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  • Blues528

    As Blues Pack up for Off-Season, Free Agent Captain David Backes Hopeful of Return

    The Blues packed up for the off season on Saturday at Scottrade Center. Among the many questions the off season holds is the status of free agent captain David Backes. The 32 year old stated to the media that he would love to finish his career with the only NHL team he has played for, the Blues. Also members of the Blues are hopeful that head coach Ken Hitchcock, who’s contract also is up, will return next season.  

  • Backes527

    Blues Free Agents for 2016 Off-Season

    The 2016 off season has arrived for the Blues after their Western Conference Final loss to the San Jose Sharks. Five Blues forwards are now unrestricted free agents, the captain David Backes leads the way. Also free agents are Troy Brouwer, Kyle Brodziak, Steve Ott and Scottie Upshall. Backes and Brouwer talked after the Blues game six season ending loss this past Wednesday and indicated they would love to return to the Blues.  

  • Blues527

    Blues Appreciative of Their Fans

    Blues head coach Ken Hitchcock, talking after the team’s 5-2 loss in Game 6 of the NHL Western Conference Final, thanked the St. Louis fans for making this season a wonderful memory. Hitchcock said his players embraced the fans as much as the fans embraced the Blues team. They advanced farther in the playoffs since the 2001 season. They lost their third round series four games to two to the San Jose Sharks this past weekend, finishing two wins shy […]

  • Backes525

    Blues Captain David Backes Emotional after Season Ending Loss

    Blues captain David Backes was quite emotional after the Blues 5-2 loss on Wednesday night in San Jose to the Sharks. The defeat ended the NHL’s Western Conference Final with the Sharks winning the series four games to two. Backes was emotional about his teammates and the great Blues fans in St. Louis. Here is the entire Backes post game interview.  

  • BluesLose525

    Sharks Send Blues Home for Summer with 5-2 Win in Game 6 of Western Conference Final

    SAN JOSE, CA (KTVI) – The St. Louis Blues’ season ended Wednesday night in defeat as the San Jose Sharks jumped out to an early advantage and didn’t yield despite a late St. Louis surge in a 5-2 win to claim the Western Conference Championship. Brian Elliott was back in goal after Jake Allen got the starts in Games 4 and 5 and had to withstand an early rush from the Sharks that included the fourth goal of the series […]

  • Grichuk523

    Grichuk’s Walkoff Homer Helps Cards Beat Cubs

    Randal Grichuk hit a walk off home run in the bottom of the 9th inning to give the Cardinals a 4-3 win over their arch-rivals, the first place Chicago Cubs. Matt Adams had tied the game with a two run pinch homer in the 7th inning to make it a 3-3 game. Early on it was a pitching duel between Adam Wainwright and former Cardinal, now Cubs pitcher John Lackey. Trevor Rosenthal, who pitched a scoreless top of 9th inning, […]


    Sharks use deflections to edge Blues; take 3-2 lead back to San Jose

    ST. LOUIS, MO (KTVI) – If the St. Louis Blues are going to make the Stanley Cup Finals for the first time since 1970, the team will have to clinch that berth at home on Friday. The San Jose Sharks used some puck luck to net a 6-3 win Monday at Scottrade Center. The Sharks jumped out to an early lead on a deflection by Marc-Edouard Vlasic ,which got past goalie Jake Allen, who made his second consecutive start in […]

  • Allen326

    Jake Allen to Start in Goal for Blues in Game 5 vs Sharks

    Sunday was an off day in the NHL Western Conference Final. Both the Blues and Sharks have two wins in the best of seven game series. Monday is the all important Game 5 of the series and the Blues will stick with the Game 4 goalie, Jake Allen. The young goalie stopped 31 shots in leading the Blues to a 6-3 win and a series tying victory. Blues Head Coach Ken Hitchcock confirmed his starting goal for tomorrow night and […]

  • St. Louis Cardinals pitcher Jaime Garcia delivers a pitch to the Arizona Diamondbacks in the first inning at Busch Stadium in St. Louis on May 22, 2016. Photo by Bill Greenblatt/UPI

    Garcia Struggles in Cardinals 7-2 Loss to Diamondbacks

    Cardinals starting pitcher Jaime Garcia had the shortest start in his pitching history at Busch Stadium and the Cardinals fell to the Arizona Diamondbacks 7-2 on Sunday. Meanwhile, D’Backs starting pircher Zack Greinke threw eight strong innings, allowing just one run to get the win. Paul Goldschmidt drove in a pair of runs to lead the Diamondbacks offense. For Arizona, it’s their first series win in St. Louis since April 18-20, 2003. Brandon Moss homered for Cardinals, who fell to […]

  • 12YrBroadcaster

    12 Year Old Broadcasts Blues Playoff Game

    12 Year Old Wyatt Nelson of Saskatoon, Saskatchewan got thrill of a lifetime this past Tuesday at Scottrade Center. Nelson was asked to broadcast part of the Blues vs Sharks Game 2 of their playoff series on KMOX radio. Why was Nelson bestowed this honor? The 12 year old broadcasts his local Saskatoon hockey team games to his father, Gerry Nelson, who is blind. Wyatt began “broadcasting” games for his Dad when one of the contests was not being broadcast […]

  • BluesAllen521

    Blues beat Sharks 6-3 to even series at 2 wins apiece

    Troy Brouwer and Kyle Brodziak scored two goals each, while Jake Allen stopped 31 shots in his first start of the postseason and the St. Louis Blues bounced back from consecutive shutout losses to beat the San Jose Sharks 6-3 on Saturday in San Jose, to even the Western Conference final at two wins apiece. Coach Ken Hitchcock hoped the change in goalie would spark his dormant offense and the move paid off as the Blues controlled the play from […]

  • St. Louis Cardinals Yadier Molina smiles as he runs the bases aftet hitting a two run home run in the seventh inning again st the Arizona Diamondbacks at Busch Stadium in St. Louis on May 21, 2016. Photo by Bill Greenblatt/UPI

    Cardinals blast 3 homers, Leake shuts down Diamondbacks 6-2 

    Jedd Gyorko, Matt Adams and Yadier Molina homered and Mike Leake pitched seven scoreless innings and the St. Louis Cardinals beat the Arizona Diamondbacks 6-2 on Saturday afternoon at Busch Stadium. Leake (3-3) threw seven shutout innings to get the win. It’s Leake’s third straight victory and first at Busch Stadium. home since signing with the Cardinals as a free agent this offseason. During that span, Leake has a 0.85 ERA. The Cardinals offense was power by the three previously […]