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Blues recall Rattie in wake of Berglund, Lehtera injuries

ST. LOUIS -- Injuries forced the Blues into another lineup change prior to Friday night's game at Carolina. Forward Ty Rattie will join the team from its American Hockey League affiliate in Chicago, where he has scored 28 points and ranks fifth in the league with 17 goals. The 21-year-old appeared in two games for St. Louis at the end of last season, averaging just over 11 minutes...
Via Fox Sports Midwest
3 hours ago  |  Discuss

Schwartz's value to Blues goes beyond points and assists

ST. LOUIS -- Questions about Jaden Schwartz's return providing a boost are so familiar they've become something of a joke in the Blues locker room. Linemate Jori Lehtera smiles when he says "everything is just because Schwartzy came (back), probably" and it's hard to tell how much of it is a compliment and how much is just poking fun at the narrative. Everyone knows St. Louis has...
Via Fox Sports Midwest
7 days ago  |  Discuss

Bruins Without Brad Marchand Vs. Jori Lehtera, Talented Blues (Video)

The Boston Bruins will have a tough task Tuesday night, as they take on one of the NHL’s hottest teams without Brad Marchand. The veteran winger left the TD Garden ice during morning skate, and Bruins head coach Claude Julien said Marchand would not play against the St. Louis Blues because of an undisclosed ailment. Meanwhile, David Krejci still is questionable...
November 18, 2014  |  Discuss

Blues’ Talented ‘STL’ Line Difficult Challenge For Bruins Defensemen

BOSTON — The Bruins’ blue line will face its toughest challenge of the season Tuesday night when the St. Louis Blues deploy the Vladimir Tarasenko, Jaden Schwartz and Jori Lehtera trio to the TD Garden ice. The “STL” line, as it’s called, has been the best line in the NHL this season. These three forwards rank in the top three in scoring on the Blues and have been a nightmare...
November 18, 2014  |  Discuss

Jori Lehtera named NHL’s First Star of the Week

Here’s a headline which might sound kind of familiar. Jori Lehtera has been named the First Star of the Week by the NHL. This comes just a couple weeks after teammate Vladimir Tarasenko was named the NHL’s top star. Lehtera claims the honor had four goals and six points over the course of three games last week. It’s pretty incredible to see just how successful the STL line...
Via Frozen Notes
November 17, 2014  |  Discuss

Blues' Lehtera named NHL's first star for last week

ST. LOUIS -- Another week, another honor for the St. Louis Blues. Two weeks after linemate Vladimir Tarasenko was named the NHL's first star for the preceding week, and one week after Tarasenko was the third star, Blues center Jori Lehtera was named the NHL's first star for the week ending Nov. 16. That's three weeks in a row a Blues player has been among the league's top three stars...
Via Fox Sports Midwest
November 17, 2014  |  Discuss

Week 5 Fantasy Hockey Waiver Wire; Jori Lehtera, Patrick Maroon & Carl Soderberg

Fantasy Hockey Waiver Wire There are nine teams scheduled to play four games during Week 5 (Nov. 10 – Nov. 16) of the Fantasy Hockey season so plenty of options if you are looking to stream or fill a spot because of an injury. Week 4 saw us lose Ducks’ goalie John Gibson for about six weeks as he suffered a groin injury during warmups last Sunday. Wild forward Zach Parise...
Via Fantasy Sports Locker Room
November 09, 2014  |  Discuss

Jori Lehtera is a fan of St. Louis grocery stores

As fans dissect Jori Lehtera’s skill on the ice and eagerly try to predict what he will bring to the table for the St. Louis Blues, the Finnish forward is quietly adjusting to life in St. Louis. In an interview seen on the team’s website, Lehtera revealed what he’s enjoying about in St. Louis as well as one other interesting piece of information. In regards to St. Louis grocery...
Via Frozen Notes
September 13, 2014  |  Discuss

Blues come to terms with Finnish center Jori Lehtera on two-year deal

ST. LOUIS -- The Blues opened the free agency period by signing center Jori Lehtera, their third-round draft pick in 2008, to a two-year contract. Lehtera, 26, has yet to play in the NHL. The Finland native spent the past four seasons in Russia's KHL, including the past three years with Novosibirsk Sibir. He was a teammate and linemate of Blues forward Vladimir Tarasenko in 2011...
Via Fox Sports Midwest
July 01, 2014  |  Discuss

Blues Sign 2008 Draft Pick Lehtera by   Colin Fitts

  Jori Lehtera is a nice insurance signing for the Blues. Drafted by the Blues in 2008. — Darren Dreger (@DarrenDreger) July 1, 2014 For their first move of the day, the St. Louis Blues elected to sign someone already in their system. Center Jori Lehtera was signed to a two-year deal by the club. Lehtera was drafted by the [...]
Via The Hockey House
July 01, 2014  |  Discuss

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