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The St. Louis Blues have more salary cap space than any team in the National Hockey League today, more than $20 million. The franchise is operating on a tight budget. But the new Tom Stillman ownership group would consider adding some salary this spring if the right trade opportunity presented itself.So general manager Doug Armstrong has hit the road to survey some possibilities. His regular presence at Philadelphia Flyers games leads the Philadelphia Daily News to believe he doing some business.Flyers general manager Paul Holmgren is feeling some heat with his high-paid team struggling. This man loves to sign players to comically oversized contracts and then dump them so he can sign different players to comically oversized contracts.How Holmgren keeps his job doing this year after a year is a mystery, but, hey, good for him.If Holmgren could convince Danny Briere to waive his full no-movement clause – which would take some doing – the Blues would have to at least consider the scena...
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ST. LOUIS St. Louis Blues Executive Vice President and General Manager Doug Armstrong announced the club has placed forward Andy McDonald on Injured Reserve today. McDonald is listed as week-to-week after suffering a left knee injury during practice yesterday at St. Louis Mills. In addition, the Blues have listed forward Alex Steen as day-to-day with an upper body injury. Steen...
The St. Louis Blues suffered a huge blow this week, losing forwards Andy McDonald and Alex Steen to injuries that occurred during practice of all places. The timing of the injuries could not have come at a worst time for the Blues, who are set to welcome the Chicago Blackhawks on Thursday night at the Scottrade Center.
Just a week removed from losing Vladimir Tarasenko to a concussion...
ST. LOUIS – St. Louis Blues Executive Vice President and General Manager Doug Armstrong announced the club has placed forward Andy McDonald on Injured Reserve today. McDonald is listed as week-to-week after suffering a left knee injury during practice yesterday at St. Louis Mills. In addition, the Blues have listed forward Alex Steen as day-to-day with an upper body injury...
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Chicago Blackhawks @ St. Louis Blues
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The stats tell the story yet again. If the Hawks can stay out of the penalty box, they have a very good chance to extend their record-setting regulation points streak to 20 games. The Blues are very dangerous on the power play. And while it would be easy to...
#Flyers GM Paul Holmgren announced that (F) Tye McGinn will be out at least 2 weeks with a broken orbital bone
— Philadelphia Flyers (@NHLFlyers) February 26, 2013
Probably happened in this fight with Mike Brown last night.
The NHL trade market picked up on Tuesday afternoon with a pair of trades, and it sounds like teams are far from done wheeling and dealing.
One of the teams expected to be most active leading up to the trade deadline are the Philadelphia Flyers, who made a deal Tuesday. The Flyers brought Simon Gagne back from Los Angeles in exchange for a conditional draft pick.
They aren’t done...
I don't think this is the end to the Flyers wheeling 'n dealing.
When the Simon Gagne deal was first announced I didn't get it b/c Gagne wasn't playing, wasn't scoring, etc.
Now, had GM Paul Holmgren has been candid with the media and told us after the game that Tye McGinn had an injury or had he said it was bad on Tuesday at practice, then this would have...