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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 Blank Jets 1-0

December 7, 2018

The story was all Jake Allen in this one as he stopped all 26 Winnipeg Jets shots and recorded his first shutout of the year. It was the 17th shutout of his career and moves him into sole possession of third place all-time with the Blues in shutouts. Only Jaroslav Halak (20) and Brian Elliott […]

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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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St. Louis Blues: Maroon 5

September 23, 2018

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, and all of them good for the […]

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Make or Break- Alexander Steen

August 11, 2018

Alexander Steen is underappreciated, we’ve written that story before. He is the active leader for the Blues in career games played with the note on his chest, he’s 7th in career points and he has created some of the most indelible moments for the team, over the last ten years. Alexander Steen is a modern […]

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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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Alexander Steen is Underappreciated

July 27, 2018

In the last 4 years, Alexander Steen has averaged 18 goals, 35 assists, and 53 points per season. Last season, Alex was 7th on the team in even strength assists with 21. He was tied with Alex Pietrangelo and Vladimir Tarasenko for 2nd on the team in Power Play assists with 10. Alex finished 4th […]

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Making a case for a Top Line of Perron, O’Reilly, and Tarasenko

July 8, 2018

How many Blues fans do you know that insist, “You can’t break up Jaden Schwartz, Brayden Schenn, and Vladimir Tarasenko“? There are many that believe that line is just too good to mess with. I’m not one of those fans, but I am for keeping Schwartz and Schenn together. That’s for sure. I think Alexander […]

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St. Louis Blues: Down The Middle

July 2, 2018

The St. Louis Blues have made some changes, acquiring not one, but two for down the middle. I’m interested in having an idea of what a difference we can expect from St. Louis when looking at the center position. This will be a 5 on 5 comparison that will be made by averaging each center-man’s […]

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