Found February 10, 2012 on
NEWARK, N.J. — The news on injured forwards
Matt D'Agostini and Jason Arnott was no news Thursday, other than
waiting and seeing.
BEST OF MAXIM
ST. LOUIS (AP) -- St. Louis Blues forward Andy McDonald could return from a concussion as early as Sunday night at home against the San Jose Sharks.
The 34-year-old McDonald was injured Oct. 13 in Dallas and has dealt with multiple concussions in his career. He has been skating on a regular basis since Dec. 23.
The Blues wouldn't say when McDonald would return, but Sunday is...
Jason Arnott still nursing a shoulder injury
A month ago, Patrik Berglund might not have been in the game
mentally enough in the third period to score a game-tying goal, as
he did in Thursday's eventual 4-3 shootout win over New Jersey.
The Devils will get to see a familiar face on Thursday, when ex-captain Jamie Langenbrunner and the St. Louis Blues visit Prudential Center.
This will be Langenbrunner's first appearance at the Rock since he was traded to Dallas last Jan. 6. H...
Andy McDonald appears poised to join the Blues' lineup at any
given time. But considering the maddeningly unpredictable nature of
head injuries, and the process of recovery, no one is going on
The last Devils’ captain returns to play in Newark tonight for the first time since he was traded away last season.
Jamie Langenbrunner has been a vital veteran in the rise of the Blues under Ken Hitchcock this season. When last seen in Newark 13 months ago, he was on...
T.J. Oshie scored the only goal in the shoot-out, and relief goal Brian Elliott was perfect as the St. Louis Blues beat New Jersey, 4-3, on Thursday night to end the Devils' five-game winning streak. Oshie, the first shooter for the Blues, fooled goalie Johan Hedberg with an off-speed shot that trickled between his pads.
Jamie Langenbrunner returns to the Prudential Center
The St. Louis Blues are in the thick of a four-team race for the Central Division crown due in part to their success against Eastern Conference foes.
Facing the surging New Jersey Devils may provide one of their toughest tests yet.
New Jersey seeks its sixth straight victory Thursday night when it hosts St. Louis, which has earned 22 of a possible 24 points against the East this...
T.J. Oshie scored the only goal in the shootout and relief goaltender Brian Elliott was perfect Thursday night as the St. Louis Blues beat New Jersey, 4-3, at Prudential Center in Newark, N.J., to end the Devils' five-game winning streak. Oshie, the first shooter for the Blues, fooled Devils goalie Johan Hedberg with an off-speed shot that trickled through his pads.
St. Louis Blues forward Andy McDonald could return from a concussion as early as Sunday night at home against the San Jose Sharks.