ST. LOUIS – The Blues will have the chance to punch their ticket to the 2017 Stanley Cup Playoffs when they meet the Colorado Avalanche tonight at Pepsi Center (8pm. CT, FS-MW, KMOX).
A win in any fashion or a point earned in overtime would send the Blues to their 6th
ST. LOUIS – After the addition of goaltending depth two days ago, the Blues are back at it again, this time on defense.
St. Louis has agreed to terms with 21-year-old Jake Walman on a three-year, entry-level deal. The 6-foot defensemen was selected 82nd overall by the Blues in the 2014 NHL
ST. LOUIS - The Blues entered a five day hiatus in the regular season schedule on a sour note.
Panthers forward Vincent Trocheck scored with 4.6 seconds left in regulation on Monday, sending his team to a franchise best 5th straight road win and the St. Louis Blues to their 29th
The St. Louis Blues have placed forward Paul Stastny on the injured reserve.
Forward Martin Havlat announced his retirement from professional hockey on Wednesday.
After 14 seasons in the NHL, he's calling it a career. Havlat has 594 points in 790 career games with the Senators, Blackhawks, Wild, Sharks and the Blues.
His best season was in 08-09, when he had 77 points in 81
On Wednesday morning, Blues General Manager Doug Armstrong announced that Ken Hitchcock has been relieved of his duties as head coach. Yeo, who was hired last summer as the team's associate coach and was to take over as head coach of the Blues next season, was promoted effective immediately.
The St. Louis Blues have acquired forward Nail Yakupov.
Make no mistake, it was an epic clash of two division rival titans in the opening round of the Stanley Cup Playoffs.
Goaltending has been fantastic thus far for the St. Louis Blues. The Blues defeated the Blackhawks on Sunday afternoon 3-2, to take a 2-1 series lead in their Western Conference Quarter Final Matchup.
For the Blackhawks, Brent Seabrook and Artem Anisimov scored. For the Blues, it was Colton Parayko, Patrik Berglund
St. Louis Blues beat Chicago Blackhawks in Game 1 of Stanley Cup playoffs. David Backes returns from one week injury to score game winner, goaltender Brian Elliott gets first career playoff shutout on 35 shots.