Have the Blues solved their Wild problem? The St. Louis Blues will look to duplicate their Game 2 successes when they take on the Minnesota Wild in Game 3 of their first-round series on Monday. Minnesota's speed and skill made the Blues look wholly lackluster in Game 1, but in Game 2 it appeared St. Show More Summary
The Minnesota Wild and the St. Louis Blues are even at one apiece in their first round series in the Stanley Cup Playoffs. Hopefully for Minnesota, the Wild players are little more optimistic about the outcome of the next game than the...Show More Summary
With the series tied 1-1, the scene shifts to Xcel Energy Center as the Minnesota Wild host the St. Louis Blues in Game 3 of their Western Conference match-up. The game is on April 20, 2015 at 8 p.m. ET.
Tarasenko put the Blues on top early then iced the game late. Vladimir Tarasenko didn't take a single shot in St. Louis' 4-2 loss in Game 1 to the Minnesota Wild, but the forward wasted little time changing that in Game 2 with two first period goals. Show More Summary
The Wild will look to take a commanding 2-0 series lead over the Blues on Saturday. The St. Louis Blues hope to avoid an 0-2 series deficit when they host the Minnesota Wild on Saturday afternoon in Game 2 of their Western Conference quarterfinal matchup at Scottrade Center in St. Show More Summary
The Blues were far from their best, and the Wild took full advantage. The Wild took Game 1 of their opening round playoff series against the Blues, 4-2, as Minnesota staved off a late St. Louis onslaught to seal the victory. Jason Zucker,...Show More Summary
Facing the only Wild Card team to score at least 100 points, the St. Louis Blues host the Minnesota Wild at Scottrade Center in the first round of the NHL Playoffs.
The puck is nearly set to drop on another grueling postseason in the NHL. Just 16 teams remain with a shot at hoisting the Stanley Cup, and nearly every series is as unpredictable as possible. Out West, the St. Louis Blues and Anaheim Ducks hope to continue strong seasons to this point. Show More Summary
It has been a little over four months since IKEA officially announced they were opening a location in the St. Louis region — specifically in the City of St. Louis. The big blue & yellow box is now fully formed. The St. Louis IKEA is supposed to open this Fall....
The St. Louis Blues are hoping to change their playoff script this time around. The Blues have been one of the most successful regular-season teams in recent years, finishing with 109 points or more in the last three full seasons. However, the playoffs have been nothing but heartbreak. Show More Summary
ST. LOUIS — The Blackhawks took the ice for their penultimate regular-season game with a chance to finish first in the Central Division.
In their final meeting of the season, the St. Louis Blues host the Chicago Blackhawks at the Scottrade Center in the NHL.
Mathieu Perreault had to leave the game after the hit. Ryan Reaves has a reputation as a heavy hitter in the NHL, but the St. Louis Blues winger may have crossed a line with his hit against the Winnipeg Jets on Tuesday. Jets center Mathieu...Show More Summary
A victory by the skin of their teeth -- literally. During Sunday night's game between the St. Louis Blues and the Chicago Blackhawks, Blues forward Ryan Reaves took a hard hit from Brent Seabrook, sending him face-first into the glass. Reaves ended up on the bench, where he ever-so-calmly reached into his mouth and pulled out his own tooth. Show More Summary
St. Louis Blues winger Ryan Reaves just showed us hockey toughness at its finest. After taking a huge hit during Sunday's game against the Chicago Blackhawks, Reaves wasn't going to let a loose tooth stop him from going back into the game. Show More Summary
Who needs a dentist, anyways? In many eyes, the stereotypical hockey player is a big, strong man who lacks fear and is missing some teeth. On Sunday, St. Louis Blues winger Ryan Reaves -- 6'1, 224 pounds -- took a necessary step toward fitting that label.
This Sunday Elder Music column was launched in December of 2008. By May of the following year, one commenter, Peter Tibbles, had added so much knowledge and value to my poor attempts at musical presentations that I asked him to...
The St. Louis Blues-Dallas Stars’ goalfest Friday included a record-setting stretch. The teams combined for four goals in 49 (...)
They probably won't make it, but at least they'll try on Friday. What slim hopes the Avalanche and Stars have of making the playoffs this season will be put on the line on Friday. Dallas hosts the St. Louis Blues, a division rival that just locked up their own playoff berth the night before. Show More Summary
The Blues winger has some mad hops. St. Louis Blues winger Jaden Schwartz isn't the tallest guy on the ice on any given night. And when you're a small hockey player, sometimes you have to get creative to score goals. For Schwartz, that means hopping over a defenseman and firing a backhand shot past the goalie in midair. Show More Summary