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Recap Game 6: The End
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Recap Game 6: The End

That's it. No more Blues hockey until October. Another lackluster start that was void of any energy on the part of the Blues.  Wild score their first goal on a short handed breakaway.  That's right.  A short handed breakaway.  The remainder of first period is miserable.  Second period starts and the Wild score again on a really soft goal.  Allen is pulled and Elliott takes over between the pipes.  Blues start playing a better game of hockey and after a handful of chances Oshie finally manages to score a goal with just 1.8 seconds left in the period.  You would think the Blues would...
Minneapolis Star-Tribune 8 hours ago

Wild 4, St. Louis 1

The Wild beat the St. Louis Blues 4-1 in Game 6 of the series Sunday at Xcel Energy Center to advance to the Western Conference semifinals against the Chicago Blackhawks.
St. Paul Pioneer Press 8 hours ago

Blues at a loss for answers after another early playoff exit

The St. Louis Blues grasped control of the first-round playoff series with a 6-1 drubbing of the Minnesota Wild in Game 4, evening the series at two games apiece and retaking home-ice advantage.
St. Paul Pioneer Press 9 hours ago

Tom Powers: Zach Parise's short-handed goal came early and just in time

There was commotion, desperation and maybe even a sense of dread as the Wild struggled to kill off an early penalty against those slumbering giants, the St. Louis Blues.
St. Paul Pioneer Press 9 hours ago

Wild's Justin Fontaine makes his presence felt with deciding goal

Twenty-eight seconds before Justin Fontaine scored the Wild's game-winner Sunday, Ken Hitchcock was wrapping up a nationally televised interview from the Blues' bench.

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St. Louis Post-Dispatch 40 mins ago
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St. Louis Post-Dispatch 4 hours ago

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St. Louis Post-Dispatch 5 hours ago
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St. Louis Post-Dispatch 5 hours ago
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St. Louis Post-Dispatch 13 hours ago

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St. Louis Post-Dispatch 16 hours ago

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After what coach Ken Hitchcock termed a "good day" for Jori Lehtera on Saturday, expectations are the center will be back in the lineup on Sunday when the Blues face the Wild in Game 6 of thei…
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Bluenotes: Reaves becomes team’s unlikely hero

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