Month: November 2018

Tyler Tucker: Playing More Disciplined, Continuing Success

Picking Up Where We Left Off Nearly a month ago, we took a look at St. Louis Blues 7th round 2018 Draft Selection and defensive prospect, Tyler Tucker of the Barrie Colts. We came to the conclusion that Tyler has been just downright impressive. At that point in time, we were looking at 17 points […]

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Blues’ Comeback Falls Short, Red Wings Prevail 4-3

The OOOH’S and AAAH’S of Being a Blues Fan What seemed like a great comeback turned out to be a big disappointment when the Blues rallied from a 3-goal deficit to tie the Detroit Red Wings, only to give up a late goal and lose 4-3. Despite how good they looked during the 15 to […]

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A Tale of Two Teams

A Tale of Two Teams It was the best of times, it was the worst of times. Ours was a team of checking and physicality, it was a team of softness and turnovers. This season was the beginning of a new belief, it was the beginning of new doubt. It was the season of light […]

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Giving Tuesday: Help Our Lady Cyclones

First, Watch this Video… Giving Tuesday, we can make a big difference in our community and more importantly for young females involved in the great sport of hockey. Facebook and Paypal are matching 7 million dollars in donations throughout the day beginning at 7 am. The St. Louis Lady Cyclones are a non-profit, all-girl, youth […]

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Patrik Laine Joins Blues Ownership Group

Come On!!! First Period Things didn’t exactly click early in this one. 5 and 1/2 minutes pass and finally, Oskar Sundqvist put a puck near the Jets crease. Sunny made a simple play from behind the net, and the puck was frozen by Brossoit. This wasn’t a prime scoring chance. This wasn’t a shot on […]

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Blues Get Physical With Nashville

For the first time since February of 2018, the St. Louis Blues defeated a central division opponent other than the Chicago Blackhawks. The victim on this night was the Nashville Predators, falling 6-2 at the hands of the Blues. The ‘Preds’, as some folks like to call them, handed the Blues their 3rd straight loss […]

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Blues Fall to Predators 4-1

A new era began for the St. Louis Blues with Craig Berube at the helm when the Blues traveled to Nashville for the first of a home-and-home series with the Predators sandwiched around Thanksgiving Day. Starting Lineup With injuries to several key players and some shifting of players by Berbube, the lines looked like this: […]

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Eye Roll, Sharks Shut Out Blues 4-0

The Blues visited the “Shark Tank” (SAP Center) for the first time this season. They won’t be back until March 9th, 2019 for the last of 3 meetings this regular season. On November 9th, San Jose was shut out by Chad Johnson and the Blues (4-0) at Enterprise Center. Sharks look to even things up. […]

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Blues Bounce Back With 4-1 Win in Vegas

Blues Bounce Back After losing two in a row the Blues bounced back with a decisive 4-1 victory over the Vegas Golden Knights with 3 unanswered goals in the 2nd period. Ryan O’Reilly scored twice. Brayden Schenn returned to the lineup and netted his 4th goal of the season. Oskar Sundqvist added his 4th goal […]

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