LOUIS – The Blues are right in the middle of a 3-team race for the Central Division crown. To win the Central and vie for the top spot in the Western Conference, the Blues will need to dig deep and achieve a far superior level of consistency than what
The year was 1967. New business owners watched in awe as their hopes and dreams of having a professional hockey team finally came to fruition. The NHL was about to double in size. 6 teams previously under the league’s name would quickly become accompanied by 6 more.
6 new franchises…with 6
ST. LOUIS -- GM Doug Armstrong has announced a move with the Edmonton Oilers that will bring goaltender Anders Nilsson to St. Louis and send goaltender Niklas Lundstrom and a 2016 fifth round draft pick to Edmonton.
Nilsson is 25 years of age and played in 26 games this season for
ST. LOUIS -- As the old adage goes…when it rains, it pours.
The Blues have been rattled by injuries up and down the roster during the 2015-2016 campaign, and only 3 players have managed to steer free of injured reserve.
Goaltender Brian Elliott, who was arguably the team’s best player over the
ST. LOUIS - Jake Allen sustained an injury in the Blues’ Jan. 8 matchup with the Anaheim Ducks, forcing GM Doug Armstrong to place him on injured reserve. From there it was simple; the Blues would turn entirely to Brian Elliott for stability, tenacity, and positive results. In the ‘Notes