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Bleedin' Blue Jun 19, 2019

St. Louis Blues Announce 2019-2020 Preseason Schedule

The St. Louis Blues will head into the preseason as defending champions for the first time in their history, and we now know how they will begin their title defense. The St. Louis Blues announced the schedule for the 2019-2020 preseason, including two games against Central Division opponents and will appear in the Kraft Hockeyville […] St. Louis Blues Announce 2019-2020 Preseason Schedule - Bleedin Blue - Bleedin Blue - A St. Louis Blues Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More
Jun 19, 2019
Gordo: Blues' dream stayed alive thanks to Bouwmeester

Gordo: Blues' dream stayed alive thanks to Bouwmeester

So here is a jarring question for local hockey fans to ponder as their post-celebration haze finally clears:
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.
Jun 18, 2019
Shoulder injury for Tarasenko; surgery for Kyrou

Shoulder injury for Tarasenko; surgery for Kyrou

Vladimir Tarasenko suffered a shoulder injury in Game 2 of the Stanley Cup Final against Boston, but finished out the series. Meanwhile, top prospect Jordan Kyrou is rehabbing following surgery for a kneecap injury.
Bleedin' Blue Jun 18, 2019

St. Louis Blues: You Want Emotion? Parade Puts St. Louis On The Map

For years, the St. Louis Blues have played the role of understudy to the St. Louis Cardinals. However, on Saturday, one parade showed the world that St. Louis is a hockey town. St. Louis is often called the Heartland of Hockey and if you ask St. Louisans or St. Louis Blues fans what that means, […] St. Louis Blues: You Want Emotion? Parade Puts St. Louis On The Map - Bleedin Blue - Bleedin Blue - A St. Louis Blues Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More
St. Louis Game Time Jun 18, 2019
Blues release pre-season schedule, including Kraft Hockeyville Game

Blues release pre-season schedule, including Kraft Hockeyville Game

Time stops for no man. It feels like just last week that the Blues won the Stanley Cup and a very, very long season came to an end. Oh, wait, it was? Hm. The NHL and time stop for no man, so before the beer in the bowl of the Cup runs out, here we go, looking toward September and the pre-season. The Blues announced their schedule today (all times are Central): Sept. 16 - Blues at Stars - 7:30 p.m. Sept. 18 - Blues at Capitals - 6 p.m. Sept. 20 - Blues at Jets - 7 p.m. Sept. 22 - Blues vs. Blue Jackets - 6 p.m. Sept. 24 - Blues vs. Stars - 7 p.m. Sept. 26 - Blues at Red Wings - 6 p.m....
Jun 18, 2019
Hochman: 'It was magical.' St. Louis' Patrick Maroon and family added local touch to Blues parade

Hochman: 'It was magical.' St. Louis' Patrick Maroon and family added local touch to Blues parade

Even if Patrick Maroon's job in life was a big rig driver – and not being the NHL's “Big Rig” – the Blues winning the Stanley Cup would've been a massive moment for him and his family. They're from St.…
Jun 18, 2019
Blues begin preseason games on Sept. 16

Blues begin preseason games on Sept. 16

First home game for Stanley Cup champs will be Sept. 24
The Hockey Writers Jun 18, 2019

Will the Blues Buy Out Jake Allen?

The National Hockey League can be cruel sometimes. Saturday, the same day the Stanley Cup Champion St. Louis Blues were parading through the streets of their hometown, the league opened its buyout window. For the Blues, one player’s contract is clearly worth buyout consideration: now-backup goaltender Jake Allen. With two years remaining on his deal […] The post Will the Blues Buy Out Jake Allen? appeared first on The Hockey Writers.
Last Word on Hockey Jun 18, 2019
The 4th Line Hockey Podcast #235 – St. Louis Blues: Stanley Cup Champions

The 4th Line Hockey Podcast #235 – St. Louis Blues: Stanley Cup Champions

Last Word on Hockey presents The 4th Line Hockey Podcast #235 - The Mighty Ducks 4. Carl and Nick provide their own unique and fun view of hockey. Every week the guys share their thoughts on the news of the week, have a variety of guests from the world of hockey as well as spending some time in segments like The Elimination Station, The Rant Shack, and The Hot Seat. The 4th Line Hockey Podcast #235 - St. Louis Blues: Stanley Cup Champions Congratulations to the St. Louis Blues as they are the latest Stanley Cup Champions! We take a look back at Game 7 of the Stanley Cup Final and re-live the...
Bleedin' Blue Jun 18, 2019

St. Louis Blues Finish Unbelievable Year: Jake Allen

The St. Louis Blues won the 2019 Stanley Cup with a team first attitude. Though it might get lost to the ages, Jake Allen was a prime example of that attitude. The St. Louis Blues had to find themselves as a team before they could even think about winning the 2019 Stanley Cup. It took […] St. Louis Blues Finish Unbelievable Year: Jake Allen - Bleedin Blue - Bleedin Blue - A St. Louis Blues Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More
Jun 18, 2019
BenFred: Blues biggest strength — selflessness — should be celebrated as long as their Stanley Cup championship

BenFred: Blues biggest strength — selflessness — should be celebrated as long as their Stanley Cup championship

The cigars are smoked. Rain has scrubbed away leftover confetti. Even Brett Hull's hangover has started to dissolve.
Jun 18, 2019
Ready or not, heart of offseason is upon Blues

Ready or not, heart of offseason is upon Blues

The draft, free agency, development camp, and schedule release all take place over the next two weeks.
Jun 17, 2019
Media Views: Blues' celebration draws big television audience

Media Views: Blues' celebration draws big television audience

The only huge audience for the Blues' victory part Saturday that was 51 seasons in the making wasn't downtown St. Louis. Television ratings also were big.
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...

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