2019-2020 Season Preview: St. Louis Blues

The defending Stanley Cup champion St. Louis Blues are hoping for more of the same this season. To that end, they left well enough alone and ensured their existing roster was intact. Sammy Blais, Robby Fabbri, Oskar Sundqvist, and goalie Jordan Binnington all signed contracts, while Joel Edmundson was awarded his one-year deal through arbitration.Continue reading “2019-2020 Season Preview: St. Louis Blues”

What Went Wrong: St. Louis Blues

The St. Louis Blues won the Stanley Cup to cap off the 2018-2019 season, so it’s a little hard to ask what went wrong. But to put things in perspective, the Blues were in last place overall in January before they turned everything around to make the playoffs and win the ultimate prize in sports.Continue reading “What Went Wrong: St. Louis Blues”

Blues: Comeback Kids Ready for Game Seven

Game Seven is coming and with it the requisite stories of overcoming adversity and living up to expectations and all the rest. And while the matchup between the Boston Bruins and St. Louis Blues may not be the most thrilling on paper, the end result has been a hard-fought series between two titans. The BluesContinue reading “Blues: Comeback Kids Ready for Game Seven”

Blues: Missed Opportunity Delivers Game Seven Situation

It’s Monday and that means it’s time for the St. Louis Blues to face the music. They had the opportunity to hoist the Stanley Cup at home Sunday, with Game Six theirs for the taking against the Boston Bruins. But now, St. Louis has to head back to Boston for Game Seven and that isContinue reading “Blues: Missed Opportunity Delivers Game Seven Situation”

Blues: St. Louis Must Learn from Game One Mistakes

With Game One of the Stanley Cup Final in the books, the Boston Bruins find themselves ahead by a game with a 4-2 victory Monday night. And the St. Louis Blues find themselves with a fair estimate of the opposition. We’ve been talking a lot about the depth of the Bruins and that came throughContinue reading “Blues: St. Louis Must Learn from Game One Mistakes”