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Brodeur to drop the puck before Blues take on Predators

ST. LOUIS -- Jan. 29 will certainly be a day to remember for Martin Brodeur.  The NHL's all-time winningest goaltender is set to announce his retirement at a 10:30 a.m. press conference Thursday, and then will drop the puck later in the evening before the Blues take on Nashville. Obviously, fans will want to be in their seat for that. But if you aren't able to make it to the game...
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14 hours ago  |  Discuss

Marcel Goc trade: Blues part with Maxim Lapierre, upgrade fourth line

On Tuesday night, the St. Louis Blues announced that they sent veteran center Maxim Lapierre to the Pittsburgh Penguins for journeyman forward Marcel Goc. Goc, 31, has played 11 seasons in the NHL, with parts of the past two in Pittsburgh. He has played 42 games this season and has five points on the year. […] The post Marcel Goc trade: Blues part with Maxim Lapierre, upgrade fourth...
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St. Louis Blues Acquire Marcel Goc

On Tuesday night, the St. Louis Blues acquired forward Marcel Goc from the Pittsburgh Penguins in exchange for Maxim Lapierre. Goc, 31, as two goals and four assists in 43 games this season. Lapierre, who turns 30 at the end … Continue reading → The post St. Louis Blues Acquire Marcel Goc appeared first on Committed Indians.
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Martin Brodeur To Retire, Will Join St. Louis Blues’ Front Office

ST. LOUIS — Martin Brodeur, one of the greatest goaltenders in NHL history, is retiring. Brodeur starred for years with New Jersey and is now with St. Louis. He plans a Thursday news conference to announce that he is retiring and will join the Blues in a management role in hockey operations. The 42-year-old Brodeur wrapped up a 22-year career with St. Louis after signing as a free...
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Brodeur to retire, join St. Louis Blues front office

ST. LOUIS (AP) Martin Brodeur, one of the greatest goaltenders in NHL history, is retiring. Brodeur starred for years with New Jersey and is now with St. Louis. He plans a Thursday news conference to announce that he is retiring and will join the Blues in a management role in hockey operations. The 42-year-old Brodeur wrapped up a 22-year career with St. Louis after signing as a...
Via AP on Fox
1 day ago  |  Discuss

Brodeur to retire immediately and join Blues front office

The NHL’s all-time winningest goaltender is calling it quits and moving to the front office. Martin Brodeur will join the St. Louis Blues front office after appearing in seven games for the team this season following an outrageous 21 years with the New Jersey Devils. As reported by ESPN, Brodeur decided it was time to Article found on: Next Impulse Sports
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Report: Martin Brodeur to retire, join Blues front office

Martin Brodeur will retire from playing in the NHL and join the St. Louis Blues front office, according to Sportsnet. A press conference will be held Thursday, according to the St. Louis Post-Dispatch. Brodeur, 42, joined St. Louis following an injury to Brian Elliott in late November and went 3-3-0 with a 2.87 goals-against average in seven games. Brodeur, the NHL’s all...
Via Sports-Glory
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Blues Goalie Brian Elliott Takes Selfie During Breakaway Challenge

The NHL’s version of the Slam Dunk Contest is the Breakaway Challenge, where anything goes and props are encouraged. This year, Blues teammates Vladimir Tarasenko worked together and got pretty creative, but this selfie shot was easily the best. #NHLAllStar game Selfie!!!! — Brian Elliott (@KidElls1) January 25, 2015 [Fansided] The post Blues Goalie...
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4 days ago  |  Discuss

The Curious Case of Patrik Berglund

I do not think there is a more intriguing player on the Blues than Patrik Berglund. While others are constantly underwhelmed by his game, I find myself focusing on him more in an attempt to get a read on exactly what type of player he is. To this day, I still am not sure. Hailing […] The post The Curious Case of Patrik Berglund appeared first on Along the Boards.
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5 days ago  |  Discuss

Blues' Stastny, Butler inspire dreams of local youth hockey players

ST. LOUIS -- Young hockey players in St. Louis don't have to look far to see what the future can hold for the area's brightest stars. When the Blues signed forward Paul Stastny and Chris Butler this past offseason, they didn't just get one of the league's best centers and a reliable veteran defenseman. They brought home two St. Louis natives who are providing plenty of inspiration...
Via Fox Sports Midwest
5 days 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...
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6 days ago  |  Discuss

Blues goalie Brian Elliott added to the All-Star Game

ST. LOUIS -- Just when it appeared an injury would keep Brian Elliott from making the All-Star game, another one opened up a spot for the Blues' top goaltender Thursday afternoon. The 2012 All-Star clearly has been good enough when he's on the ice, posting a 13-5-2 record to go along with a .930 save percentage and league-best 1.86 goals-against average. But a sprained knee that...
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6 days ago  |  Discuss

Blues heat up as schedule cools down

The St. Louis Blues head into the All-Star break on an impressive 7-0-1 run in their last eight games. Three weeks ago the team had just wrapped up their worst stretch of hockey in recent memory, but the Blues have responded in the most dominant of ways. A return of key players along with moving […] The post Blues heat up as schedule cools down appeared first on Along the Boards.
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Blues beat the Avalanche for the fourth time this season

In their fifth and final meeting of the season, the St. Louis Blues beat the Colorado Avalanche 3-1 at the Scottrade Center on Monday night. The Blues (29-13-4) won four of the five matchups between the clubs this season. The Avalanche (19-18-10) conclude their season-long five-game road trip with a disappointing 1-2-2 record. “It was the last game of our road trip – five games...
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8 days ago  |  Discuss

Schwartz helps surging Blues beat Avalanche 3-1

ST. LOUIS -- Jaden Schwartz had a goal and assist and the St. Louis Blues' defense stifled the Colorado Avalanche in a 3-1 victory on Monday night. Brian Elliott made 17 saves, T.J. Oshie scored and defenseman Carl Gunnarsson got his second goal of the season for the Blues. St. Louis has scored in a season-best eight consecutive games, going 7-0-1 in that stretch. Alexander Steen...
Via AP on Fox
9 days ago  |  Discuss

St. Louis Blues continue strong play despite loss to Detroit Red Wings

The St. Louis Blues headed into their Thursday night home game against the Detroit Red Wings with a record of 27-13-3,  a +33 goal differential, and a 5-game win streak. Although St. Louis was projected to be a powerhouse team, they have had their ups and downs. Previously in the season, the Blues had winning streaks of 7 and 5 games, while also losing 4 games in a row. During...
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Ryan Miller, Steve Ott Traded to the Blues

With the trade deadline coming up, there were indications that some big moves were coming up. Ryan Miller had been in the news for months, and a trade finally came to fruition as the St. Louis Blues traded Jaroslav Halak, Chris Stewart, prospect William Carrier a first-round pick in 2015 and a third-round pick in 2016 to the Buffalo Sabres for Ryan Miller and Steve Ott, their captain...
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13 days ago  |  Discuss

Paul Stastny is proving to be dominant in the faceoff circle

Paul Stastny’s career with the St. Louis Blues got off to a slow start. An early injury and an apparent lack of chemistry resulted in a start which had fans wondering if the Blues overpaid for the forward. Those who avoided a knee-jerk reaction have been rewarded as Stastny’s play has improved and that includes some impressive play in the faceoff circle. December was a turning...
Via Frozen Notes
14 days ago  |  Discuss

Shattenkirk, Tarasenko most worthy to represent Blues in All-Star Game

ST. LOUIS -- Although others may be worthy, only two Blues stand a real chance to earn limited roster spots in the NHL's All-Star game when the remaining selections are announced Saturday. The case hardly even needs to be made for forward Vladimir Tarasenko, who ranks third in the league with 22 goals and earned No. 2 Star of the Month honors in November. His stunning goal against...
Via Fox Sports Midwest
19 days ago  |  Discuss

Blues are comfortable carrying three goaltenders for now

The St. Louis Blues found themselves in a difficult position when Brian Elliott returned from injury. The team had recently signed Martin Brodeur to a one-year contract due to the assumption that Elliott would be out for a decent chunk of time and that Jake Allen wouldn’t be able to hold down the fort on his own until Elliott returned. Initially, the Brodeur experiment seemed to...
Via Puck Drunk Love
20 days ago  |  Discuss

Report: Blues considering trading Patrik Berglund and Brian Elliott

The St. Louis Blues are looking to change things up. Recently the Blues were linked to the Boston Bruins as a potential trade partner. Players weren’t specifically named, but it was believed a top-6 forward was involved. Now a new report from The Fourth Period has surfaced suggesting the Blues are shopping Patrik Berglund in what would likely be a package deal involving other players...
Via Puck Drunk Love
December 09, 2014  |  Discuss

WATCH: David Backes takes a puck to the face

This one is painful to watch. David Backes took a slapper from T.J. Oshie right in the face. He immediately left the game, but returned in the second period sporting a full cage. He then left for the remainder of the night after playing four shifts in the second.
Via Puck Drunk Love
December 08, 2014  |  Discuss

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