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Red Wings defenseman Brad Stuart hit Alex Piterangelo cleanly, but St. Louis Blues forward Chris Stewart would have none of it. The fight sparked the Wings, and Stewart’s 2-5-and-10 for instigating allowed the Wings to tie the game:
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The St. Louis Blues are having plenty of fun with their new postgame tradition. And the puns are as bad as one might think.
Similar to some teams' Hard Hat winner', the Blues have begun handing out their own award following wins: the Weenie of the game.
The prize for the toughest and most deserving player is a large hot-dog weenie hat that the winner must wear in front...
DETROIT -- The Detroit Red Wings had to fight to extend their franchise record home winning streak to 17 games. Literally.
But in the process of their 3-1 victory, they showed their Central Division rival, the St. Louis Blues (29-13-6), that you have to be a little choosy as to when you fight.
The Wings (33-15-1) were not upset they trailed 1-0 late in the first period, they were...
Last September, we told you about Darren McCarty's rather interesting career move: Working for American Jewelry and Loan in Detroit, a pawnshop featured on the truTV series "Hardcore Pawn."
On Tuesday night's episode, we get to see how the former Detroit Red Wings grinder got the gig, but not before we see Darren McCarty try to pawn a 14-foot taxidermied alligator...
In Chicago, they have the championship belt. In Washington, they have the hard hat. In New York, they have the Broadway Hat.
As the St. Louis Blues have surged up the Western Conference standings since November, the team has recently decided to give out their own post-game award to the player who stands out in each of their wins.
Here's captain David "Inglourious" Backes...
2011-12 Game 49
Pittsburgh Penguins (27-17-4, 58 points) at St. Louis Blues (29-12-6, 64 points)
Nice two color patch. Backes is a terrific hockey player who is hot right now.
Why does it matter?
Rangers? Flyers? Capitals? They have nothing on the Blues. The Blues have been absolutely...
It's the last game before the All Star break which brings it's own kind of fun. But we need to honor the end the first half of the season, mostly because I said so. Any half of a season in which the Wild spent a good amound of time at the top is a half of a season to remember.Moment of silence for when Minnesota was good.All right, now, let's talk about drinking and watching...
Welcome everyone! Tonight the Pens will battle the St. Louis Blues in their last game before the All-Star break, which means this is our final in-game blog until next Tuesday against Toronto. Tear.
Tonight, the Pens are looking to...
Datsyuk said he doesn't anticipate missing the Montreal game nor having to pull out of Sunday's All-Star Game. "I have little problem with some part of my upper body," he said. "I can't tell you what it is. You are like KGB agent. You want to know more than you need know."
Pavel Datsyuk and Johan Franzen scored in the second period, and the Detroit Red Wings beat the St. Louis Blues 3-1 on Monday night for their 17th straight home win -- the NHL's longest single-season streak in 36 years.
Pavel Datsyuk and Johan Franzen scored in the second period, and the Detroit Red Wings beat the St. Louis Blues 3-1 on Monday night for their 17th straight home win — the NHL's longest single-season streak in 36 years.
Who: Pittsburgh Penguins (27-17-4) vs. St. Louis Blues (29-13-6) Where: Scottrade Center When: 8:00 PM EST Channel: ROOT Sports Six straight? Ya know seven is better than six. The Blues beat the Penguins the last time out (preview) 3-2 in overtime. The Penguins played their patented one period of hockey and both of their [...]
Chris Kunitz scored the deciding goal on a backhander in the fourth round of a shootout and the Pittsburgh Penguins took a seven-game winning streak into the All-Star break with a 3-2 victory over the St. Louis Blues on Tuesday night.
DETROIT - The Red Wings fought, hit, skated and scored Monday to secure themselves a 17th straight victory at...