Despite three consecutive first-round exits in the Stanley Cup playoffs, Ken Hitchcock will return to coach the St. Louis Blues in 2015-16. According to the team's official Twitter account, the organization agreed to a one-year dealShow More Summary
A major retirement took place in the world of professional hockey as St. Louis Blues Goalie, Martin Brodeur announced that his playing career is over and has accepted a position with the Blues front office. After sitting out the first...Show More Summary
In response to a request from the St. Louis Cardinals, the St. Louis Police Officers Association has taken down a Facebook photo of Fredbird, mascot for the St. Louis Cardinals, posing with a blue sign that reads, “POLICE LIVES MATTER,” the St. Louis Post-Dispatch reports. The...
Legendary goalie Martin Brodeur was named the St. Louis Blues’ assistant general manager Wednesday under general manager Doug Armstrong, per the team’s official website. Brodeur, who was the senior adviser to the general manager in St. Show More Summary
I was in Baltimore most of this past week. The one day I wasn't, I was in Missouri, talking to folks involved in the Ferguson protests for Michael Brown and addressing the St. Louis Chapter of the Association of Corporate Counsel about...Show More Summary
The first rounds of the Stanley Cup playoffs are done, and the intriguing storylines have been answered. Such as: Can the St. Louis Blues stop choking in the first round? (No). Could the Nashville Predators overcome the loss of captain Shea Weber early in the series (No, but they battled better than most thought possible). Show More Summary
The St. Louis Blues failed to make it past the first round for the third consecutive season, and their season can be looked at as a colossal failure. This year's script was the same as the last two, as the Blues ultimately were eliminated in six games. Show More Summary
For the third year in a row, the St. Louis Blues were pushed out in Round 1, and this time it's likely we will see changes in significant areas. Fans are angry and looking for someone to blame. Who is most at fault? There are several candidates. Show More Summary
The Minnesota Wild’s 4-1 Game 6 win over the St. Louis Blues on Sunday afternoon produced record ratings for the Minneapolis and St. Louis markets.
The 2014-15 season came to an end for St. Louis and Ottawa, while Montreal and Minnesota advanced to the second round. Two NHL games were played on Sunday, and two teams were eliminated from the 2015 Stanley Cup Playoffs. First, the St. Show More Summary
The Wild won their second straight game to knock off the St. Louis Blues. The Minnesota Wild punched a ticket to the second round of the Stanley Cup Playoffs, doing so by beating the St. Louis Blues in Game 6 of their best-of-seven series, 4-1. Show More Summary
Staring at a 3-2 deficit, the St. Louis Blues will have their season on the line in Game 6 of their first-round playoff series against the Minnesota Wild on Sunday afternoon. Win, and they'll extend the series to a seventh game which will be played at home. Show More Summary
The St. Louis Blues are playing to avoid elimination and perhaps save coach Ken Hitchcock’s job when they face the Minnesota Wild in (...)
We’ ve seen what happens when Devan Dubnyk has an off night. The Minnesota Wild goaltender was lit up for six goals this week in Game 4 of the Western Conference showdown against the St. Louis Blues. Those nights, however, have beenShow More Summary
Devan Dubnyk was the difference again. Minnesota Wild goalie Devan Dubnyk proved worthy of his Vezina Trophy nomination on Friday, backstopping his team to a 4-1 win over the St. Louis Blues in Game 5 to give the Wild a 3-2 series lead. Earlier in the day, Dubnyk was announced as a finalist for the Vezina Trophy as the NHL's best goaltender. Show More Summary
With the series tied 2-2, the St. Louis Blues host the Minnesota Wild at Scottrade Center in the NHL Stanley Cup playoffs.
The Blues rebounded from a poor Game 3 with a complete effort. The St. Louis Blues knew they had to be better. A Game 3 defeat to the Minnesota Wild, in which Ken Hitchcock's group was heavily out-worked throughout the night, created a lot of anxiety among the St. Show More Summary
If it works once, why not try it again? St. Louis Blues forward Vladimir Tarasenko, who stunned the hockey world by doing the Forsberg (...)
The budding superstar did it again. St. Louis Blues forward Vladimir Tarasenko has authored quite a few highlight reel goals this season. The 25-year-old's second tally of Game 4 against the Minnesota Wild -- his fifth of the series -- is among his finest.
With a chance to go 3-1 in their series against one of the top teams in the West, the Minnesota Wild host the St. Louis Blues at Xcel Energy Center in Game 4 of their Stanley Cup playoff series. The match is on April 22, 2015 at 9:30 p.m. ET.