The St. Louis Blues were hoping the trade-deadline acquisition of former Vezina Trophy-winning goalie Ryan Miller would help them reach the 2014 Stanley Cup Final, but the move turned out to be a disaster.
Miller struggled at the end of the regular season and in the Blues’ six-game Round 1 playoff series loss to the Chicago Blackhawks. He left the team in free agency to join the...
ST. LOUIS -- It's just about time to start getting worried about Blues forward Jaden Schwartz.
He officially became a holdout Friday afternoon, when St. Louis held the first practice of training camp without the 22-year-old left winger responsible for 25 goals and 31 assists last season. Only Alexander Steen, T.J. Oshie and David Backes contributed more points for the Blues....
Blues forward Jaden Schwartz remains unsigned and did not report to training today with the rest of the team.
Schwartz was a no-show as his contract dispute with the club continues.
"We've had dialogue recently," Blues general manager Doug Armstrong said. "But I don't know when he's going to be here. He's not here today, I don't expect him here...
ST. LOUIS -- Another season means another year of optimism for St. Lois Blues fans. After falling short a season ago, the Blues reloaded in the offseason and believe they're equipped to make a run at a Stanley Cup.
"This is the deepest team we've had since I've been here," said Head Coach Ken Hitchcock.
Losing Vladimir Sobotka to the KHL in Russia was certainly...
All 82 regular season St. Louis Blues games will be televised in 2014-15. Fox Sports Midwest announced their broadcast schedule for the upcoming season and they’ll be covering 71 games while the other 11 will be televised to a national audience. Of those national games, eight will appear on NBCSN and three will be shown on NBC.
Here’s the complete TV schedule for 2014-15:
Here’s a puzzling one. The St. Louis Blues have invited Paul Bissonette to training camp on a tryout. The tough forward was reportedly weighing his options between teams and as many as “five to six” teams were supposedly interested in him back in August. That brings us to the question – Why did the Blues, a team that’s loaded with forward depth, invite Biz to camp?
ST. LOUIS -- Paul Stastny may have gotten most of the attention this offseason as the sure thing to improve the Blues' depth at center, but Jori Lehtera will be the group's most intriguing X-factor.
His long-awaited NHL debut brings plenty of promise, considering all the success the 26-year-old from Finland had in the KHL the last four seasons. Lehtera had 44 points in 48...
ST. LOUIS - The Blues have invited unrestricted free agent forward Paul Bissonnette to a tryout at training camp.
Bissonnette, 29, has played in 202 career NHL games, registering seven goals and 15 assists (22 points). He has a plus-7 rating and 340 career penalty minutes.
Bissonnette spent the past five seasons with the Phoenix Coyotes. He made his NHL debut with the Pittsburgh...
As fans dissect Jori Lehtera’s skill on the ice and eagerly try to predict what he will bring to the table for the St. Louis Blues, the Finnish forward is quietly adjusting to life in St. Louis. In an interview seen on the team’s website, Lehtera revealed what he’s enjoying about in St. Louis as well as one other interesting piece of information.
In regards to St. Louis grocery...
In addition to goaltending, the Blues’ Jake Allen and Brian Elliott share another passion. They are both avid fishermen.
A week ago, after working on the ice together at a camp in Madison, Wis., Allen and Elliott set out for an afternoon of casting on the lake. Then on Sunday, after arriving in St. Louis, Elliott took Allen to see his first live NFL game, between the Rams and Vikings...
from Pierre LeBrun of ESPN,
Blues forward Jaden Schwartz, 22, is a restricted free agent coming off his entry-level deal and remains unsigned.
Because Schwartz has played only two NHL seasons (which includes the lockout-shortened year) and doesn't have arbitration rights, obviously there's only so much he can ask for.
While neither side in the negotiation wanted...
With training camp still a few weeks away, the St. Louis Blues felt it was a good time to reveal their new jerseys that they will wear in the upcoming 2014-2015 season. Is it called a jersey or a sweater? That’s an argument for another time, but the new jerseys that the Blues will be wearing are not all that new. The jerseys aren’t exactly the same as ones in the past but they...
St Louis Blues
C 1. Paul Stastny
2. David Backes
3. Patrik Berglund
4. Jori Lehtera
5. Maxim Lapierre
L 1. Alexander Steen
2. Jaden Schwartz
3. Steve Ott
4. Joakim Lindstrom
5. Magnus Paajarvi
6. Peter Mueller
R 1. T.J. Oshie
2. Vladimir Tarasenko ...
The St. Louis Blues are tired of losing to championship-caliber teams and now seek to make sweet music in the postseason. #128794346 / gettyimages.comST. LOUIS BLUES ReviewRoster Changes: In: C Paul Stastny (from Colorado), C Jori Lehtera (from KHL Novosobirsk), C Joakim Lindstrom (from Elitserien Skelleftea), D Carl Gunnarsson (from Toronto), D Chris Butler (from Calgary), D...
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Ryan Reaves feels a certain way about EA Sports NHL 15.
St. Louis Blues right winger Ryan Reaves is biracial which is pretty apparent from the picture above.
So Reaves, of light brown complexion, more than likely wants to know why he looks like Wesley Snipes in the upcoming NHL 15 game.
Somebody’s f*!?in’ up pic.twitter.com/3VhkmvkMCh
— Ryan Reaves (@rreaves75) August 25, 2014...