8:44 PM EST, Sun February 01, 2015
San Francisco Chronicle 59 mins ago

NHL results, Feb. 1

NHL results, Feb. 1 Alexander Steen had two goals and an assist, Brian Elliot stopped 33 shots and the streaking St. Louis Blues held on to beat the host Washington Capitals 4-3 on Sunday. Washington’s Alex Ovechkin scored twice, giving him a NHL-leading 31 goals, and had an assist. Lauri Korpikoski scored two power-play goals for visiting Arizona and Montreal-area native Louis Domingue made 18 saves to win in his first NHL start and help end Montreal’s five-game winning streak. ... Carter Hutton made 21 saves for this second career shutout in Nashville’s first regulation victory in...
St. Louis Game Time 10 hours ago

Getting Away With Murder: Blues At Washington Capitals Preview

The Fathers Road Trip continues with a matinee in DC The Blues are on a winning streak again, although the last two were in a shootout. The Predators scored with less than 3 minutes left to tie it up. The Hurricanes battled back from being down 2 goals to tie up their game. Neither game was decided...
Washington Post 2 hours ago

Caps Insider: Postgame: Costly mistakes again sink Capitals against St. Louis

Following their 4-3 loss to the St. Louis Blues, another game spent reaching the three-goal benchmark for success declared by Coach Barry Trotz yet facing a somber aftermath, Washington Capitals presented a unified front for the dispersion of fault.Read full article >>
Capitals Insider | Washington Post 2 hours ago

Postgame: Costly mistakes again sink Capitals against St. Louis

Following their 4-3 loss to the St. Louis Blues, another game spent reaching the three-goal benchmark for success declared by Coach Barry Trotz yet facing a somber aftermath, Washington Capitals presented a unified front for the dispersion of fault. The blame, they said, should not fall onto goaltender...
Rotoworld 6 hours ago
Alex Steen scores three points in win vs. WSH - Alexander Steen (W) St Louis Blues

Alex Steen scores three points in win vs. WSH - Alexander Steen (W) St Louis Blues

Alexander Steen scored two goals and an assist in Sunday's 4-3 win over Washington.
NHL 5 hours ago
Video: Tarasenko hammers a one-timer on the break

Watch: Tarasenko hammers a one-timer on the break

Blues forward Alexander Steen puts a dish in the wheelhouse of Vladimir Tarasenko as he hammers a one-timer by Capitals goalie Justin Peters on the 2-on-1 rush.

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Newark Star-Ledger Jan 27, 2015

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The record-setting netminder will hang up his skates after spending part of the 2014-15 season with the Blues.
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Bernie: Brodeur retires as a Blue _ what's next?

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Brodeur to announce retirement

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Blues contribute in highest-scoring All-Star Game

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