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Author: Tim Hirsch

I am a lifelong resident of Du Quoin, IL and have been a Blues fan since as long as I can remember. My dad started following the Blues in 1967. I was 3 years old, so I guess I've been a fan all my life.

Blues Lose 2-1 in Overtime to Islanders

January 16, 2019

St. Louis played their third game in four nights and the third of their four-game road trip when they traveled to Brooklyn to face the New York Islanders. The Islanders have been playing well and sit 10 games over .500 and had defeated the Blues 11 days earlier back in St. Louis. Team Records Blues: […]

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Will the Blues Call Up Klim Kostin This Season?

January 14, 2019

As the NHL season wears on, injuries happen. Every team in the league has to rely on players within their system to help out when players go down. The Blues farm system was highly-touted in the offseason and was ranked #3 in the NHL by Corey Pronman of The Athletic. You can read about it […]

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Tarasenko Scores Twice, Stars Fall to Blues 3-1

January 13, 2019

The St. Louis Blues took their game on the road where they have been pretty good lately. They’ve won 4 of their last 5 when sporting the white jerseys. The game in Dallas was the first of a 4-game road trip. With the exception of a home game against Ottawa 1 week from today, the Blues […]

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Blues, Binnington Shutout Flyers 3-0

January 7, 2019

In his first NHL start in goal for the St. Louis Blues, rookie Jordan Binnington recorded a shutout victory over the Philadelphia Flyers 3-0. Binnington stopped all 25 Flyers shots and got 3 goals of support from his teammates. The Blues also blocked 15 shots and seemed to always be in the right spot to clear the […]

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Blues Win 5-2 Over Capitals

January 4, 2019

The defending Stanley Cup Champs rolled into St. Louis Thursday night looking to bounce back from a 6-3 loss in Nashville on Monday. The Caps lead the Metropolitan Division in the East and were 9-2-0 in their last 11 games despite the loss to the Predators. St. Louis lost Monday night to the visiting New York […]

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Blues Fall Victim to Pittsburgh Power Play, Lose 6-1

December 30, 2018

Pittsburgh was perfect on the power play and St. Louis couldn’t solve goaltender Matt Murray in a lopsided loss at Enterprise Center. Team Records Penguins: (19-12-6) Blues: (15-16-4) Starting Lineup The only change to the lineup for St. Louis was the return of their captain, Alex Pietrangelo. He missed the previous 11 games with a […]

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Blues Can’t Figure it Out, Lose 5-1 in Vancouver

December 21, 2018

Vince Lombardi was quoted as saying, “Confidence is contagious. So is lack of confidence.” not confident; hesitant, unsure, insecure, meek, timid, shy, diffident, self-doubting, self-distrustful. I’ll explain why I lead off with those words in the “My Thoughts” section at the end of this story. First Period The Blues outplayed Vancouver in the first period, outshooting […]

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Blues’ March Through Western Canada Begins With a 4-1 Win in Edmonton

December 19, 2018

The St. Louis Blues played the first of a three-game road trip when they faced off with the Edmonton Oilers and their former head coach, Ken Hitchcock Tuesday night in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. They were looking for a bit of revenge after losing 3-2 in a shootout two weeks ago in St. Louis. First Blood […]

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Would the Real St. Louis Blues Please Show Up?

December 16, 2018

Where Were They? Where was the team that we saw come from behind earlier this week with 4 goals in the final period? You remember the team that overcame adversity two nights ago and scored a short-handed goal in overtime to beat one of the best teams in the Western Conference? Where were the St. […]

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O’Reilly Scores Overtime Winner, Blues Win 4-3

December 14, 2018

Overtime In a dramatic turn of events, the St. Louis Blues beat the Colorado Avalanche in overtime for the 2nd time in as many weeks on Friday nights. The drama started when Colton Parayko dropped his stick. The stick ended up in the corner. Vladimir Tarasenko handed his stick to Parayko and play continued on. […]

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