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Sunday Poll: How Do You Feel About IKEA St. Louis Opening In 45 Days?

IKEA St. Louis’ big blue & yellow box opens in 45 days.Today’s poll seek to gauge reader thoughts on this new retail option How do you feel about IKEA St. Louis opening in 45 days:   Please vote above and comment below, the poll closes at 8pm. — Steve Patterson

Dr. Cornel West, DeRay McKesson arrested at courthouse protest in St. Louis

The Black Lives Matter movement staged a direct action protest Monday blocking the entrance to the federal courthouse in St. Louis, MO, to mark the one-year anniversary of the shooting of Michael Brown. Blue Nation Review reports: Human rights activists, led by professor Cornel West, descended onto the steps of the federal courthouse in St. Show More Summary

Five-star 2016 recruit Jayson Tatum commits to Duke

Jayson Tatum, a five-star small forward in the 2016 class, has committed to Duke.  The 6-foot-8, 195-pound prospect out of St. Louis, Mo., chose the Blue Devils over Kentucky, North Carolina and Arizona, among other programs. He’s ranked the No. Show More Summary

Vladimir Tarasenko, Blues Agree on New Contract: Latest Details, Reaction

The St. Louis Blues and star winger Vladimir Tarasenko reached an agreement Tuesday on an eight-year, $60 million contract extension, the team announced on its official website. Tarasenko, 23, is coming off of a monster third season in the NHL that saw him rack up 73 points, including 37 goals, in 77 games. Show More Summary

NHL Rumors: Latest on Kevin Shattenkirk, Patrick Sharp and More

Trade talk has been one of the dominant themes in St. Louis over the past several weeks, as it seems the other shoe is dropping as a result of the team's recent playoff failures. The Blues are bringing head coach Ken Hitchcock back for another season behind the bench, but the team may not look the same in 2015-16 as a result of trades. Show More Summary

5-year-old has an unbearably sad reaction to T.J. Oshie's trade

Life, and the NHL, can be cruel sometimes. T.J. Oshie is no longer part of the St. Louis Blues, and this 5-year-old girl is devastated. (...)

5-Year-Old Girl Loses It After T.J. Oshie Gets Traded

No one likes it when their favorite player gets traded. On Thursday, the St. Louis Blues dealt winger T.J. Oshie to the Washington Capitals in exchange for Troy Brouwer, Pheonix Copley and a 2016 third-round pick, as reported by the Associated Press (via ESPN.com). Show More Summary

Will Washington Capitals' Busy Offseason Make Them Any Better in 2015-16?

T.J. Oshie, American hero, was involved in the most American of trades Thursday. The shootout star of the 2014 Sochi Olympics was sent from the St. Louis Blues to the Washington Capitals in exchange for Troy Brouwer, goaltending prospect...Show More Summary

St. Louis Blues trade T.J. Oshie to the Washington Capitals

It’s going to get really interesting in D.C. come fall. After acquiring Justin Williams, also known as Mr. Game 7, from the Los (...)

T.J. Oshie Traded to Capitals for Troy Brouwer and Pheonix Copley

The Washington Capitals announced Thursday they traded Troy Brouwer, Pheonix Copley and a 2016 third-rounder to the St. Louis Blues for T.J. Oshie. "T.J. is an outstanding skater with a tremendous skill set," said Capitals general manager Brian MacLellan in the press release. Show More Summary

Watch J.J. Watt shoot and score on NHL goaltender Brian Elliott

OK, OK, so it's not like St. Louis Blues goaltender Brian Elliott was exactly fooled by J.J. Watt's slap shot or anything. When the Houston Texans defensive end wound up at the Blake Geoffrion Hockey Classic, Elliott jumped out of the...Show More Summary

Ken Hitchcock, Blues Agree to New Contract: Latest Details, Comments, Reaction

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

Martin Brodeur Retires

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

St. Louis Cardinals to local cops: Stop using our mascot to promote ‘Police Lives Matter’

3 months agoNews : The Raw Story

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...

Martin Brodeur Named Blues Assistant GM: Latest Contract Details, Reaction

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

Black Against Blue: What I Learned This Week in Baltimore

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

Stanley Cup Playoffs 2015: Complete Guide and Predictions for Round 2

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

Complete Guide to the 2015 Offseason for the St. Louis Blues

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

Who's to Blame for the St. Louis Blues' Early Exit from the 2015 NHL Playoffs

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

Minneapolis and St. Louis Markets Post Record Ratings for Sunday’s NHL Blues-Wild Game 6 on NBC

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.

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