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St. Louis Blues Rumors & News
St. Louis Game Time 8 hours ago
Blues catch a phlight to Philly phor the phinal leg of the road trip One of my pet peeves is the guy that only knows of one way of being a "fan" ... by constantly going negative and snarking on every facet of the team. There could be 99 things going right, but they'll isolate and spout off about the 1 thing that isn't working out at the moment. If and when the team hits a bad stretch, they take that as some sort of vindication, and almost seem to celebrate the losses. Fuck That Noise. Sure, there are some problems and kinks to be worked out with the team. Nobody here is going to blow smoke...
St. Louis Game Time 15 hours ago
Just don't let 'em touch your balls. Hockey game? What is that? BLUES NEWS: A preview of tonight's game in Philadelphia from one Jeremy P. Rutherford, Esq.* [StL Today / Morning Skate] The words of the day in Blues-land are "reloaded" and "refreshed". [StL Today / Morning Skate] Blues "executive"...
philly.com 1 hour ago
As a way of repaying Flyers fans for braving the elements, all hot dogs, pretzels and refills on soft drinks were free Thursday night during the team's game with the St. Louis Blues.
Edmonton Journal Mar 1, 2015
Yet again this season, at least to the outside world, the Oilers are a relevant NHL club only because of the imminent trade of two-way defenceman Jeff Petry before the Monday deadline, and the team’s placing in the final standings as it relates to the draft in June. And yet, and yet. There the Oilers were on Saturday night, playing things even-steven with the St. Louis Blues, one of those hard, heavy, excellent teams that too often have their way with the Edmonton club.
St. Louis Post-Dispatch Mar 1, 2015
Blues win second in a row on road trip.
The club could have interest in Edmonton defenseman Jeff Petry, who was scratched Saturday as he awaits a trade.
Morning Skate | St. Louis Post-Dispatch Feb 28, 2015
The NHL's looming trade deadline can be a distraction.
Well, well, well. Just one day after the Edmonton Oilers were chattering about the importance of playing with some consistency, about playing with intent in spite of their place in the NHL standings, they walked the walk against the St. Louis Blues.
And now he waits. The Edmonton Oilers have elected to sit defenceman Jeff Petry for tonight’s game against the St. Louis Blues rather than subject him to the possibility of injury.
The Blues are 2-0 against the Oilers this season.
Blues defenseman plays smart game but can get physical.
St. Louis Post-Dispatch Feb 27, 2015
It's believed they would like to add a veteran top-nine forward such as Calgary's Glencross or Arizona's Vermette.
Edmonton Oilers coach Todd Nelson and players Andrew Ference and Jordan Eberle talk at practice on Friday, Feb. 27, 2015, about how they like the way the team is playing as they prepare to face the visiting St. Louis Blues on Saturday night.
This is the third game between the Edmonton Oilers and the St. Louis Blues in 2014-15, with the bigger, heavier Blues scoring a 4-3 win in overtime and a 4-2 victory.
Follow Edmonton Journal hockey writers Jim Matheson and Joanne Ireland, sports columnist John MacKinnon and others as the Edmonton Oilers host the St. Louis Blues on Saturday, Feb. 28, 2015, starting at 8 p.m. MT.
St. Louis Post-Dispatch Feb 27, 2015
In a minor deal, the club reacquired forward Adam Cracknell from the Columbus Blue Jackets in exchange for “future considerations.”
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