Why Jake Allen Will (Hopefully) Not Be the Downfall of the Team This Season

Doug Armstrong had a fantastic offseason, we all know that. Our forward core has turned into that of a contender, and our defense is just as good as it’s always been. However the one area that still raises questions, is our goaltending. At times, Jake Allen has looked like a world class goalie. At other… Read More Why Jake Allen Will (Hopefully) Not Be the Downfall of the Team This Season

Doug Armstrong Won the Offseason, and We Owe Him an Apology

If you browsed through Blues Twitter a few weeks ago, you would’ve seen countless disappointed Blues fans. You would’ve seen things like “Armstrong promised the fans a big offseason and all we’ve done is trade from pick #29 to #25!” There was even a popular tweet promising all those who retweeted a shirt calling for… Read More Doug Armstrong Won the Offseason, and We Owe Him an Apology

Blais’ electric rookie season jolts Blues coaching staff

After an impressive rookie campaign with the Chicago Wolves, the 21 year old Quebec native has impressed the coaches at Blues Training Camp this past weekend. But who is Samuel Blais and what can we expect from him in terms of production? Taken in the 6th round of the 2014 NHL Draft, his former Victoriaville… Read More Blais’ electric rookie season jolts Blues coaching staff

Paul Stastny could potentially return to the Blues lineup in Game 5

After jumping out to a 3-0 series lead behind what were all close games, the St. Louis Blues finally succumbed to a loss Wednesday night in Game 4 at home. The Blues offense struggled, and Minnesota Wild goaltender Devan Dubnyk stopped all 28 shots he faced. But the Blues have taken three of four games… Read More Paul Stastny could potentially return to the Blues lineup in Game 5

It’s not time to panic, it’s time to respect the Note. 

So far, the St. Louis Blues’ playoff run has been a roller coaster of ups and downs. Some nights you’ll see a team that can legitimately run four lines, wear the opposing team down with their power, bear down and score goals in tic-tac-toe fashion, and even get stellar goaltending. Some of us will be… Read More It’s not time to panic, it’s time to respect the Note. 

Why the Blues will be cup contenders for years to come: The 2017-18 St. Louis Blues (Includes Backes & Shattenkirk contracts) 

The St. Louis Blues have had quite an interesting season with multiple injuries but somehow are still in contention for number one seed in the Western conference. This led me to looking closer at the depth of the Blues. Guys like Jaskin, Rattie, Lindbohm, Bortuzzo, and yes, even Paajarvi have all stepped up at some… Read More Why the Blues will be cup contenders for years to come: The 2017-18 St. Louis Blues (Includes Backes & Shattenkirk contracts) 

Prospect Spotlight: Blues Prospect, Mackenzie MacEachern

Player Spotlight Name: Mackenzie MacEachern Position: Left Wing Born: March 9, 1994  (Age 22 ) Hometown: Troy, Michigan Height: 6’3 Weight: 205 My prospect of the month is St. Louis Blues prospect, Mackenzie MacEachern. MacEachern has played great as of late and has had a great season in the NCAA this year. This season Mackenzie has produced… Read More Prospect Spotlight: Blues Prospect, Mackenzie MacEachern

Why there’s Really No ‘Goalie Controversy’ in St. Louis

The St. Louis Blues haven’t had a true number-1 goalie since Jaroslav Halak in 2011-12, but really haven’t experienced long term success with just one netminder since Grant Fuhr played from 1996-99 (249 GP). With that in mind fans have obviously gotten used to a 2-goalie system, yet seem to always be in search of the… Read More Why there’s Really No ‘Goalie Controversy’ in St. Louis