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The St. Louis Blues are one game away from starting their summer. Based on how several skaters have played the last few games, some might have big summer plans they can't wait to start.
What's there to say? If you've been around here or if you've been a Blues fan for any period of time you should know what to expect by now. The Blues will raise your expectations and give you hope only to crush them when it matters most.
In Game 5 the Blues battled back to tie the game 1-1 after allowing an early goal to start the second period. After giving up a goal in the first minute of the third period, the team appeared to have packed it in and called it a night. Not so fast. Alex Pietrangelo tied the contest with the goalie pulled and less than a minute to go in the contest.
Bring on OT. Blues brought the pressure, but were caught on a 3-on-2 and Brian Elliott lifted his leg over Slava Voynov's shot. Game over.
The motto of today's story is unchang...
BEST OF MAXIM
For those of you that are chowing down on some late night food, I think you might not want to continue with the rest of this post.
Below is an image of a St. Louis Blues fan with an interesting shirt:
(Courtesy of The Big Lead)
ST. LOUIS In a quiet locker room, gruff answers were issued in clipped sentences.
"We lost an important hockey game," Jaden Schwartz said. "Frustration is definitely part of it. We live to fight another day."
"That's playoff hockey, Alex Pietrangelo added. "And we have to keep grinding."
"We had our chances, and we didn't bury them...
Local LA news anchor Rob Fukuzaki of ABC 7 was in charge of reading highlights from the Kings' stunning Game 5 overtime victory over the St. Louis Blues. When it came time to read about how the time got to OT in the first place, Fukuzaki butchered Alex Pietrangelo's name, instead referring to him as "Alex Pad-dra-dello", or at least that's our best guess...
St. Louis Blues forward Jaden Schwartz didn’t take to the overtime loss too kindly on Wednesday night. Schwartz was backchecking at the end of a shift and his man, Los Angeles Kings defenseman Slava Voynov, scored the game winning goal because Schwartz couldn’t get back in time. Schwartz took out his frustration on the bench with his stick and the Blues now head back to Los...
The blues lost 3-2 in OT to the Kings Wednesday night. Perhaps the cause?
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Either way, hot.
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If you've followed the first five games of the St. Louis Blues-Los Angeles Kings series, you're aware that several noteworthy players on the St. Louis roster have yet to show up for the playoffs. Key players, ones that are major components to the team's offense, have yet to make an impression in the postseason.
You can pin the Blues' offensive woes on plenty...
ST. LOUIS (AP) The defending Stanley Cup champions certainly looked the part while evening their series against the St. Louis Blues, whose best move is turning the page.
The Los Angeles Kings dominated the second half of Game 4, powering past a pair of deficits behind forechecking that put the Blues on their heels, and have all the momentum in a series that's tied at 2-2.
ST. LOUIS (AP) -- Slava Voynov scored on an odd-man rush at 12 minutes of overtime and the Los Angeles Kings beat the St. Louis Blues for the third straight time, 3-2 Wednesday night. The win put the defending Stanley Cup champions on the verge of surviving the first round, leading 3-2 heading to Game 6 in Los Angeles on Saturday. Alex Pietrangelo scored on a wrist shot from...
ST. LOUIS (AP) Slava Voynov scored on an odd-man rush at 12 minutes of overtime and the Los Angeles Kings beat the St. Louis Blues for the third straight time, 3-2 Wednesday night.
The win put the defending Stanley Cup champions on the verge of surviving the first round, leading 3-2 heading to Game 6 in Los Angeles on Saturday.
Alex Pietrangelo scored on a wrist shot from the point...
Fridays (May 10) Cardinals game vs. Colorado will be televised on FOX Sports Midwest Plus in the St. Louis market and on alternate channels on DirecTV, Dish and AT&T U-verse. This is because of overlap with the St. Louis Blues playoff game on FOX Sports Midwest.
Outside the St. Louis market the Cardinals-Rockies game will air on the FOX Sports Midwest main channel on cable TV...
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KINGS 4, BLUES 3
There's never a true consensus of how a fan base feels. No matter what day of the year, a small percentage will be content while the majority believes the sky is falling and all hope is lost.
I, for reasons unbeknownst to me, have been confident...
EL SEGUNDO, Calif. (AP) Robyn Regehr broke his nose and got a puck in his ear, while captain Dustin Brown merely has a jagged cut on the bridge of his unbroken nose. Other Los Angeles Kings bear their own souvenirs, and several St. Louis Blues are similarly marked up.
After five bruising games of this first-round playoff series, the Kings and Blues are pretty certain they're...