A highlight reel stop by the Penguins netminder preserved a one-goal lead. With 31 goals so far this year, St. Louis Blues forward Vladimir Tarasenko has emerged as one of the NHL's premier forwards. His greatest weapon is his quickShow More Summary
The Chicago Blackhawks are used to being on top of the world as a powerhouse, but this season they are in third place in their division. The St. Louis Blues and Nashville Predators have a lead on Chicago with a game in hand. While the...Show More Summary
The weekend is finally here, and what better way to start it off than with seven NHL matchups. There are a number of cool games, such as the Boston Bruins vs. the St. Louis Blues and the Colorado Avalanche vs. the Chicago Blackhawks. With...Show More Summary
Seguin who? For those wondering if Dallas Stars captain Jamie Benn would struggle without Tyler Seguin centering him, Benn issued a pretty strong answer on Tuesday. The answer was no. Benn scored three times in St. Louis, registering his first career hat trick. Show More Summary
TJ Oshie doesn’t need to look where he’s passing. He just knows that his no-look, through-the-legs pass to teammate David Backes is going to make it onto his stick and set up the St. Louis Blues’ fourth goal of the game—which they would win, 6-3. So if you thought TJ Oshie’s only talent was shootouts, […]
Tampa Bay has been tremendously stingy at home this season, but can St. Louis find a crack in the armor? Meanwhile, the Islanders took an early lead on the Maple Leafs. You might remember the name Dan Sexton from watching the Anaheim Ducks over the last few seasons. Show More Summary
During the Sunday matinee between the St. Louis Blues and Chicago Blackhawks on NBC, Blues forward Ryan Reaves took a really stupid penalty. Midway through the first period, he stuck his stick in front of Hawks forward Teuvo Teravainen as he was skating to the bench, tripping him up right in front of the referees. […]
ST. LOUIS — Coach Joel Quenneville minced no words when describing the Blackhawks' long journey that concluded Sunday at the Scottrade Center, calling it the "seven toughest road games you're ever going to see on any schedule."
ST. LOUIS — It had been a while since someone other than Patrick Kane stood in the spotlight following a Blackhawks victory.
ST. LOUIS -- The Chicago Blackhawks finally reached the end of their extended road trip when they faced the St. Louis Blues on Sunday at Scottrade Center.
St. Louis Blues defenseman Kevin Shattenkirk is in the midst of his best NHL season, but he was slowed down Sunday as an injury forced him to leave the Blues' clash with the Washington Capitals. According to the team's official Twitter...Show More Summary
Martin Brodeur announced his retirement Thursday, bringing an end to one of the most successful goaltending careers in NHL history. As Brodeur embarks on the next step in his career as a front office employee of the St. Louis Blues, it's worth taking a look back and seeing how he compares to the best goalies in NHL history. Show More Summary
After an amazing Thursday night chock-full of NHL action, the work week will end with five games on the docket. The red-hot St. Louis Blues will take on the Carolina Hurricanes, the NHL-leading Anaheim Ducks will face the Chicago Blackhawks,...Show More Summary
The Pittsburgh Penguins made some noise on the trade front on Tuesday, as they dealt Marcel Goc to the St. Louis Blues in exchange for Maxim Lapierre. However, with the Penguins looking to solve depth issues, this signing may not beShow More Summary
St. Louis Blues goaltender Martin Brodeur is expected to retire from playing hockey and take on a job working in the team's front office, per Sportsnet. Assuming he officially hangs the skates up, Brodeur will finish his career as the...Show More Summary
Martin Brodeur, the NHL’s all-time winningest goaltender, will retire and join the St. Louis Blues’ front office, multiple media outlets are reporting (first by Sportsnet in Canada). Brodeur, 42, played in seven games for the Blues this season, his first in St. Louis after playing 21 seasons with the New Jersey Devils. He helped lead […]
Legendary NHL goaltender Martin Brodeur is set to retire after a short stint with the St. Louis Blues and will reportedly join the team's front office. He previously spent more than two decades with the New Jersey Devils and set numerous league records. Jeremy Rutherford of the St. Show More Summary
Goaltender Martin Brodeur might have reached the end of his Hall of Fame career.
On Wednesday, word came that Martin Brodeur would be leaving the St. Louis Blues for a week, as the team had granted him what it called a “leave of absence”: In the press release announcing the news, the Blues said that the player’sShow More Summary
What we learned from the Ducks’ 4-3 victory over the St. Louis Blues on Friday night at the Honda Center: