Biggest Training Camp Standouts in St. Louis

Via It’s almost that time! We are now just under two weeks away from opening night for the St. Louis Blues, who open the regular season with a match up against the Columbus Blue Jackets on October 15th at Enterprise Center. It’s absolutely crazy to think that we’ve already made it to this point,Continue reading “Biggest Training Camp Standouts in St. Louis”

Josh Leivo: Low Risk, High Reward

Via Marie Sorvin of USA Today It has been a very interesting offseason, not only across the entire NHL, but especially for the St. Louis Blues and General Manager Doug Armstrong. There have been some good parts, but there have been too many bad parts. Most Blues fans focus on the big moves of theContinue reading “Josh Leivo: Low Risk, High Reward”

Top Five Blues Prospects: Analyzed and Explained

via Even though Blues GM Doug Armstrong hasn’t had the best picks when it comes to how high they are in the draft, I still believe that, in the past few years, Armstrong and the Blues scouting department have made some great picks in the NHL Entry Draft. So let’s take a look atContinue reading “Top Five Blues Prospects: Analyzed and Explained”

Looking Back at the Pavel Buchnevich Trade: A Year Later

via I think we can all agree that St. Louis hasn’t had the best offseason this year. Arguably, one of the worst summers that GM Doug Armstrong has had in his 12 year tenure in STL. Whether it’s the contracts that were signed, the defensive need that is still there, or not trading forContinue reading “Looking Back at the Pavel Buchnevich Trade: A Year Later”