Category Archives: St. Louis Blues

Blues’ Expectations At The Trade Deadline

Pierre LeBrun | writes … Blues’ Expectations At The Trade Deadline

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Are the Blues looking at Vermette or Lupul?

Nichols on Hockey … Dreger: Could Blues trade for Vermette or Lupul?

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Could the Blues or Flyers swing a trade with the Senators?

LeBrun: Blues, Flyers well-matched for Senators on trade front

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Brodeur’s time in St. Louis likely to come to an end writes … Goaltender Brian Elliott is on the verge of returning to the Blues’ lineup — perhaps as soon as tonight’s game in Nashville — which means the end could be near in St. Louis for Martin Brodeur.

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Could Oshie be traded to the Bruins?

Joe Haggerty of writes … Some smoke and fire with Oshie to the Bruins?

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Blues and Brodeur to take it week to week

Pierre LeBrun | writes … Both Brodeur and the Blues are playing this week to week. No need to look past that.

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Are the Blues and Oilers talking about an Eberle deal?

Jim Matheson, Edmonton Journal writes …. Any Oilers, Blues trade talks would undoubtedly include Jordan Eberle.

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Blues after a top end center

Jeremy Rutherford of the St. Louis Post Dispatch writes … Blues consider options to add top-end center

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Is a major shakeup in the Blues front office about to happen?

Blues to move on from Miller

Blues re-sign Elliott, move on from Miller.

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Blues want to re-sign Miller

Ryan Miller was just the perfect fit for the St. Louis Blues at the trade deadline — few people would argue that. The question is will he be the perfect fit past this season?

The Blues certainly hope so. They’ve already made it clear to Miller and his agent, Mike Liut, that they intend to aggressively try to re-sign the goalie after the season, hoping the former Vezina Trophy winner will stay on board.

Could the Blues move Chris Stewart?

Nothing much went down on the trade deadline before the roster freeze.

Part of it was economics, since the players are due a paycheck during the Olympic break. Part of it was concern about injuries that could occur during the competition in Sochi.

Halak’s recent poor play sparks the Miller to St. Louis rumors again

That was tough luck for Halak, but we’ve seen that before. Games turn quickly when pucks find their way into the net.

“All of a sudden it evaporates,” Blues coach Ken Hitchcock acknowledged during his postgame news conference. “Jaro had a tough night.”

Halak could have made amends in the shootout, but he didn’t. A big point got away from the Blues in startling fashion.