Found May 21, 2013 on Frozen Notes:
Before diving into the discussion that is the goaltending situation in St. Louis, let's stop and think back to Fall of 2012. During those few months we were focusing all of our anger and hatred towards the NHL lockout and those responsible for putting our favorite sport on hold. We all just wanted to see the St. Louis Blues play, especially considering they would enter the year with large expectations. If you were to ask a fan of the Blues what the team's strength was, they probably would have mentioned the team's goaltending. Jaroslav Halak and Brian Elliott combined to post the best GAA in the NHL in 2011-12 and appeared ready to back the Blues to big things in 2012-13.  It's amazing how much can change after just one abbreviated season. Halak was bit by the injury bug. Elliott was bit by the "I forgot how to play goalie" bug before redeeming himself later in the year. Jake Allen made his NHL debut and for the most part played well, placing plenty...

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ST. LOUIS Those who yearned for the St. Louis Blues to reach a new milestone in the Stanley Cup Playoffs became convinced: Maybe this could be the year. Such optimism was snuffed by the same Los Angeles Kings that booted the Blues last year. This time, the defending Stanley Cup champion beat St. Louis 4-2 in the best-of-seven conference quarterfinals. In the wake, Blues fans have...
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