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Blues Lose Heartbreaker in Montreal

October 18, 2018

(Photo Credit: Graham Hughes / Canadian Press) In the business world, when you work “bell to bell” it means that you have to be there from the very start all the way to the very end, from the very moment the store opens all the way up to the moment you lock the doors. The […]

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Blues fall 3-2 to Ducks after having 2-1 lead.

October 14, 2018

First Period. After both teams took at least 50 shots on goal last night, you definitely expected a defensive game. This is exactly what we saw as both teams came out really trying to trap players in the defensive zone. Both the Blues and the Ducks fought hard to keep each team from getting any […]

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Rampage Rants: Offensive woes plague Rampage in opening week homestand

October 14, 2018

(Photo Credit: Darren Abate) The San Antonio Rampage officially began a new era of hockey in South Texas on October 6 when they took the ice as the AHL affiliate of the St. Louis Blues. It was a week of highs and lows for the Silver and Black that saw issues on both sides of […]

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Dear St. Louis: Let the Boys Play

October 7, 2018

(Photo Credit: Phil Boyce / Associated Press) Dear St. Louis, I have a confession to make: I’m guilty of high expectations for my Blues this year, possibly too high. Which is why I’m writing this today: I have to stop demanding what others can’t give… or, if they can, it’s not going to be anytime […]

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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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Off Beat – Joe Bouley, HockeyWilderness.com

October 2, 2018

Let’s start with a quick bio about what HockeyWilderness.com  is and how you started there. Tell our readers a little about you. I started at Hockey Wilderness after a couple years of doing my own thing on Facebook where I’d write my own little scouting reports after the summer rookie development camp. In fact, my […]

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Pump the Brakes on Fabbri Fears

September 27, 2018

(Photo Credit: Paul Sancya / Associated Press) I find myself doing it every preseason game he has played so far. Holding my breath, expecting the worst. I tense whenever Kerber tells me he is on the ice and when the Blues played Columbus on Sunday I heard what most Blues fatalists had expected to hear […]

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St. Louis Blues: Maroon 5

September 23, 2018

(Photo Credit: Mark Humphrey / Associated Press) Patrick Maroon. St. Louis native. Big boy. Big Rig. You don’t move him unless he lets you move him. Creates time and space in front of the net. All around excited to be playing for the team he grew up idolizing as a child. Maroon is many things, […]

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Luke Opilka: Blues Prospect Q and A

September 21, 2018

I recently had the chance to ask St. Louis Blues Goalie Prospect, Luke Opilka a few questions. He’s a homegrown talent that I was very honored to get in contact with. So, thanks very much to Luke for his time. Before we get to my questions, here is a video from the St. Louis Blues YouTube channel […]

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Bona Fide Bozak

September 11, 2018

(Photo Credit: Associated Press) For Tyler Bozak, a lifelong Toronto Maple Leaf, a change of scenery and a place to settle down with his young family was a must. After spending nine years playing alongside the likes of Phil Kessel, James van Riemsdyk, Auston Matthews and Nazem Kadri, Bozak found a new home in St. […]

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