Found January 11, 2012 on
Center - STL
GOALS: 1 | ASST: 3 | PTS: 4
SOG: 13 | +/-: -3
Defense - STL
GOALS: 0 | ASST: 0 | PTS: 0
SOG: 1 | +/-: -1
ST. LOUIS – St. Louis Blues Executive Vice President and Gener...
BEST OF MAXIM
Despite losing 3-2 in overtime to the Vancouver Canucks Thursday night at Scottrade Center, the St. Louis Blues proved to themselves and likely the rest of the NHL that they aren't going anywhere.
The Blues played every bit as good and arguably better than the Western Conference's top team, missing a chance to take over the top spot on a questionable penalty late in regulation...
Here is a disturbing thought for the immediate rivals of the St. Louis Blues: This team is only now beginning to play to its full ability.Never mind all those one-goal victories Ken Hitchcock racked up after taking over as coach. That was just the warm-up act.This team – the one that skated over the Canadiens 3-0 in Montreal Tuesday night – is the one the rest of the National...
Ron Caron, a longtime assistant general manager with the Montreal Canadiens who went on to become GM of the St. Louis Blues, has died. He was 82.
A Blues team spokesman says Caron died Monday in Montreal.
Nicknamed the ''The Professor'' for his strong hockey memory, Caron worked under GM Sam Pollock in Montreal and helped the team win six Stanley Cups in the 1970s...
Jaroslav Halak‘s triumphant return to Montreal was everything he could have hoped for. He got into town early so he could visit his favorite Montreal Establishment (to get all the poison out) before the game and it clearly showed. Yes the punchless Canadian’s only made him make 19 saves, but Halak had a little thing called Karma on his side… Or something… Your...
First off, condolences to the family of Ron Caron. A legend in Montreal, St. Louis, and beyond.
And so, it was fitting that Montreal and St. Louis played on Tuesday night. Or, should I say St. Louis, as Montreal didn’t show up.
This team is as Jekyll and Hyde as the 2009 Habs - a team led by Jaroslav Halak, who defeated this year’s Canadiens on Tuesday night.
I just can’t...
As the seconds wound down at the Bell Centre on Tuesday night, the boo-birds sang loud and clear as the Canadiens failed to win at home for the 14th time this season, falling 3-0 to the St. Louis Blues. But as the Habs glided off the ice, those who had not left stood for a rousing ovation, saluting the man with the highest winning percentage in the history of the Bell Centre, Jaroslav...
MONTREAL (AP) With a little push from his St. Louis Blues teammates, Jaroslav Halak once again basked in the glow of a first
star selection at the Bell Centre.
MONTREAL - The Blues made many fans forget about their recent road woes and also coach Ken Hitchcock's decision...
Well that was disappointing now wasn't it?
In what was one of, if not the most hyped game of the year, your Montreal Canadiens were completely flat.
The return of the "great" Jaroslav Halak to the Bell Centre was not enough to stir his Canadiens counter-parts to action. Or, more accurately, the Canadiens were just no match for the high-flying St. Louis Blues....
Jaroslav Halak got the shutout in his first game back in Montreal and the St. Louis Blues extended their winning streak to four with a 3-0 victory over the Canadiens on Tuesday night.
The St. Louis Blues have been tough to beat at home, helping them become one of the best teams in the Western Conference. The Vancouver Canucks have shown they can win on the road, propelling them to the top of those standings.
Owners of the most home points in the NHL, the Blues try to remain undefeated in regulation for the 11th straight game at the Scottrade Center on Thursday...
The Brian Elliott story added another incredible chapter
Thursday, one that will add drama to the 2012 NHL All-Star
With a little push from his St. Louis Blues teammates, Jaroslav Halak once again basked in the glow of a first star selection at the Bell Centre. Halak got the shutout in his first game back in Montreal and St. Louis extended its winning streak to four with a 3-0 victory over the Canadiens on Tuesday night.
Seemingly destined for the goaltending scrapheap, Brian Elliott surfaced as a savior in St. Louis. Michael Farber says the journeyman is the biggest surprise of the season's first half.