St Louis Blues

Heading into the 2017 offseason, St. Louis Blues fans weren’t expecting much from general manager Doug Armstrong. Fifty years of mediocrity in the form of zero Stanley Cup wins will wear on a fanbase, after all. For the second straight season, the team that eliminated them in the postseason represented the Western Conference in the
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A major factor in how the St. Louis Blues were able to select Klim Kostin with the 31st overall pick in the 2017 NHL Entry Draft was the uncertainty surrounding the 18-year-old forward. Questions regarding his ability to terminate his KHL contract with Dynamo Moscow and injury concerns led to his slide to the end
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** Originally published on April 2010 by Bruce Wilkie/THW The 1950s and 60s were a time of great growth for professional sports in the United States. Three of the four “major” sports had expanded to become nationwide entities. The National Football League, National Basketball Association and Major League Baseball had expanded or had teams move
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The St. Louis Blues have added another former player to their coaching regime with the signing of Barret Jackman as the team’s development coach. Jackman, 36, spent 14 years in the NHL after being drafted by the Blues in 1999. Last October, he announced his retirement after signing a one-day contract to end his career
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The St. Louis Blues celebrated their 50th year in existence this season (1967-2017). It was a roller coaster ride filled with its fair share of bad times,  but there’s no doubting the good moments outweighed the bad. Unfortunately, the 49th season of hockey ended the same way their previous 48 seasons have ended, without a Stanley
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