9:41 PM EST, Fri November 21, 2014
St. Louis Blues Rumors & News
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Doesn't matter what happened last night. It's all about the future . . . or something. But hey, let's set up next week's video theme with one of my favorite SNL ad parodies of all time . . . Schmitt's Gay! Well. That fucking blew. BLUES NEWS: So. Vladimir Tarasenko did his thing, but so did Max Pacioretty and the rest of the Canadiens. The Blues dropped a 4-1 decision to the current Best Team in Hockey at their barn. Two losses in a row. HEY, LET'S ALL PANIC AND SHIT. Or . . . uhhhh, don't. [StL Today / Morning Skate] I was debating whether or not I should post this one because seriously,...
Hockey Inside/Out | Montreal Gazette 8 hours ago
Coming off an impressive 4-1 win over the St. Louis Blues Thursday night at the Bell Centre, the Canadiens held an optional practice Friday morning in Brossard as they prepared for a busy weekend with games in Boston Saturday night […]
Hockey Inside/Out | Montreal Gazette 9 hours ago
CHRISTOPHER CURTIS MONTREAL GAZETTE The city of St. Louis may be named after a 13th century Catholic king but its hockey team brings something of a Protestant work ethic to the rink. Shoot more than your opponent, outhustle him along […]
Habs Eyes On The Prize 1 hour ago
C'était beau à voir et les chiffres sont d'accord, pour une fois. Leur meilleur match de la saison, tout simplement. J'en parlais dans une récente chronique, le premier but a un immense impact sur le résultat d'un match dans la LNH d'aujourd'hui. Le concéder aux Blues n'était donc pas une mince...
Boston Herald Nov 18, 2014
It was not the dominant kind of victory like we’ve gotten used to seeing from the Bruins over recent years. But all things considered, it was their biggest win of the season over a high quality opponent.The Bruins got a first-period goal from Patrice Bergeron, a second-period tally from Torey Krug and then leaned on Tuukka Rask (33 saves) in the third to hang on for a 2-0 victory over the St. Louis Blues.
Morning Skate | St. Louis Post-Dispatch Nov 18, 2014
Blues outshot the Bruins 32-17 but limped out of TD Garden with their first loss in the building since 2002.
BOSTON -- This is what you call a character win for the Boston Bruins. The Bruins finally accomplished everything they've wanted to in a 60-minute effort, earning a solid 2-0 win over the surging St. Louis Blues on Tuesday night at TD Garden. The Bruins received goals from Patrice Bergeron and Torey Krug, while goaltender Tuukka Rask finished with 33 saves to record his first shutout of the season. The Blues entered Tuesday's game with a 9-1-1 record in their past 11 games.
The club outshot the Bruins 32-17 but limped out of TD Garden with its first loss in the building since 2002.
The Boston Bruins (11-8-0, 22 points) will host the St. Louis Blues (12-4-1, 25 points) Tuesday night at TD Garden. Here’s what to watch for: Major test. The Bruins have struggled with inconsistency all season, while the Blues have been one of the best teams in the league. St. Louis comes to town with a 9-1-1 record in its last 11 games. The Blues have depth, size, strength and speed, which will be a big challenge for the Bruins. St. Louis has few weaknesses and both goaltenders are solid.
Boston has been hovering around the .500 mark uncharacteristically during the season's first quarter.
Elliott will get the start tonight against Boston, with Allen receiving the nod Thursday in Montreal.
Chaminade grad comes home to St. Louis, then heads out on road.
A cold trip that starts in Boston and heads to Canada is on tap.
St. Louis Post-Dispatch Nov 17, 2014
He's second Blue in three weeks to take honor; Butler back with team before they head out on road trip.
He had a two-point night in Saturday's 4-1 win over Washington, but that's unlikely to silence the skeptics.
Morning Skate | St. Louis Post-Dispatch Nov 16, 2014
Butler brings "a lot of games under his belt," associate head coach Brad Shaw said.
The club has recalled St. Louisan Chris Butler from the AHL.