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Jay Bouwmeester’s injury is more than a little worrisome

Jay Bouwmeester’s injury hasn’t attracted much coverage ever since he suffered an “upper-body” injury against the San Jose Sharks. The St. Louis Blues ran a brief story on their website on March 25th stating he would miss at least two games, but there hasn’t been any additional coverage since then. Meanwhile, the national outlets (and finally the St. Louis Post-Dispatch...
Via Frozen Notes
March 31, 2016  |  Discuss

Video: Dustin Byfuglien crushes Jay Bouwmeester, tries to fight everyone

It is a tradition unlike any other – Dustin Byfuglien laying out everyone in the league. He doesn’t discern between teams, simply he will lay you out when he wants. That didn’t change last night when Byfuglien laid out Jay Bouwmeester in one of the better hits of the year. Bouwmeester takes exception to Big Buffs hit and immediately takes a swing at him. You would have thought...
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October 19, 2015  |  Discuss

Bouwmeester gives back by donating scholarships to hometown university

When Jay Bouwmeester was a child, he said he did not dream of playing in the NHL. Instead, the Edmonton native dreamt of playing hockey for the University of Alberta. Bouwmeester's parents and sister all went to school there, but Bouwmeester has yet to realize that dream. His hockey talent helped him bypass college while he played in Canadian juniors instead. Once his NHL career...
Via Fox Sports
October 09, 2015  |  Discuss

Jay Bouwmeester looks to be recovered from groin injury

The 2014-15 season wasn’t a great one for Jay Bouwmeester. It wasn’t horrible, but Bouwmeester didn’t look like the elite defenseman the Blues were expecting to see. A lingering groin injury hindered Bouwmeester and noticeably took a toll on his usual strong skating. The summer offered an opportunity for the 31-year-old to rest up and hopefully move past the injury which limited...
Via Frozen Notes
September 20, 2015  |  Discuss

Video: It took two different reviews to overturn a Blues goal

There was a rather odd moment in the first period between the Wild and Blues. Jay Bouwmeester tossed the puck at the net and Patrik Berglund deflected the shot at the net. The twine moved and the horn sounded and everyone thought the Blues scored. Toronto reviewed the play and the officials signaled that yes, it was a goal. The horn sounded again and the official scorers were announced...
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March 14, 2015  |  Discuss

Blues Injury Update: Bouwmeester ends longest active consecutive game streak, out with lower-body injury

Jay Bouwmeester has played in 737 consecutive games in the NHL. It is the longest active “Ironman” streak in the NHL and according to the St. Louis Blues, the longest in all of professional sports. It it came to an end on Sunday, according to NBC Sports' Pro Hockey Talk. #465518955 / gettyimages.com After sustaining a lower-body injury Saturday against the Ottawa Senators...
Via Sports Injury Alert
November 24, 2014  |  Discuss

Jay Bouwmeester’s Iron Man streak ends at 737 games

It was an incredible run, but Jay Bouwmeester’s Iron Man streak has ended. After 737 consecutive games, Bouwmeester is forced to miss Sunday’s contest against Winnipeg due to a lower-body injury. Bouwmeester (lower-body injury) is NOT on the ice for warm-ups. The streak will end at 737. #stlblues — Jeremy Rutherford (@jprutherford) November 23, 2014 Bouwmeester’s 737-game...
Via Frozen Notes
November 23, 2014  |  Discuss

Jay Bouwmeester doesn’t miss a game in 2013-14, Iron Man streak continues ☆

Jay Bouwmeester is the only member of the St. Louis Blues to skate in all 82 games in 2013-14. Despite the injury bug claiming a huge chunk of the roster and almost every St. Louis forward, Bouwmeester managed to avoid any serious bumps and bruises and maintain a clean bill of health. At this point that shouldn’t really be that surprising, given Bouwmeester’s Iron Man streak...
Via Frozen Notes
April 13, 2014  |  Discuss

Steady as he goes: Blues' Bouwmeester appears in 700th consecutive game

ST. LOUIS -- Jay Bouwmeester played his 700th consecutive regular season game Tuesday night. But he'd rather you not make a big deal about it. The Blues' blueliner certainly won't. The fans roared at Scottrade Center when Bouwmeester was recognized for his achievement, the longest current streak in the NHL and a league record for a defenseman, during a break in the action with 15...
Via Fox Sports Midwest
March 11, 2014  |  Discuss

Bouwmeester assist helps Canada beat US 1-0 in hockey semifinal

SOCHI, Russia (AP) For the rematch, Canada skipped the overtime and shelved the theatrics. One slick goal and 60 minutes of stifling defensive hockey kept the Canadians firmly on top of the U.S. and moved them to the brink of gold again. Jamie Benn scored in the second period on an assist from Blues defenseman Jay Bouwmeester, Carey Price made 31 saves and Canada beat the United...
Via Fox Sports Midwest
February 21, 2014  |  Discuss
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