Dominik Bokk– RW | 1st Rd, Pick 25 in 2018 6’2″, 180 47 GP | 8 G | 15 A | 23 P Draftin Europe called him a “highly talented winger with one-on-one ability, quick hands, and creative passing. Can challenge goalies with his shot as well.” One-on-one ability is an understatement. Bokk is a… Read More 2019 Blues Prospect Camp Cheat Sheet
It takes a miserable season for an NHL team to end up with one of the top two picks in the NHL Entry Draft that they didn’t trade the farm for. The St. Louis Blues of the 1970s were a never-ending conga line of disappointment. After Scotty Bowman left St. Louis for Montreal because he… Read More The Seven Degrees of Perry Turnbull
The St Louis Blues are potentially at a crossroads regarding the long term future of the organization. … Read More Is A Rebuild The Best Option For The Blues?
Draft Day Welp, not what we all had hoped, or expected, on day 1 of the draft. The Blues went into this year’s draft with all the hype and rumors surrounding them. They were expected to make a big splash, pull off miracles, and get rid of the nightmare on “Bergy Street.” Unfortunately, the only… Read More Blues Make Picks; Look Towards Free Agency
One feature that I would like to continue throughout the 2018-19 season is an outlook on changes and trends that are currently happening around the Central Division that can have an affect on the fortune of the St. Louis Blues. As important as it is to be aware of what is going on in our… Read More 2018 NHL Draft 1st Round- Central Division Review
Late Friday night, Blues General Manager, Doug Armstrong confirmed that his options for a big fish are slowly being crossed off the list. Over the last few weeks, the Blues have made it known that they are interested in acquiring at least one of John Tavares, Ilya Kovalchuk, or Artemi Panarin. As the night unfolded,… Read More Unclear Direction Hurting Blues
The NHL Draft is just around the corner and based off recent history, General Managers are looking to make a splash on draft night, including Doug Armstrong of the St. Louis Blues. The Blues lost their original draft pick (#14 overall) in the Brayden Schenn trade during last year’s draft day. However, Doug Armstrong managed… Read More 2018 Draft Preview
With the draft happening this Friday and Saturday in Dallas, it’s been rumored the Blues will be trading the first round pick(#29OA) that they acquired in the Paul Stastny deal with the Winnipeg Jets at the trade deadline. The Blues obviously need help in their top 9 to truly contend, even with some of the… Read More Who should the Blues trade for this week?
The prospect I’m most excited for is Klim Kostin. Kostin could be the biggest steal in the 2017 draft. His top-end skill probably would’ve landed him in the top 5 had it not been for a shoulder injury. The fact that the Blues got him at #31 is amazing. Kostin is being compared to Evgeni… Read More Prospect watch: Klim Kostin
Introduction “How we got to this point” is in Day 1’s post. Observations The crowd was a bit larger. The ooooh’s were louder. I was by myself, and at one point decided to check for a bleacher seat. That didn’t work out. If you have kids and want seats, you may want to show up… Read More Prospect Camp Day 2: The Toropchenk-Show
1.) New Jersey: C Nico Hischier New Jersey will add my #1 ranked player in the draft to their organization, making their future depth up the middle very strong with center prospects such as Bastian, McLeod, and Hishier. Could be a deadly future 1-2-3 down the middle. 2.) Philadelphia: D Miro Heiskanen With Philadelphia being deep… Read More 2017 NHL Mock Draft
1) C Nico Heisher – QMJHL 2) D Miro Heiskanen – FHL 3) C Nolan Patrick – WHL 4) D Cale Makar – AJHL 5) RW/LW Kristain Vesalainen – FHL 6) C/RW Gabe Vilardi – OHL 7) C/RW Nick Suzuki – OHL 8) C Casey Mittelstadt – USHS 9) RW Owen Tippett – OHL 10) C/RW… Read More Draft rankings: Top 40 players in the NHL Draft