Jeff Curry-USA TODAY Sports The Cup’s probably going to come back to St. Louis this off-season. Last night, the Dallas Stars won 3-2 in overtime to return to the Stanley Cup Final for the first time since 2000.
The St. Louis Blues had an assistant coaching vacancy. A former coach of a division rival was in need of a job. It all came together. The St. Louis Blues were looking for a new assistant coach after Marc Savard left the team to spend more time with family.
James Carey Lauder-USA TODAY Sports The former Dallas head coach has playoff success. Jim Montgomery’s tenure with the Dallas Stars ended with a cloud of questions and speculation earlier this season, when he was dismissed by the team.
As the St. Louis Blues enter an important free agency period, they have many questions to answer. What do they do if Alex Pietrangelo leaves? How can they fill the goal-scoring void without Vladimir Tarasenko?
Photo by Chris Tanouye/Getty Images Keean Washkurak plays one of the most unique styles in Canada... so what’s his deal? Keean Washkurak did enough to impress fans around the league in last year’s Traverse City NHL Prospect Tournament, showing off every skill to full affect.
The St. Louis Blues bearded centerman was the team’s only hope for any postseason awards. The NHL’s voters did not oblige him with any wins. The way the 2019-20 season ended and the way the playoffs went for the St.
Earlier this week, we took a look at the top ten prospects in the St. Louis Blues system. Most fans will be aware of top-end prospects like Hobey Baker Award winner Scott Perunovich, former first-round pick Klim Kostin, and World Junior Championship (WJC) breakout goaltender Joel Hofer.
The St. Louis Blues exit from the 2020 NHL Playoffs was enough of a sting. The league’s writers rubbed salt in the wound with an awards snub. The St. Louis Blues are already looking toward the 2020-21 season.
Jeff Curry-USA TODAY Sports He’ll be back as a depth forward. This probably isn’t the contract everyone has been waiting on. Jacob de la Rose, acquired last season in a deal with Detroit to get Robby Fabbri a chance of scenery, finished his first year with the Blues with one goal and five points in 34 games.
In one fell swoop today, St. Louis Blues general manager Doug Armstrong clarified the team’s goaltending picture for next season, cleared much-needed salary cap space for the team’s offseason objectives, and made the pathway to re-signing team captain Alex Pietrangelo clearer.
Tonight’s NHL roundup takes us first to Edmonton where defenseman, Mike Green has announced his retirement. The longtime Capitals player was traded from Detroit to Edmonton this past season but sadly injuries ended his career.
The St. Louis Blues are 0-2-0 in the round robin in the NHL’s resumed season. With one more “meaningless” game left before the playoffs begin, the Blues look like a group that’s playing together for the first time.