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Author: Chris Moran

It’s Time to Trade Alex Pietrangelo

January 13, 2019

Alright, first off I don’t particularly like to say that. To be honest, I don’t particularly like to trade anybody. I would love it if the Blues were able to draft and sign all their great players, keep them for 15 years or so, and then have them retire from the note, preferably with a […]

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The Blues Suck… And I Don’t Know Why

December 4, 2018

Goaltending has been inconsistent, the defense has been porous, they are leaving opposing players wide open to score, and then they have been utterly failing to score. That doesn’t even take into account the usual poor officiating and our usual December injury spree hitting the team. That being said, “The Blues Suck…and I know why […]

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Power Play Problems

October 3, 2018

A new season is upon us, and with camp starting this week, I thought it was a good time to address one of the Blues’ biggest problems from last season, the Power Play. The Blues power play last year was atrocious, to say the least. The Blues were 30th in PP% last year at a […]

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Perfect Line Formula: Where do they Go? Placing the New Acquisitions

August 3, 2018

Placing the New Acquisitions using the Perfect Line Formula Here we go, it’s officially August and the new season is officially on. Most of us Blues fans were expecting the big blockbuster moves to be made this year at the draft, but we sat through a relatively quiet draft night.  Then one week later, we […]

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Building The Team: Free Agent Roundup

June 21, 2018

It’s the offseason and with that it’s time for all the teams that didn’t win the Stanley Cup, essentially everyone that’s not the Washington Capitals, to start thinking about rebuilding their roster to go for it next year. That process involves four major parts: the Draft, Re-signing internal free agents, Signing external free agents, and […]

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Building the Team: Internal Options

June 11, 2018

Well, here we are, it’s June, the playoffs are over, and the Blues aren’t there, again. We had a really early exit this year, not making the playoffs, not as usual, and we’ve all had time to process the season that wasn’t. We’ve processed, yelled, screamed and cried.  Then we moved on, hopping onto our […]

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Defense and Goalies – Should They Stay or Should They Go: A Team Review, Part 2

April 24, 2018

The Season has now drawn to a close. It was a season of ups and downs and overall just plain disappointing. After the rocket hot start this year’s Blues team had, pretty much anything short of a Central Division Championship would have been disappointing. Then January and February happened, and the lead in the division […]

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Forwards – Should They Stay or Should They Go: A Team Review, Part 1

April 14, 2018

The Season has now drawn to a close. It was a season of ups and downs and overall just plain disappointing. After the rocket hot start this year’s Blues team had, pretty much anything short of a Central Division Championship would have been disappointing. Then January and February happened, and the lead in the division […]

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The Perfect Line: A Look at the Success of the Schenn, Tarasenko, Schwartz Line

March 29, 2018

Over the course of the last week we have witnessed the resurgence, or maybe just the reemergence, of the Schenn/Tarasenko/Schwartz line. The line has chemistry, energy, and clearly a buzz about it. We watched them basically go off in the game against the LA Kings on March 10th and then continue the pattern into the […]

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