Blues Impeach Senators in 4-1 Win

​     In tonight’s game against the Ottawa Senators, the Blues were looking to take advantage of a struggling team and to tie the Winnipeg Jets for (potentially) first place in the Central. The Predators also played the Arizona Coyotes tonight, and depending on the score of this game, the Blues could be on top of the Central again by the end of the night. … Continue reading Blues Impeach Senators in 4-1 Win

Blues Fans: Don’t Hit the Panic Button (Yet)

As St. Louis Blues fans, one of our favorite things to do is hit the panic button. When things aren’t going well, we are always quick to declare the situation an emergency. The Blues are struggling to string together wins? Cue the “I knew this would happen. This team is horrible,” talk. With the Blues’ play dipping in recent months (compared to their red-hot start … Continue reading Blues Fans: Don’t Hit the Panic Button (Yet)

Too Average: Why Tarasenko Isn’t An All-Star

​  From the beginning of the season to the NHL ASG, the Blues have seen themselves play at their best and at their worst. Their October was stellar and put them in the race for the President’s Trophy. The Blues were 10-2-1 in the opening month of the season, back when Jaden Schwartz was healthy and the Blues didn’t have a goaltending problem. November was … Continue reading Too Average: Why Tarasenko Isn’t An All-Star

World Juniors Show Blues Have Bright Future

Do not be surprised if you are hearing the names Jordan Kyrou, Kilm Kostin, and Robert Thomas in the very near future, perhaps even this season. All three players had absolutely stellar World Junior Championships (WJC) showings. And that is on top of their already impressive minor league numbers. Kyrou and Thomas have been setting the Ontario Hockey League (OHL) on fire this season. Both … Continue reading World Juniors Show Blues Have Bright Future