7:48 PM EDT, Sun April 20, 2014
St. Louis Blues Rumors & News
St. Louis Game Time 11 hours ago
Don't let the fact that Brent Seabrook exists keep you from living a long, full life filled with lots of link-clicking! Given everything that went down yesterday (plus that whole "holiday" thing) I figured I'd just give you guys an Easter Link Hunt! (Note, I'm not good at hiding them. Sorry.) BLUES NEWS: The Blues blew a lead...and then rallied to unblow it, winning 4-3 in just one overtime. Happy recap: [SLGT] The Blackhawks played like shit...and then rallied to take the lead...and then unrallied to blow it. Not-so-happy recap: [The Committed Indian] Then this happened... [The Hockey...
Blackhawks Blog | Chicago Breaking Sports 2 hours ago
Quenneville says being down 2-0 to Blues reminds him of 3-1 deficit to Red Wings last seasonLosing Game 1 seemed like no big deal to the Blackhawks.
Chicago Blackhawks Blog | ESPN Chicago 3 hours ago
Here’s a look at the St. Louis Blues’ 4-3 overtime win over the Chicago Blackhawks by the numbers: * The Blues had 17:48 of power-play ice time in the win. They scored once on nine power-play opportunities. They are 1-for-13 on the power play for a 7.7 percentage in the series. * The Blackhawks...
Chicago Blackhawks Blog | ESPN Chicago 4 hours ago
CHICAGO -- Chicago Blackhawks coach Joel Quenneville agreed with his goaltender Corey Crawford’s self-evaluation after Game 2 of their Western Conference first-round playoff series against the St. Louis Blues. “He said he needs to be better, and he needs...
Home Ice | SI.com 8 hours ago
By Allan Muir An annotated guide to this morning’s must-read hockey stories: • The St. Louis Blues got payback the smart way after a vicious cheap shot by Brent Seabrook left captain David Backes crumpled in the corner in the dying minutes of Game 2. Just a brain-dead play by the veteran defender … and […]
Morning Skate | St. Louis Post-Dispatch Apr 18, 2014
He says: “I was definitely excited and disappointed that we didn't get the call."
ST. LOUIS – Here's a look at the St. Louis Blues' 4-3 three-overtime win over the Chicago Blackhawks on Thursday by the numbers: After scoring three goals within 7 minutes and 10 seconds in the first period, the Blackhawks didn't score in the game's final 82 minutes and two seconds. Blues goaltender Ryan Miller allowed three goals on the Blackhawks' first seven shots on net. He stopped the next 35. Blackhawks defenseman Duncan Keith played 40-plus minutes for the third time in his career.
Home Ice | SI.com Apr 18, 2014
By Keith Schultz The St. Louis Blues finished Game 1 of their series against the Chicago Blackhawks with a win — and it only took 100 minutes and 26 seconds for them to get it. The Blackhawks held a 3-2 lead for much of the game after a wild first period, but the Blues tied the […]
Northwest Herald Apr 18, 2014
ST. LOUIS – The St. Louis Blues went the distance, and then some, to get the jump on the defending Stanley Cup champions.
But the Blues did welcome Vladimir Tarasenko back to the lineup Thursday.
Los Angeles Times Apr 18, 2014
Avalanche edges Wild, 5-4, in overtime while Rangers top Flyers, 4-1, in other playoff openers.Alexander Steen scored at 26 seconds of the third overtime to give the St. Louis Blues a 4-3 victory over the defending Stanley Cup champion Chicago Blackhawks in Game 1 of their first-round playoff series on Thursday night at St. Louis.
ST. LOUIS -- The Chicago Blackhawks experienced the familiar feeling Thursday of almost defeating the St. Louis Blues in the Scottrade Center. Three times the Blackhawks have been in position in the final period to knock off the Blues in their building this season, and three times the Blues have crushed the Blackhawks’ spirits with late victories. Thursday’s 4-3 three-overtime loss to the Blues in Game 1 of their first-round playoff series certainly hurt the Blackhawks much more than the previous two.
Schwartz gets game-tying goal in final minutes of regulation against Blackhawks.
For more than 100 minutes of hockey Thursday night, the Chicago Blackhawks and Blues defended every inch of the ice surface at Scottrade Center. They squeezed energy from their exhausted bodie…
ST. LOUIS -- Here’s a quick look at the St. Louis Blues’ 4-3 three-overtime win over the Chicago Blackhawks in Game 1 of their Western Conference first-round series at the Scottrade Center on Thursday. How it happened: The Blackhawks and Blues set the bar high for the remainder of the series. The Blues’ Alexander Steen scored 26 seconds into the third overtime for the win. The Blackhawks looked to have the game secured in regulation.
The Blues forced overtime and battled through a second OT against the Blackhawks. Finally Alexander Steen crashed the net 26 seconds into the third OT to win the game.
With no small sense of anxiety and anticipation, the Blues and Blackhawks are set to face off in Game 1 of the Western Conference quarterfinals at Scottrade Center.
The Blues made a headline-topping trade on March 1. They are about to see what kind of value they got in return.
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