Scott Kane-USA TODAY Sports Whelp. According to the St. Louis Post-Dispatch, the Blues have been forced to cancel their Phase Two workouts on Friday due to “multiple” positive tests for COVID-19 among players.
Apparently, more NHL players have tested positive and this time it is from the St. Louis Blue. The Blues have been forced to shut down their training facility due to multiple positive COVID-19 tests on Friday.
The St. Louis Blues thought they knew when the team would all be back together. That might not be the case. The St. Louis Blues, as well as 23 other NHL teams, thought they knew the date when each roster would convene for full practices.
The St. Louis Blues players are proud to call our city their in season home. On Canada day, they likely learned many will be heading “home”. The St. Louis Blues players have a history of finding something special about the city they call home during their playing days.
What was supposed to be shopping day in the NHL on Wednesday, aka free agent frenzy day, nothing seems normal at the moment on the world. July 1 is when teams, especially those with an ungodly amounts of salary cap space to spent gobs of money, are supposed to open their check books and dole out the cash to players open for business.
The St. Louis Blues have plenty of decisions to make regarding their pending free agents. Don’t believe everything you read regarding that, however. In my tenure at Bleedin’ Blue, I’ve tried to sift through the things being said about the St.
The St. Louis Blues felt they made a good deal when they traded for Faulk. Unfortunately, all they have received is grief. The St. Louis Blues made one of their more controversial trades on September 24, 2019.
When Alex Pietrangelo got the Stanley Cup first from NHL commissioner Gary Bettman, there was no denying who he was going to give it to. What may have been overlooked, though, by some was how quickly Chris Thorburn, who played a grand total of 1 minute 52 seconds in one game (Oct.
Before being traded to the Blues ahead of the 2018-19 campaign, O'Reilly spent three seasons with the Sabres from 2015 to '18, and while he was successful individually during those years, Buffalo didn't qualify for the postseason and sat toward the bottom of the league standings.
Forty seconds into overtime in Game 4 of the Stanley Cup Final in 1970, Boston's Bobby Orr scored the winning goal. After watching the puck sail into the net, Orr leaped into the air, immortalized in history through the camera lens of photographer Ray Lussier.