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St. Louis Game Time Aug 13, 2018
Blues have ten national games on NBC Sports’ schedule

Blues have ten national games on NBC Sports’ schedule

Get ready for some national exposure. There are two mindsets when it comes to the Blues having national games broadcast on NBCSN and NBC. The first mindset, and probably the most popular one, is that exposure is a good thing. The second mindset, which admittedly is mine and is less popular, is one of “oh, God no, they shit the bed during national games.” Regardless of your mindset, you’ll be watching the Blues on either NBC Sports or NBC ten times this season, the same number of games as last year. National broadcasts started off exciting and fun, but by mid-December, NBC execs were...
Aug 13, 2018
Ten Blues games on national TV this season

Ten Blues games on national TV this season

Only one of the 10 is scheduled for Enterprise Center.
Bleedin' Blue Aug 10, 2018

St. Louis Blues Practice Arena Proof Of The Sport’s Growth In The City

The St. Louis Blues are finally about to break ground on their new practice facility. It is further proof that the sport has grown by leaps and bounds in the area. The St. Louis Blues have long been seen as the only show in town. Despite several minor league teams and junior teams calling the […] St. Louis Blues Practice Arena Proof Of The Sport’s Growth In The City - Bleedin Blue - Bleedin Blue - A St. Louis Blues Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More
St. Louis Game Time Aug 10, 2018
Former Blues coach Red Berenson selected to the US Hockey Hall of Fame

Former Blues coach Red Berenson selected to the US Hockey Hall of Fame

The long time Michigan coach will be inducted this December. Red Berenson will be joining Hago Harrington, Paul Stewart, Natalie Darwitz and David Poile in being inducted into the US Hockey Hall of Fame this December. Berenson has been the coach of the Michigan Wolverines hockey team for 33 seasons, leading them to two national championships and 22 consecutive NCAA Tournament appearances. The coach was selected MVP both his junior and senior terms, and holds a bachelors and masters degree from the university - the latter earned in 1966 when he was an active NHLer with the Montreal Canadiens...
The Hockey Writers Aug 10, 2018

4 Potential Blues Forward Line Combos

The St. Louis Blues are coming off a season where they were one point away from a playoff spot. That may explain why they have been one of the busiest teams this offseason. The Blues started their summer of acquisitions by trading away a big part of their forward core to the Buffalo Sabres for […] The post 4 Potential Blues Forward Line Combos appeared first on The Hockey Writers.
Bleedin' Blue Aug 10, 2018

St. Louis Blues Vladimir Tarasenko At Odd Crossroads Ahead Of 2018-19

The St. Louis Blues know they need Vladimir Tarasenko to be at his best for them to be successful in 2018-19. However, his injury and perceived past puts him in an odd position prior to the year. The St. Louis Blues have to have Vladimir Tarasenko at his peak to be at their best. They […] St. Louis Blues Vladimir Tarasenko At Odd Crossroads Ahead Of 2018-19 - Bleedin Blue - Bleedin Blue - A St. Louis Blues Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More
Aug 8, 2018
Tarasenko says he

Tarasenko says he "feels fine," has resumed skating

Blues' offensive star is back on ice after separating shoulder in final game of season
Last Word on Hockey Aug 8, 2018
Franchise Best: St. Louis Blues 1968-69 Season

Franchise Best: St. Louis Blues 1968-69 Season

The Franchise Best Series comes to you to dive into the all-time best single season for every organization. This, of course, includes post-season results. Join us for a look back at some of the most memorable moments in each franchise’s history. Here is the St. Louis Blues best season. Franchise Best: St. Louis Blues 1968-69 Season The Blues have had some of the league’s best players on their team over the last 51 seasons including Brett Hull, Wayne Gretzky, Al MacInnis, Chris Pronger, Curtis Joseph, Martin Brodeur and many more. However, the Blues have only made the Stanley Cup Final...
Bleedin' Blue Aug 8, 2018

St. Louis Blues Chris Pronger’s Jersey Retirement A Matter Of Opinion

The St. Louis Blues have quite a few numbers retired for a relatively short history. However, there are always quests to add more names to those hallowed rafters. Could Chris Pronger be the next? It has come to the attention of this humble writer that there is a growing sentiment among St. Louis Blues fans […] St. Louis Blues Chris Pronger’s Jersey Retirement A Matter Of Opinion - Bleedin Blue - Bleedin Blue - A St. Louis Blues Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More
St. Louis Game Time Aug 7, 2018
Vladimir Tarasenko’s been cleared to return to the ice

Vladimir Tarasenko’s been cleared to return to the ice

Everything’s good to go for training camp. Remember last year when the Blues’ training camp ended up looking like an emergency room? Remember Vladimir Tarasenko getting injured early on in the last game of the season, effectively ending the Blues’ drive to make the playoffs? Things are currently shaping up to be better. Much better. How much better? Tarasenko has been cleared to skate with very light contact, meaning he’s on track to be ready to go at the start of training camp next month. Speaking to Chris Pinkert of the official site, Tarasenko’s optimistic about being in prime...
Aug 7, 2018
BenFred: Blues GM Armstrong sweating it out with fans at PGA Championship

BenFred: Blues GM Armstrong sweating it out with fans at PGA Championship

Doug Armstrong was melting along with you.
Bleedin' Blue Aug 6, 2018

St. Louis Blues Scouting Department Deserves A Lot Of Credit

The St. Louis Blues have tons of people excited due to their flashy summer acquisitions. Lost in the shuffle is the work the scouts do through the years to make this team a constant threat. The St. Louis Blues, like all teams, are in the constant struggle to build a championship team for the here […] St. Louis Blues Scouting Department Deserves A Lot Of Credit - Bleedin Blue - Bleedin Blue - A St. Louis Blues Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More
Bleedin' Blue Aug 6, 2018

St. Louis Blues Farm System Ranked Highly Again

The St. Louis Blues might find NHL success a little elusive at times, shown by their absence of a championship. Their success in restocking their ranks should come as no surprise though. The St. Louis Blues might not ever get the flashy names or the can’t-miss players in each NHL Entry Draft. That is due […] St. Louis Blues Farm System Ranked Highly Again - Bleedin Blue - Bleedin Blue - A St. Louis Blues Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More
Bleedin' Blue Aug 5, 2018

St. Louis Blues: Trying To Understand Confusing Junior/Minors Situation

With the St. Louis Blues fleshing out their roster with impressive moves, they now have decisions to make about their young players. It’s not anything close to cut and dry though. The St. Louis Blues find themselves in a somewhat envious position, but also a tenuous one heading into the 2018-19 season. They have increased […] St. Louis Blues: Trying To Understand Confusing Junior/Minors Situation - Bleedin Blue - Bleedin Blue - A St. Louis Blues Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More
St. Louis Game Time Aug 4, 2018
Joel Edmundson calls the Blues a “top five team.” Is he right?

Joel Edmundson calls the Blues a “top five team.” Is he right?

The Blues improved this off-season, but is the defenseman’s assessment correct? After the Blues signed defenseman Joel Edmundson for another season, it’s understandable that the 25 year old former-RFA would be excited to stay in St. Louis. I will never knock job security or a substantial raise. It turns out that Edmundson is really really excited to remain here, though. Potentially delusionary*, in fact. Speaking to Lou Korac, Edmundson had this to say about the Blues’ off-season upgrades. “We think we’re top five in the NHL right now,” the Blues defenseman said Friday after he...

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