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    5-31-16: Game 4 ended up being the last Blues win of the playoffs, as they went on to lost both Games 5 and 6. Both of the St. Louis goalies struggled in the Western Conference Finals. In the last two contests of the series, the Blues gave up a combined 11 goals. On the bright side, Vladimir Tarasenko’s first two goals of the series came in Game 6.

    5-23-16: Troy Brouwer and Kyle Brodziak each scored two goals for the Blues in Saturday’s Game 4 win in San Jose. Jake Allen had 31 saves on the Sharks’ 34 shots that evening. The victory tied the series, as the two teams head back to St. Louis for Monday’s Game 5.

    5-17-16: In search of their first Stanley Cup ever, the Blues have been making their fans sweat throughout the 2016 playoffs. On May 11, they played their second Game 7, but it was not as close of a contest as their first-round Game 7. St. Louis won that contest, 6-1, in Dallas and then had three days off before beating the visiting San Jose Sharks, 2-1, in Game 1 of the Western Conference Finals.

    5-10-16: The Blues were looking to finish off the Dallas Stars on Monday, but Brian Elliott had a terrible first period. He allowed three goals in fewer than 17 minutes, and Jake Allen, who had not played in the 2016 playoffs before Game 6, replaced Elliott in net. Alexander Steen and Patrik Berglund, who each scored in Game 6, will need to keep up their offensive production in Wednesday’s Game 7.

    5-3-16: David Backes sure enjoys playing in overtime; he scored the game-winning goal, which was also the only goal, in the Blues’ first game of the 2016 playoffs. Then on Sunday, he got St. Louis its first win of its second-round series with an overtime goal on his birthday; the win tied the series for the Blues.

    4-26-16: The Blues' Opening Round series against the Blackhawks boiled down to a pivotal Game 7 Monday night, and Troy Brouwer's made the deciding goal late in the third to push the Blues into the Conference Semifinals. The Blues will now face the Dallas Stars, who fended off a furious Minnesota Wild team in Game 6 to advance. The action kicks off with Game 1 on Friday at American Airlines Center in Dallas.

    4-18-16: In the third game of a series tied at one game apiece, the Blues headed into the third period down, 2-1, at the United Center. Just about five minutes into the period, they tied the score with the Chicago Blackhawks with a Patrick Berglund goal. Then, Jaden Schwartz scored what became the game-winning goal with fewer than eight minutes remaining, and the victory gave the Blues the series lead.

    4-4-16: The Blues had a terrific end of March, as they won the final five games of the month. Although they fell to the visiting Boston Bruins on Friday, they bounced back to defeat the Avalanche in Colorado on Sunday. The Blues scored three goals, including David Backes’ 21st goal of the season, en route to the 5-1 victory.

    3-23-16: Brian Elliot started in net for the second consecutive game, and he continued to shut out opponents. Since being activated from injured reserve, he has put together 120 minutes of shutout hockey. On Saturday, St. Louis put a season-high 50 shots on net in the 3-0 victory at Vancouver. Although the Blues had just 24 shots on Tuesday at San Jose, St. Louis won, 1-0.

    3-8-16: Although the Blues began their four-game road trip with a 5-0 loss at the hands of the Nashville Predators, St. Louis bounced back to go undefeated on the rest of the trip. Goalie Jake Allen saved at least thirty shots in each of the three victories. Although he gave up seven combined goals, his save percentages were at least .930 in each of the games.

    3-4-16: Owning the third spot in the Central division, the Blues remain hot on the trail of both successors in the Stars and Blackhawks. The Blues sit just two points out of a virtual tie with the first-place Blackhawks and brace for a pivotal week ahead when they play the Wild and Blackhawks through next Wednesday. With seven games remaining at Scottrade Center in the regular season, the average price for St. Louis Blues tickets is $105.83 on the secondary market.

    2-23-16: On Sunday, the Blues activated goalie Jake Allen from injured reserve. He had missed 17 games due to a lower-body injury. In Monday’s 6-3 loss to the San Jose Sharks that ended the Blues’ five-game winning streak, St. Louis’s starting goalie Brian Elliott suffered a lower-body injury of his own after allowing three goals. Allen replaced him in the contest and played much better.

    2-17-16: The Blues won their third consecutive game on Tuesday, as they defeated Dallas, 2-1, in overtime to close the gap between them and the Stars in the Western Conference standings. For the second consecutive game, goalie Brian Elliot allowed just one goal. In addition, the Blues have been successful on defense, as they have allowed just one power-play goal in all of February.

    2-10-16: The Blues have alternated wins and losses thus far in February. St. Louis’s penalty kill has been very good this month, as the team has allowed just one power-play goal in 19 tries. The Blues’ three-game homestand included a 4-1 victory, which had three power-play goals in six tries, over the Minnesota Wild, but that win was bookended by losses to San Jose and Winnipeg.

    2-1-16: The Blues had a five-game losing streak before putting together five wins in six contests in mid-January. They then lost in a shootout to the Colorado Avalanche before losing, 2-0, against the Chicago Blackhawks. St. Louis heads back on the road to Nashville on Tuesday before coming home for a three-game homestand.

    1-26-16: A two-game losing streak has thwarted the Blues' chances of catching the second-place Stars in the Central division, but there's still plenty of time to make a push after the All-Star break. With 14 games remaining at Scottrade Center this season the average price for St. Louis Blues tickets is $83.61 on the secondary market.

    1-13-16: The St. Louis Blues trail the Chicago Blackhawks by three points for second place and hold a five-point lead on the Minnesota Wild in fourth place. They’ll look to extend their two-game win streak against the Carolina Hurricanes and Montreal Canadiens at home this week.

    1-6-16: Now on a three-game losing streak, the St. Louis Blues have dropped out of second place of the Central Division and trail the Chicago Blackhawks by a point. They begin a three-game road trip against the Colorado Avalanche, followed by games against the Anaheim Ducks and Los Angeles Kings.

    12-23-15: St. Louis only trails the Dallas Stars in the Central Division and has won four out their last five games to try and keep pace. They’ll have a chance to cut into the deficit when they take on the Stars in a home-and-home before hosting the Nashville Predators and Minnesota Wild to finish 2015.

    12-18-15: It has been another strong start to the season for the St. Louis Blues, who have skated to a 19-10-4 record over their first 33 games. They own second place in the Central division, trumped only by the league-leading Dallas Stars. Over their remaining 23 games at Scottrade Center the average price for St. Louis Blues tickets is $93.12 on the secondary market.

    12-9-15: The St. Louis Blues only trail the Dallas Stars in the Western Conference Central division and the two teams meet on Saturday night as the premier matchup in the West. The Blues are 4-3-3 in their last 10 games and trail Dallas by eight points through 28 games.

    11-19-15: The St. Louis Blues will host their cheapest game of the season against the Buffalo Sabres tonight. According to TicketIQ the average price for Blue vs Sabres tickets is $49 on the secondary market. The get-in price starts at just $16.

    11-11-15: The St. Louis Blues have had a strong start to the 2015-16 NHL season and sit in second place in the Central division at 11-3-1. With 35 games remaining at Scottrade Center this season the average price for St. Louis Blues tickets is $109.93 on the secondary market. The most expensive game in St. Louis this season will be played against the Chicago Blackhawks on March 9, where tickets average $175.91 and the get-in price is $50.

    4-28-15: Once again, the playoffs have proven to be disastrous for the Blues who were eliminated by the Wild in six games Sunday afternoon. For the third straight year, St. Louis is knocked out in the first-round. Blues goalie Jake Allen, who had been strong through the first four games of the series, allowed two brutal goals in game six that set the tone for the game. One has to wonder if Ken Hitchcock’s days in St. Louis are numbered.

    4-20-15: The Blues are tied at 1-1 with the Wild heading back to Minnesota for games three and four. To be honest, they have been outplayed through the first two games of the series. Minnesota took it to St. Louis in game one, and if it wasn’t for Vladimir Tarasenko’s hat trick in game two, the Blues would be down 2-0.

    4-13-15: The Blues' late-season surge kept them above the Predators and Blackhawks in the standings. That allowed them to avoid the Blackhawks in the first-round. However, they will plays a team that has been on a run since January, that being the Minnesota Wild. St. Louis did close out the regular season with a 4-2 win over those same Wild that they will be playing in the opening round.

    4-7-15: The Blues had dropped five of their last six games, but have now won three straight. By beating Chicago in regulation this past Sunday, St. Louis controls their own destiny. If they win their final three games, they will win the Central and have good chance of winning the West. But they still could finish as low as third in the division.

    3-31-15: The Blues have just one win in their last six games. Two losses and the lone win came after regulation. It is not probable that St. Louis will be second in the Central Division. The Blues must move ahead of the Predators for control of first place if they want to avoid their nemesis in Chicago. The Hawks are only one point back of Chicago now.

    3-3-15: The Blues begin a five-game road trip in Winnipeg last Thursday and Brian Elliott stood tall. He had a 2-1 win over Edmonton two days later. St. Louis closed out the week with a third period comeback against Vancouver. They ended up losing in the shootout. The Blues did acquire defenseman Robert Bortuzzo and Zbynek Michalek at the deadline.

    2-9-15: The Blues went .500 this past week, after beating Tampa Bay in overtime and recording a win over the Sabres, St. Louis was then blown out 7-1 by the Blue Jackets and then fell 4-2 to Chicago. St. Louis has the second-best goal differential in hockey, and a 20-5-2 home record. The team's primary focus the rest of the way is likely to win the Central Division.

    2-4-15: They beat Nashville in a shootout to open up the second half, and went 3-0 this past week. Overall, the Blues have won five games in a row and 10 of their last 11 played. The Central Division race will be a dogfight the rest of the season. With St. Louis, Nashville, and Chicago all playing well, it should be fun for NHL fans down the stretch.

    1-22-15: The Blues are 7-0-1 in their past eight games, none of which involved goalie Martin Brodeur, who is on a leave of absence. Pekka Rinne's injury in Nashville opens the door for the Blues to make a run in the Central. St. Louis will host the Predators after the All-Star break, which will be a good measuring stick for both squads.

    1-7-15: The Blues had an impressive 7-2 win in San Jose this past Saturday, and followed that up by crushing Arizona 6-0 Tuesday night. St. Louis has three wins in their past nine games. They currently sit third in the Central behind Nashville and Chicago. With goalie Brian Elliott healthy again, St. Louis should be able to make a push for the top spot in the division.

    12-24-14: The Blues are 5-2-1 in their past seven games played. They had an overtime loss to the Sharks this past Saturday, and were crushed 5-0 by Colorado Tuesday night. The Blues are in an epic battle with the Blackhawks and Predators in the Central Division. Jori Lehtera has one goal and four assists in his past 12 games.

    12-17-14: The Blues have won five straight games, including a big 5-2 win over Los Angeles Tuesday night. They have scored three or more goals in every game. The Blues are in a tight three-way battle for first in the Central Division. They sit one point back of Chicago with a game in hand, and two points up on Nashville with the Predators having a game in hand. Vladimir Tarasenko now has 20 goals on the season.

    12-10-14: The Blues went 1-2-0 last week, with their lone victory a result of rallying from a three-goal deficit. Since goaltender Brian Elliott suffered a knee injury six games ago, the Blues are 4-2-0 despite allowing 19 goals. They had a good 4-2 victory over Florida Monday night. Vladimir Tarasenko has 17 goals in 28 games, which puts the 22-year-old Russian on pace for over 50 goals.

    12-3-14: The Blues are 7-2-1 in their last 10 games and signed Martin Brodeur to a one-year deal on Tuesday. Wait, Marty Brodeur? Yes, you read that right. The former NJ Devils legend will now be donning the blue note of the Blues. Brodeur was signed to replace injured goaltender Brian Elliot.

    11-26-14: After losing to Montreal and Boston to open last week, the Blues bounced back with road wins in Ottawa and Winnipeg this past weekend, but dropped a shootout game against the Senators Tuesday. If Chicago and Los Angeles are the teams sitting on the West until someone knocks them off, the Blues could be the team that does the unseating. They have the league's top defense.

    11-19-14: Prior to their 2-0 loss to the Bruins Tuesday night, the Blues had won three consecutive games and 10 of their last 11. Vladimir Tarasenko sits seventh in the NHL in points with 21. The question with St. Louis remains whether or not they’re an elite team in the same breath as a Chicago or Los Angeles? Only success in the playoffs will change that notion. 

    11-12-14: The Blues had their seven game winning streak snapped Saturday in a 2-1 loss to the Predators. In the game, the Preds had 35 shots on net, which was only the second time this season St. Louis has allowed more than 30 shots in a game. They bounced back Tuesday with a 6-1 romp of the lowly Sabres, in which Jori Lehtera scored a natural hat trick. Vladimir Tarasenko’s emergence has given the Blues a game-breaker at forward that they have been missing in recent years.

    11-5-14: The Blues have won six straight games, and Vladimir Taresenko is having his coming out party this season. After scoring just one goal on his first 30 shots of the season, the 22-year-old Russian has seven goals and nine points in his past five games. He is responsible for seven of the Blues' 12 goals since Oct. 28.

    10-29-14: The Blues lost two out of three games last week, but beat the Stars in overtime Tuesday night Offense has been a problem for the Blues, who rank 21st in offense with an average of 2.50 goals per game. The combination of Vladimir Tarasenko and Jori Lehtera has been special. Besides those two, the offense has been subpar. Injuries to David Backes and Paul Statsny don’t help.

    10-22-14: The Blues have been rather disappointing through five games. The Blues are one of those teams on the cusp of greatness. Last year, Ryan Miller was supposed to be the piece to put St. Louis over the top, but it didn't work out in the playoffs. Brian Elliott has been given the opportunity to prove that he can be a starter, and he's looked good so far, with a .924 save percentage through four games played. If he doesn’t work out, Jake Allen is a more than capable backup.

    10-15-14: New addition Paul Stastny is making his presence felt already with four points through two games played. The St. Louis born forward will bolster an already deep talent pool at center for the Blues. St. Louis’ forward depth should lead them to the top of the NHL standings once again this season. However, is Brian Elliot really the answer in net? The Ryan Miller experiment crashed and burned last season, and I would expect to Jake Allen take over the reigns from Elliot at some point this season.

    10-10-14: The St. Louis Blues dropped their home opener 3-2 to the New York Rangers on Thursday night. The Rangers and Blues traded goals through the third period before Rick Nash scored the game winner with less than two minutes remaining in regulation. Jaden Schwartz and Paul Stansky scored the two goals for the Blues, both in the third period. Alex Pietrangelo led all Blues with 25:26 of ice time.

    10-10-14: St. Louis started hot last season but ended the regular season and entered the postseason with injuries. Bounced early on in the playoffs by the rival Blackhawks, the Blues retooled defensively in the offseason, giving the starting netminder job to Brian Elliott and bringing in Carl Gunnarsson from Toronto. Both players will go to work on a defense that allowed the third most goals in the NHL last season.

    In Chicago, head coach Joel Quenneville has consistently gotten things done, registering the highest regular season points percentage in franchise history. Though coach Quenneville has led the team to three straight Western Conference finals, the Hawks fell to eventual Stanley Cup winner Kings last year. This season, the Hawks roll out a similarly dynamic lineup. While it’s normally Toews and Kane who fans think of, Patrick Sharp actually led the team in points last season with 78.

    This St. Louis/Chicago matchup is the eighth most expensive NHL regular season game on the secondary market this year. The average price of Blues tickets is $336.03 for the game against the Blackhawks with a get-in price of $103.

    4-28-14: Once again, the Blues are ousted in the first round of the playoffs.  St. Louis scored 14 goals in this series, but was only 2-for-29 on the power play. Eight of those 14 goals came in Games 1 and 2, helping the Blues race out to a 2-0 series lead. Ryan Miller was acquired by the Blues at the deadline to be the missing piece of a Stanley Cup championship puzzle. Well, that didn’t end too well as Miller struggled throughout the entire series. Miller can become an unrestricted free agent on July 1.

    4-28-14: Once again, the Blues are ousted in the first round of the playoffs. St. Louis scored 14 goals in this series, but was only 2-for-29 on the power play. Eight of those 14 goals came in Games 1 and 2, helping the Blues race out to a 2-0 series lead. Ryan Miller was acquired by the Blues at the deadline to be the missing piece of a Stanley Cup championship puzzle. Well, that didn’t end too well as Miller struggled throughout the entire series. Miller can become an unrestricted free agent on July 1.

    4-21-14: There was much talk before the postseason started about the Blues six-game losing streak heading into the playoffs. Well, you can put that talk aside as St. Louis has jumped out to an early 2-0 series lead over the defending champions. They won game one 4-3 in triple overtime and game two 4-3 in overtime. All in all, the Blues have looked fast, mean, and strong. If David Backes can’t go in game three, then that will be a huge loss for the Blues.

    4-14-14: The Blues are in trouble. Six consecutive losses is not the way any team wants to enter the playoffs. St. Louis takes on the defending Stanley Cup champions in their opening series. St. Louis has won three out of five meetings with Chicago during the regular season. Two of those wins came in the shootout and the other was by a single goal. It’s worth noting that in the last two contests between these two teams Chicago outscored St. Louis by a combined total of 8-2.

    4-7-14: The Blues opened the week by beating the Flyers and Sabres, but lost to the Blackhawks and Avalanche by a combined 8-2 score over the weekend. The Central Division is theirs, but they'll need to stop this mini losing streak quickly if they want to hold off the Ducks for the top spot in the West and catch Boston for the best record in the NHL. In 15 games with the Blues, Ryan Miller has a .915 save percentage. In 40 games with the Blues before he was traded, Jaroslav Halak had a .917 save percentage.

    3-31-14: The Blues real season begins come playoff time. Ryan Miller has been a great addition for the playoff stretch, but it all comes down to the playoffs. Miller is 25-22 all time in the playoffs with a .917 save percentage and a 2.46 GAA. The Blues need to beat the Pacific Division though. They have been knocked out of the playoffs the last two seasons by the Los Angeles Kings. St. Louis still has a shot at capturing the President’s Trophy.

    3-25-14: The Blues split this past week by going 2-2-0 with wins against the Jets and Penguins and losses to the Flyers and Blackhawks. Since acquiring Ryan Miller, the Blues are 9-2-1. St. Louis remains in control of the West and have a shot at the Presidents' Trophy. They do have a six point lead in the Central and a three point lead on the Sharks for the top spot in the conference.

    3-17-14: They have won seven of their last eight games and have lost only two games against division opponents all season, both after 60 minutes. The Blues are clearly playing the best hockey in the NHL right now. With that being said, the Blues do need to beat one of the Pacific Division teams to reach the finals. Of the Blues 14 losses, nine have come to the hands of the Ducks, Sharks, and Kings.

    3-10-14: Ryan Miller is undefeated in St. Louis and he looks to be everything the Blues hoped for when they traded for him. St. Louis has best overall record in the league and are the favorites to represent the West in the Stanley Cup Finals. They still need to beat the Pacific Division to get there, but this team looks poised to make a deep run this post season. They’re young, fast, gritty, and downright scary.

    3-4-14: The Blues and Sabres made a blockbuster swap this past Friday night. The Blues acquired Ryan Miller and Steve Ott in exchange for Jaroslav Halak, Chris Stewart, young prospect William Carrier, a 2015 first-round draft pick, and a 2016 third-round pick. Both Ott and Miller joined the team for Sunday's game vs Phoenix.

    3-3-14: The Blues lost a pair of 1-0 games coming out of the break and were held scoreless for two periods by Phoenix this past Sunday. Fortunately for the Blues, they scored four times in the third period to win in Ryan Miller's debut. They are an elite team in the West and can still finish as high as first in the conference or third in their division. That’s how tough the West is this year.  The rest of the Blues' schedule this month is tough. They play 14 games in 25 days, with eight of those contests taking place on the road.

    2-10-14: The Blues have won three out of four games and are 6-1-1 in eight games since they suffered a 7-1 road loss to the New Jersey Devils. St. Louis is tied for first in the Central with the Chicago Blackhawks and is three points behind the Ducks for the most points in the league. The Blues have three games in hand on both teams. The Blues are averaging 3.32 goals per game this season, which is an increase from the previous two seasons.

    2-3-14: The Blues have won four of their last five games, despite playing the majority of those on the road. St. Louis has played the fewest games of any NHL team, and as a result their point totals are misleading. Only the Ducks have a better record than the Blues. Jaroslav Halak has recovered nicely from a lousy December where he went 3-3-1, with a .885 save percentage. He has won six of his eight starts in January and posted a .939 save percentage.

    1-27-14: The Blues bounced back from a 7-1 demolishing at the hands of the Devils last Tuesday to beat the Rangers and Islanders in consecutive games. They are 4-4-0 in their past eight games. No matter how great as team is, everybody hits a lull at some point during the season. St. Louis is still in contention for the top spot in the Central and possibly the best record in the West. Goaltender Jaroslav Halak is 5-1-0 in his past six starts.

    1-20-14: The Blues have had a smooth ride to the top end of the NHL standings for most of the season, but they have encountered some trouble lately. The Blues have dropped three of their last four games against tough opponents in Vancouver, Los Angeles and Anaheim. St. Louis is still in the mix for the Central Division crown because it hasn't played very many games. The Blues sit six points back of Chicago with four games in hand.

    1-13-14: The Blues had their seven-game winning streak snapped in Vancouver this past Friday, losing 2-1 to the Canucks. It was the first time in 11 games the Blues failed to earn at least a point. The only thing keeping the Blues from the top spot in the Central is they've played three fewer games than the Blackhawks. They also have a shot to catch the Ducks for the Western Conference lead. The Blues have scored 46 goals over their past 11 games, an average of 4.18 per game.

    1-7-14: St. Louis has won five straight games and has a single regulation loss in its last 13. The Blues have 63 points, four back of Anaheim for first in the NHL, but no team can top their current 82-game 126-point pace. The Blues are also the NHL's most dominant five-on-five team, scoring 1.60 goals for for every one against. Expect Ken Hitchcock’s club to fighting all season long from here on out for the President’s Trophy crown.

    12-30-13: The Blues squeaked out a 3-2 overtime win in Dallas this past Sunday night for their fourth win in their last five games. They are 8-2-2 in December. The Blues are one of the elite teams in the NHL and are just four points back of the league-leading Blackhawks and have three games in hand on the Blackhawks. Based on point totals, the Central Division is the NHL's best. Yet the Blues are now 12-0-1 against their division rivals this season.

    12-23-13: St. Louis has won six of their last seven games and out-scored their opposition 15-3 in in their last three contests. The Blues are a serious Stanley Cup contender, and they're running over the rest of the league in general. While the Blues have dominated most of the NHL there is one thing to keep in mind if they make it to the conference finals: The team is currently 0-5-1 against the top four clubs in the Pacific.

    12-16-13: The Blues continue to roll along as they took care of business last week with wins against the Jets, Maple Leafs and Blue Jackets. The three victories improve St. Louis to 9-3-0 in their past 12 games. The Blues are four points back of the Blackhawks for the best record in the NHL and they have four games in hand on Chicago. Alex Steen has 22 goals in 31 games, but only two in his past seven games.

    12-9-13: The Blues hit their first real tough patch of the season last week picking up only one win against the lowly Islanders. St. Louis dropped games against the Kings, Sharks and Ducks. Alex Steen struggled last week. He picked up a lone assist and was minus-5 in the three games against Anaheim, Los Angeles and San Jose. Steen has only six points in his last nine games after putting up 26 in his first 19 contests.

    12-2-13: Facing Minnesota, Colorado and San Jose, the Blues managed to win its first two games by a combined score of 7-1, which is not bad given the quality of the first two teams. Unfortunately for Blues fans, the Sharks were able to beat St. Louis by a 6-3 decision on Friday. Jay Bouwmeester is a candidate for Canada's Olympic roster. He has 19 points in 25 games this season. Bouwmeester hasn't topped 30 points since coming Western Conference in the summer of 2009.

    11-25-13: The Blues had a perfect week with wins over the Sabres, Stars, and an epic shootout win over Boston. The Blues victory over the Bruins was arguably their toughest test to date. The Blues are 8-1-1 over their last 10 games and have an incredible 10-1-2 record at the Scottrade Center. They may not have the most points in the NHL, but the Blues maybe the league’s best overall best team. Ken Hitchcock has his team playing superb hockey and the Blues are a legit Stanley Cup contender.

    11-18-13: Alex Steen leads the NHL in scoring. Wait who? Not Sidney Crosby or John Tavares or Alex Ovechkin? Alex Steen does. Steen has 17 goals and 26 points in 19 games and leads the league in both categories. Steen has 27 points in 40 games last season and has only topped 50 points once. Steen has been a major reason why the Blues have been a force this year. The Blues have only played 19 games thus far.

    11-12-13: No team has played fewer games than the St. Louis Blues. This past week they beat Calgary, Montreal, and Pittsburgh. Alexander Steen has been quite the story thus far. Through 15 games, Steen has 21 points and is only six points behind his total from last year. Steen is tied for first in the NHL with 14 goals and sits tied for fourth in overall points. Oh and I should mention that it’s a contract year for Steen.

    11-5-13: Despite, their 8-2-2 record the Blues rank only eighth in the Western Conference. However, the Blues have only played 12 games this season. Alex Pietrangelo has 12 points in 12 games and is quickly becoming one the league’s best defenseman. Alex Steen’s 12 goals lead the NHL and his 18 points are good for fourth in the NHL. The Blues have an outstanding 5-1-1 home record this season. Their record is deceiving, but the Blues will be at the top of the West standings come season’s end.

    10-29-13: The Blues had a strange week where they went 1-0-1. They dropped an overtime game at home the Vancouver Canucks and then scored six goals versus the Predators. The Blues have only played nine games. Alex Steen’s 15 points is good for fourth overall in the NHL. His ten goals are tied with Alex Ovechkin for tops in the league. Steen’s career high in points is 51 back in the 2010-11 campaign. If Steen can continue this pace, the Blues have a great shot of representing the West in the Stanley Cup.

    10-21-13: All the talk about the Blues coming into the season surrounded their goaltending and if they would be able to score enough goals. Well, Jaroslav Halak continues to impress in net. So they seem okay in that department. David Backes and Alex Steen had a total of 14 goals between them last season. Already they have 13 goals. I think they will be alright with scoring. Chris Stewart needs to start scoring or he may find himself in the press box watching or in another uniform.

    10-14-13: The Blues are outscoring opponents by a 19-7 margin early on, which is great for a team that has had trouble generating offense over the last couple of years. The Blues have been successful due to their 14.6 shooting percentage, which is well above the NHL average. Ken Hitchcock’s philosophy of dominating the shot column and playing sound defense is working in St. Louis. Last year, the Blues struggled between the pipes, but this year Jaroslav Halak seems to have regain his form.

    10-7-13: The consensus favorites to win the Stanley Cup, the Blues have scored 11 goals in their first two games. However, they did beat Florida 7-0. In any case, Jaroslav Halak has been a rock in net. David Backes looks like he’ll have a bounce back year. Alex Pietrangelo is showing why he’s worth $6.5 million per year.

    9-4-13: The St. Louis Blues lineup is ready to win. GM Doug Armstrong has already put a load of pressure on his new acquisition, Center Derek Roy. Is Derek Roy the answer to the hoisting the Stanley Cup? Well, it’s helpful that Roy is a natural center who will be centering their top lines in key moments all season long. Also, the Blues gained more depth and insurance at center with the signing of free agents, Maxim Lapierre and Keith Aucoin. Gone is David Perron to the Edmonton Oilers, but Magnus Pajaarvi is a youthful guarantee that, spread across the St. Louis lineup, are potent combinations of strength and skill on the cusp of learning what it means to be perennial contenders.

    Blue’s fans, filling the Scottrade Center, will place their faith in every game, in every player, in every moment this 2013-14 NHL season. However, will they oust the Chicago Blackhawks as number one in the division and finally knock the monkey off their back that has been the Los Angeles Kings, en route to the franchises first Stanley Cup? The notes are in place, but will the rest of the league leave St, Louis singing a different tune.

    8-3-13: The Blues have agreed to a five-year, $27 million contract extension with defenseman Jay Bouwmeester.

    Blues 2013 NHL Draft Summary:

  • Pick #47: Thomas Vannelli, D
  • Pick #57: William Carrier, LW
  • Pick #112: Zachary Pochiro, LW
  • Pick #173: Santeri Saari, D

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    St. Louis Blues 2016-17 Schedule

    Oct. 12 at Chicago 8:00
    Oct. 13 Minnesota 8:00
    Oct. 15 NY Rangers 8:00
    Oct. 18 at Vancouver 10:00
    Oct. 20 at Edmonton 9:00
    Oct. 22 at Calgary 10:00
    Oct. 25 Calgary 8:00
    Oct. 27 Detroit 8:00
    Oct. 29 Los Angeles 8:00
    Nov. 1 at NY Rangers 7:00
    Nov. 3 at Dallas 8:30
    Nov. 5 Columbus 7:00
    Nov. 6 Colorado 5:00
    Nov. 9 Chicago 8:00
    Nov. 10 at Nashville 8:00
    Nov. 12 at Columbus 7:00
    Nov. 15 Buffalo 8:00
    Nov. 17 San Jose 8:00
    Nov. 19 Nashville 8:00
    Nov. 22 at Boston 7:00
    Nov. 23 at Washington 7:00
    Nov. 26 Minnesota 8:00
    Nov. 28 Dallas 8:00
    Dec. 1 Tampa Bay 8:00
    Dec. 3 Winnipeg 7:00
    Dec. 6 Montreal 8:00
    Dec. 8 at NY Islanders 7:00
    Dec. 9 at New Jersey 7:30
    Dec. 11 at Minnesota 6:00
    Dec. 13 at Nashville 8:00
    Dec. 15 New Jersey 8:00
    Dec. 17 Chicago 8:00
    Dec. 19 Edmonton 8:00
    Dec. 20 at Dallas 8:30
    Dec. 22 at Tampa Bay 7:30
    Dec. 28 Philadelphia 8:00
    Dec. 30 Nashville 8:00
    Jan. 2 Chicago 1:00
    Jan. 5 Carolina 8:00
    Jan. 7 Dallas 8:00
    Jan. 10 Boston 8:00
    Jan. 12 at Los Angeles 10:30
    Jan. 14 at San Jose 10:30
    Jan. 15 at Anaheim 9:00
    Jan. 17 Ottawa 8:00
    Jan. 19 Washington 8:00
    Jan. 21 at Winnipeg 3:00
    Jan. 24 at Pittsburgh 7:00
    Jan. 26 at Minnesota 8:00
    Jan. 31 Winnipeg 8:00
    Feb. 2 Toronto 8:00
    Feb. 4 Pittsburgh 8:00
    Feb. 6 at Philadelphia 7:00
    Feb. 7 at Ottawa 7:30
    Feb. 9 at Toronto 7:30
    Feb. 11 at Montreal 7:00
    Feb. 15 at Detroit 8:00
    Feb. 16 Vancouver 8:00
    Feb. 18 at Buffalo 1:00
    Feb. 20 Florida 8:00
    Feb. 26 at Chicago 7:30
    Feb. 28 Edmonton 8:00
    Mar. 3 at Winnipeg 8:00
    Mar. 5 at Colorado 8:00
    Mar. 7 at Minnesota 8:00
    Mar. 10 Anaheim 8:00
    Mar. 11 NY Islanders 8:00
    Mar. 13 at Los Angeles 10:00
    Mar. 15 at Anaheim 10:00
    Mar. 16 at San Jose 10:30
    Mar. 18 at Arizona 9:00
    Mar. 21 at Colorado 9:00
    Mar. 23 Vancouver 8:00
    Mar. 25 Calgary 7:00
    Mar. 27 Arizona 8:00
    Mar. 29 at Arizona 10:30
    Mar. 31 at Colorado 9:00
    Apr. 2 Nashville 6:00
    Apr. 4 Winnipeg 8:00
    Apr. 6 at Florida 7:30
    Apr. 8 at Carolina 7:00
    Apr. 9 Colorado 6:00

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