Author: Tyson Plumlee

Blues Win Seven Straight for Third Time This Season

How do the Blues three separate 7-game winning streaks stack up with other championship seasons? “Alright you guys, let’s listen up. We won a game yesterday. We win one today, that’s two in a row. We win one tomorrow, that’s called a winning streak. It has happened before. So let’s see some hustle! Let’s jack […]

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The Night the Hockey World Showed How Much They Care

Jay Bouwmeester skates in a recent game. (Jonathan Kozub/NHL via Getty Images) There are times when it feels as though time stops for just a moment. The moment appears to take an excessive amount of time after the event, which may encompass the following day. Tuesday, February 11th, was one of the days where I […]

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History of the Blues in the All-Star Game

St. Louis Will Host the NHL All-Star Game For Third Time Welcome to the NHL All-Star Week. This week will be filled with a tumultuous amount of fanfare and opportunities for St. Louis to host a plethora of activities and events for our hockey community. This upcoming week should pose nothing less than tremendous for […]

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From Hope to Glory – The Decade That Culminated With The Stanley Cup

A Look Back at the Decade that Led to The Blues Winning the Stanley Cup Alexander Steen hoists the Stanley Cup in June 2019 after the Blues defeated Boston in game seven of the Stanley Cup Final. (Winslow Townson/USA Today photo via Reuters) As the end of 2019 approaches, perhaps some like to reflect on […]

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A Comeback For the Ages

The holiday spirit was alive and well in the city of St. Louis on December 14th, 2019. Little did we know that this night would go down in history as the franchise’s most magnificent comeback win in regulation for our St. Louis Blues. I am a person who loves to live through experiences and re-telling […]

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Hockey Fights Cancer Hits Close to Home

My Hockey Fights Cancer Story November is Hockey Fights Cancer Month. Since 1998, the NHL community honors and unites families to support cancer patients and their families. Each team stages their arena with lavender dasher boards and promotes cancer awareness with promotional items and placards for fans to write who they are fighting for in […]

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Blues Open Road Trip with 3-2 Win in Toronto

David Perron tries to get his stick on the puck in front of Toronto goaltender Frederik Anderson. (Chris Young/AP photo) Our Boys in Blue took to the road in their first of a four-game road trip with the initial stop being in Toronto. It would seem fitting to start the road trip in the city […]

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New Season, Old Traditions

In just a little less than two weeks Blues fans will assemble at the doors waiting for them to open and flood the concourses of the Enterprise Center. At the same time, families will finish their dinner and gather to watch the opening ceremonies of the 2019-2020 Blues season. Fans will be happy, witnessing the […]

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Maroon Moves On, But Will Not Be Forgotten

Dilip Vishwanat/Getty Images Sitting in the confines of my basement with Pandora blasting Foo Fighters and the TV on mute I sit reflecting on the loss of former St. Louis Blue #7 Pat Maroon. Indeed, this will be one of many blogs or articles referencing a renowned player from our beloved city. For this piece, […]

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Who’s Your Favorite Blue? Here’s Mine

(Jeff Roberson/AP photo) This past weekend I spent some time cleaning out my closet to eliminate clothing that doesn’t fit anymore from my days when I was a little huskier. Swiping through the hangers, I came upon two Blues jerseys. I pulled out two jerseys. A home jersey and an away jersey both signed by […]

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