A big gap for the Canucks and Boeser The Fourth Period: As of Friday night there was a “considerable gap” in contract talks between the Vancouver Canucks and Brock Boeser. The sides appear to be working on a bridge deal, maybe for three years. The Canucks are reportedly offering less than $6 million a season
It’s never easy to analyze a trade, especially when players involved in the deal are still playing in juniors. A lot of things factor into a move like the one that saw the Brayden Schenn trade to the St. Louis Blues on NHL Draft Day 2017. What many seem to forget is that this wasn’t
The 2018-19 St. Louis Blues won the Stanley Cup Championship, the first in the history of the franchise. But, naturally, some players made a bigger contribution than others. In this series, we’ll look at the Blues’ star players, and see who made the grade and who needs to retake the test. When the St. Louis
Blues mailbag and notes Tom Timmermann of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch: (mailbag) With the St. Louis Blues salary cap situation and young players already under contract, not easy to see Patrick Maroon coming back unless it’s on a PTO. Believe the Blues should be looking to re-sign Alex Pietrangelo and Brayden Schenn to contract extensions.
report this ad In today’s NHL rumor rundown, there are updates out of Philadelphia where the Flyers are trying to finish what they started with the acquisition of Kevin Hayes, the Dallas Stars are making some moves and there is potential movement on a Joe Pavelski re-signing in San Jose. Plus, did a star forward
report this ad Hang around Philadelphia in the days after a coach is fired, or a player is traded away, you’ll inevitably hear something along the lines of “Great, another guy who’ll win a championship somewhere else.” Welp, if the St. Louis Blues finish their climb toward the top of the NHL totem pole, those