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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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Rampage Woes Continue Into New Year

Happy New Year everyone! The holidays are over and we’ve turned a new leaf. The Rampage also looks to turn over their own leaf, but so far the results have been lackluster. Game Recaps Having broken a 7-game losing streak heading into the Christmas break, the Rampage split a home and home with the Texas […]

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Blue Collar Weekly: Jaden Schwartz

Jaden Schwartz battles with Winnipeg’s Josh Morrisey in a recent game at Enterprise Center. (Joe Puetz/NHL via Getty Images) Welcome to Blue Collar Weekly where I choose one lucky Blues hockey player to wear the Blue Collar of greatness for a week. I will judge the players by their elevated game-play and heavy stats. I […]

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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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Oh, When The Blues Go Marching In!

History of the Organ in Hockey Pictured is the author/managing Editor of Blues Rants, Tim Hirsch with current Blues organist, Jeremy Boyer. There have been many different stories written about the use of organ music at ice hockey games. I have read bits and pieces of those articles and will most likely repeat some of […]

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Pit Of Misery – Rescue Taylor Hall

I am back from my sabbatical to give you all a little something to think about. At the time of publishing Taylor Hall could be a Blue, he could be a Yote, he could be an Oiler, hell he could even be a Devil, but what does Hall bring to the table for the team […]

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I’ll Have a Blues Christmas…Holiday Shopping Guide Part 2…

Ideas for Holiday Gifts Welcome to another installment of The Magic Zone’s holiday shopping guide!  For those keeping track, here’s the latest countdown: My Daughter’s Birthday – 28 Days Hanukkah – 31 Days Christmas – 34 Days Kwanzaa – 35 Days In case you missed my first installment, here’s the link. Blues Holiday Shopping Guide […]

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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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Rampage Wrap Up Home Stand

First Time for Everything On October 10th, following a captain-less opening weekend, the Rampage announced the leadership group for the young season. You can revisit our predictions here. As it turned out, Jordan Nolan got the nod for the first time in his career. When asked about his expanded role, Nolan responded, “… I think […]

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Tarasenko’s Slow Start No Reason To Panic

Vladimir Tarasenko is in his 8th season with the St. Louis Blues. (Dilip Vishwanat/Getty Images) Four games into the 2019-20 season, Blues winger Vladimir Tarasenko has yet to put the biscuit in the basket. We’ve heard chatter in the circles of Blues fandom that would indicate some of you are worried. Even worse, some of […]

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