St Louis Blues

Every September, eight teams of NHL prospects descend on the shores of Lake Michigan in Traverse City. For many years, the St. Louis Blues have been among those teams, and 2019 is no exception. The Blues are bringing a roster of 24 to Michigan to meet squads representing other NHL teams, including division rivals the
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Few one-year contracts have had a greater impact or legacy than the one Pat Maroon just officially brought to an end by signing with the Tampa Bay Lightning. The Oakville, Missouri native (a suburb of St. Louis) signed with his hometown team, reunited with his son, and scored the most dramatic goal in a Stanley
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Though it is not known as a hockey hot bed, the city of St. Louis has produced a number of terrific NHL talents over the years. Never was this more apparent than when five prospects from the city were drafted in the first round of the 2016 NHL Draft. Now that those players have arrived
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© Winslow Townson-USA TODAY Sports Patrick Maroon getting interest Michael Russo: Unrestricted free agent Patrick Maroon has over six ‘job opportunities’ for this season. No update on RFA Ivan Barbashev Jeremy Rutherford: As of yesterday, there is no update on St. Louis Blues restricted free agent forward Ivan Barbashev according to his agent. Guerin leading
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In March of 1965, a formal process began headed by then NHL President Clarence Campbell so that the league would expand its operation to include a second division of six teams. Gone would be the days of the so-called “Original Six” franchises. Joining them would be a half-dozen new teams that would see the NHL reach further
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© Billy Hurst-USA TODAY Sports The Toronto Maple Leafs have traded left-handed defenseman Andreas Borgman to the St. Louis Blues for right-handed defenseman Jordan Schmaltz. The 25-year old Schmaltz was drafted 25th overall in the first-round of the 2012 draft by the Blues. The 24-year-old Borgman was not drafted. Thoughts from the media Cap Friendly:
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When we discussed the St. Louis Blues’ offseason needs back in June, the first focus was power play help. At the time, we noted that the help could arrive either in the form of additional personnel, or with an additional assistant coach dedicated to special teams. It now looks like the Blues have addressed that
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While St. Louis Blues players are busy spending their days with the Stanley Cup, the team’s front office, led by general manager Doug Armstrong, is busy reuniting the championship squad for next season. With the signing of Oskar Sundqvist over the weekend, only two major restricted free agents remain unsigned: Ivan Barbashev and Joel Edmundson.
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