Found March 21, 2013 on
After a tough 3-2 defeat on the road in Vancouver on Tuesday night, the Blues find themselves in Western Canada with a couple of days off. The Blues do not play until Saturday night when they travel to Edmonton in a game you would figure the Blues should win.
But if you look further down the schedule as the guys from The Cruddy Show did on Tuesday night, it becomes more apparent that the Blues simply must take care of business in the team's next three games.
After playing on the road at Edmonton on Saturday, the Blues will then travel to Calgary for a game against the Flames before coming home to see the Oilers again at the Scottrade Center.
The Blues must win all three of these games in order to position themselves in the best possible way for the final stretch of this abbreviated 48-game season.
The Oilers and Flames are both near the bottom of the Western Conference standings and the Blues can not afford to let precious, easily attainable points slip away at this point in...
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ST. LOUIS St. Louis Blues Executive Vice President and General Manager Doug Armstrong announced the club has activated forward Andy McDonald from Injured Reserve today.
McDonald, 35, has dressed in 18 games this season posting 11 points including three goals and eight assists to go along with eight penalty minutes. Overall, the 510, 175-pound forward has appeared in 12 National...
ST. LOUIS St. Louis Blues Executive Vice President and General Manager Doug Armstrong announced today the club has acquired a conditional fourth or fifth round draft pick in 2015 from New Jersey in exchange for forward Matt DAgostini and a conditional seventh round draft pick in 2015.
DAgostini, 26, has dressed in 16 games for the Blues this season posting two points (one goal...
Three Stars of the Week
1. Chris Stewart (St. Louis Blues)
Making his first appearance in the three stars of the week, Stewart’s top position is well deserved. In the Blues’ three games in the past seven days, Stewart had five goals and two assists, one of which came on the power play. Stewart won the game for the Blues against the Ducks and Coyotes at home and scored in...
ST. LOUIS – St. Louis Blues Executive Vice President and General Manager Doug Armstrong announced today the club has acquired a conditional fourth or fifth round draft pick in 2015 from New Jersey in exchange for forward Matt D’Agostini and a conditional seventh round draft pick in 2015.
The New Jersey Devils have acquired winger Matt D'Agostini from the St. Louis Blues in exchange for a conditional 5th round pick, as first reported by Andy Strickland.
D'Agostini, 26, has struggled to produce in St. Louis this year and is the odd man out because of that. While D'Agostini only has two points in 16 games this year, he can produce when given opportunity...