Hours after a report surfaced that Sidney Crosby and Pittsburgh Penguins owner Mario Lemieux have had a falling out, No. 87 proceeded to bring his A-game against the St. Louis Blues. Crosby finally has his first multi-goal game of the...Show More Summary
That flexibility. If there's one thing we've learned about Jake Allen since he became the starting goalie for the St. Louis Blues it's that his flexibility is off the charts. Just a few weeks after making a save of the year candidate against the Calgary Flames, Allen made another tremendous stop to add to his season highlight reel. Show More Summary
The Chicago Blackhawks and St. Louis Blues certainly kept the NHL's Department of Player Safety busy after a raucous Central Division showdown Saturday night in St. Louis. The league looked closely at three separate incidents during the Hawks' 4-2 victory but a source said no supplemental discipline...
Meet "Piggy Smalls." The St. Louis Blues have a new pig friend, and his name is "Piggy Smalls." #RoarBacon https://t.co/c4F48HUST5 — St. Louis Blues (@StLouisBlues) November 6, 2015 It all started with an honest mistake on Instagram....Show More Summary
The Kings powered through an earlier, tough stretch, featuring three games in four days, beating Nashville at home, losing to Chicago on Monday and winning at St. Louis on Tuesday. Apparently, the fourth game in six days was too much. A few more takeaways after the Kings’ four game-winning streak...
One question was answered Thursday morning: Kings center Anze Kopitar, injured two days ago in St. Louis, said he is “feeling good” and will play Thursday night against the Columbus Blue Jackets. Another question may take more time: When will Kopitar’s linemates start producing? Kopitar is expected...
ROAR BACON! It’s fun to say, right? ROAR BACON. ROAR BACON. ROAR BACON. Makes no sense, at all, but ROAR BACON ROAR BACON ROARRRRRRR BACONNNNN. Anyway, it’s now the rallying cry for St. Louis Blues fans, and it’s all thanks to auto-correct. You see, on Wednesday night the Blues were down 5-2 in the second […]
Brian Elliott really didn't even stand a chance. The box score will show that St. Louis Blues goalie Brian Elliott got pulled briefly in the first period after allowing three quick goals. But you can't really blame him, considering the...Show More Summary
St. Louis right wing Ryan Reaves was fined $3,024.10 on Wednesday by the NHL's Department of Player Safety for roughing, in an incident involving Kings center Anze Kopitar.That is the maximum allowable fine under terms of the collective bargaining agreement.Kopitar was injured in the first period...
The Kings had every excuse to fold Tuesday, playing the second game in two nights on the road, facing the big, physical St. Louis Blues, and playing most of the game without one of their acknowledged leaders, Anze Kopitar. Instead they stood together and created one of their finest moments in a...
Los Angeles Kings center Anze Kopitar suffered an upper-body injury during Tuesday’s game against the St. Louis Blues, according to Helene Elliott of the Los Angeles Times. Continue for updates. Kopitar Unlikely To Return vs. Blues Tuesday, Nov. Show More Summary
In a battle of high-powered Western Conference teams, St. Louis Blues goaltender Jake Allen pulled out all the stops. Facing the Los Angeles (...)
Throughout NHL history, a number of stars have shared the same jersey number. The trait continues among today's best players, such as Dallas Stars forward Tyler Seguin and St. Louis Blues right wing Vladimir Tarasenko (pictured above). In most cases, there is one clear standout among those sharing a number. Show More Summary
When: 5 p.m. Thursday On the air: TV: Prime Ticket; Radio: 830 Update The Ducks had a mandated day off Wednesday as part of the collective bargaining agreement and probably needed it after they lost their legs and composure in the third period of a 4-3 loss to Dallas. Highly scrutinized Ducks Coach...
That's some good hand-eye coordination there. It's taken five games for Scott Gomez to get his first goal in a St. Louis Blues sweater, but it's a pretty one. Late in the first period of a scoreless hockey game against the Tampa Bay Lightning, Gomez was left alone all in front of goaltender Ben Bishop. Show More Summary
The grass is always greener. Blue Hill at Stone Barns is easily one of the most highly regarded restaurants in the country, if not the world. As a result, staffers at the restaurant tend to have a lot of opportunities when they're looking to make their next career move. Show More Summary
Former NHL defenseman Jimmy Roberts, who played 15 seasons with the Montreal Canadiens and St. Louis Blues, died Friday at the age of 75. The Blues released a statement on Roberts' death on their official website: The St. Louis Blues and the Blues Alumni organization are deeply saddened by the passing of the original Blue Jimmy Roberts. Show More Summary
The St. Louis Blues have played well despite missing one of their best centers, and they'll hope they maintain that form after it was announced Paul Stastny will miss at least another month while dealing with a broken foot. Continue for updates. Blues Place Stastny on Injured Reserve Wednesday, Oct. Show More Summary
The St. Louis Blues have placed veteran forward Paul Stastny on injured reserve with a broken right foot. Stastny was injured on October 16th while playing against the Vancouver Canucks. He will be out for at least five weeks. Paul Stastny has been placed on IR with a broken right foot. Show More Summary
Alexandre Burrows is a member of the Vancouver Canucks, not the St. Louis Blues. And yet he felt like chilling on the Blues bench during Friday night's game. It was just hilarious to see—if you are a fan. The Blues didn't seem too thrilled by Burrows' jump. St. Louis held on for the 4-3 victory. [NHL] Read more NHL news on BleacherReport.com