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Jun 19, 2019
Blues' party rolls on in Las Vegas, where NHL awards to be presented tonight

Blues' party rolls on in Las Vegas, where NHL awards to be presented tonight

After a wild week of glee, things are settling down for Binnington and the rest of the Stanley Cup champions.
Sportsnet.ca Jun 18, 2019
Binnington asks reporter who he voted on for Calder Trophy

Binnington asks reporter who he voted on for Calder Trophy

Jordan Binnington talked about how voting may have changed for the Calder Trophy if it were to take place after the playoffs instead of before, and asks one reporter who is vote was for. The post NHL appeared first on Sportsnet.ca.
St. Louis Game Time Jun 17, 2019
What will Jordan Binnington’s next contract look like?

What will Jordan Binnington’s next contract look like?

The Stanley Cup winner shouldn’t be nervous at all. The Blues deserved this weekend of celebration before the magnifying glasses came out and CapFriendly.com got bookmarked. The boys are in Vegas now waiting for the NHL Awards to start, so it’s fair to speculate now on the off-season. The biggest question, of course, is what the Blues are going to do about their goaltending. Right now, they have a projected $18,733,334 in cap space. That’s going to go to signing pending UFAs Patrick Maroon and possibly re-signing Carl Gunnarsson, as well tending QOs as a slew of RFAs that include Ivan...
Bleedin' Blue Jun 14, 2019

St. Louis Blues Finish Unbelievable Year: Jordan Binnington

The St. Louis Blues run to a Stanley Cup championship had many heroes. Perhaps none became so beloved so quickly as Jordan Binnington. The St. Louis Blues fans and the position of goaltender has almost always had a love/hate relationship. There have been a few exceptions here or there, but in recent history, fans have […] St. Louis Blues Finish Unbelievable Year: Jordan Binnington - Bleedin Blue - Bleedin Blue - A St. Louis Blues Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More
Sportsnet.ca Jun 13, 2019
Blues GM: Stanley Cup hero Binnington to earn ‘big pay raise’

Blues GM: Stanley Cup hero Binnington to earn ‘big pay raise’

Ryan O’Reilly might have won the Conn Smythe Trophy, but St. Louis Blues rookie goalie Jordan Binnington was the clear MVP of Game 7 against the Boston Bruins. The post NHL appeared first on Sportsnet.ca.
Sportsnet.ca Jun 13, 2019
Blues GM on going from the bottom of the barrel to sipping from the Stanley Cup

Blues GM on going from the bottom of the barrel to sipping from the Stanley Cup

Doug Armstrong discusses bringing up Jordan Binnington when St. Louis was circling the drain, Craig Berube’s relationship with his players, Joel Edmundson getting in the lineup for Game 7, what he saw in his team that made him make the trade for Ryan O’Reilly, when his squad became a team, Larry Robinson’s contributions, the development of Colton Parayko, and what went through his mind as he went to embrace the Stanley Cup. The post NHL appeared first on Sportsnet.ca.
CBC News Jun 13, 2019
Blues' Binnington goes from afterthought to Cup-winning, record-setting rookie

Blues' Binnington goes from afterthought to Cup-winning, record-setting rookie

Jordan Binnington went from the St. Louis Blues' fourth-string goalie, to becoming the first rookie goaltender ever to win 16 playoff games. He turned out to be the perfect backstop for the bruising Blues, a quiet anchor to rally around for a six-month run to the title.
Sportsnet.ca Jun 13, 2019
Why Jordan Binnington promotion was key moment for Blues season

Why Jordan Binnington promotion was key moment for Blues season

NHL analyst Chris Johnston joins Kyle Bukauskas to put a wrap on the 2019 Stanley Cup championship season for the Blues, how they got here, when things changed and how touching and special it was for them to celebrate with Laila Anderson. The post NHL appeared first on Sportsnet.ca.
Hockey Wilderness Jun 13, 2019
Wilderness Walk: Blue Solo Cup

Wilderness Walk: Blue Solo Cup

Binnington, O’Reilly lead St. Louis to their first Stanley Cup in team history, plus other NHL news and notes Congratulations to the St. Louis Blues on their first-ever Stanley Cup! Outside of the first ten minutes where Boston owned nearly all of the shots and most of the momentum, the Blues dominated defensively despite facing 32 shots, backstopped by a stellar performance by rookie goaltender Jordan Binnington. The only goals the Blues would need were scored in the first period by the eventual Conn Smythe-winning Ryan O’Reilly, and team captain Alex Pietrangelo. Binnington was the...
Sportsnet.ca Jun 13, 2019
Blues’ Binnington goes from castoff to Stanley Cup champion

Blues’ Binnington goes from castoff to Stanley Cup champion

Jordan Binnington’s storybook ride from fourth stringer to Stanley Cup-winning goaltender was fueled by a few free meals. The post NHL appeared first on Sportsnet.ca.
The Hockey Writers Jun 13, 2019

Blues’ Binnington: From Castoff to Stanley Cup Champion

Jordan Binnington's storybook ride from fourth stringer to Stanley Cup-winning goaltender was fueled by a few free meals. The best came last weekend at Brio Tuscan Grille, one of his favourite spots as St. Louis began to feel like home. "They were good... The post Blues’ Binnington: From Castoff to Stanley Cup Champion appeared first on The Hockey Writers.
Knights On Ice Jun 13, 2019
Former Golden Knight David Perron is a Stanley Cup champion

Former Golden Knight David Perron is a Stanley Cup champion

Well deserved, David! As you might have heard, the Blues defeated the Bruins in Game 7 of the Stanley Cup Final Wednesday night. For the first time in the Blues’ 52 years of existence, they are bringing the Stanley Cup back to St. Louis. There will be a number of big names etched onto the side of the most famous trophy in sports — Ryan O’Reilly, who was awarded the Conn Smythe, Alex Pietrangelo, Vladimir Tarasenko and Calder finalist Jordan Binnington, to name a few. But former Golden Knights forward David Perron, who helped Vegas reach last year’s Stanley Cup Final, will also be...
The Hockey Writers Jun 13, 2019
Blues Win 1st Stanley Cup, Beating Bruins 4-1

Blues Win 1st Stanley Cup, Beating Bruins 4-1

BOSTON — Ryan O'Reilly scored for the fourth straight game and rookie Jordan Binnington stopped 32 shots in Game 7 of the Stanley Cup Final on Wednesday night to lead the St. Louis Blues to a 4-1 victory over the Boston Bruins and their first NHL champ... The post Blues Win 1st Stanley Cup, Beating Bruins 4-1 appeared first on The Hockey Writers.
Chicago Tribune Jun 12, 2019

Blues win their 1st Stanley Cup in franchise history, topping the Bruins in Game 7

Blues goalie Jordan Binnington was waiting patiently, as NHL rookies learn to do, while the Stanley Cup was passed from teammate to teammate across the recently conquered ice of the new Boston Garden. Thirteen Blues took their turn with the iconic trophy, raising it above their heads, lowering...
St. Louis Game Time Jun 12, 2019
Ryan O’Reilly Wins Conn Smythe Trophy

Ryan O’Reilly Wins Conn Smythe Trophy

The Blues forward had a brilliant series. Ryan O’Reilly was awarded the Conn Smythe Trophy as the playoff most valuable player after tonight’s 4-1 victory over the Boston Bruins. O’Reilly finished the playoffs with nine goals and 16 assists, and scored in four straight playoff games this round. After a slow start that had fans wondering if he was hurt, O’Reilly came back in a big way to help get the Blues across the finish line. The Blues had several candidates for Conn Smythe: Jordan Binnington, Vladimir Tarasenko, Jaden Schwartz. But in the end, it was the player that the Blues...

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