After dropping a six-game homestand winning streak on Saturday night, the Blues hosted the red-hot Canadiens before heading on a road trip.
After a thrilling shootout victory Saturday night, the St. Louis Blues hosted the Dallas Stars in their second match-up of a five-game homestand.
The St. Louis Blues started their five-game homestand with a Central Division battle against the Minnesota Wild. They looked for another victory after winning four of their last five.
After winning their last two home games, the St. Louis Blues hosted the Nashville Predators before heading on a two-game road trip.
After a chippy game against the Sabres on Tuesday, the St. Louis Blues tried to mend some postseason wounds against the team that eliminated them—the San Jose Sharks.
After three consecutive losses, the St. Louis Blues reminded their fans what it feels like to win a game— not a minute too soon, either.
After a month of low-scoring games, the Columbus Blues Jackets unloaded eight goals on the struggling Blues last night. You sent us questions. We answered (almost all of) them.
After two home wins against Columbus and Colorado, the St. Louis Blues hosted the Chicago Blackhawks before heading on a two-game road trip.
The St. Louis Blues are three games into the 2016-2017 season and things seem to be going their way. Here are some ridiculous stats that won't be accurate much longer.
After defeating two Central Division rivals, the St. Louis Blues defended their perfect record with Carter Hutton in net.
After a pleasant Blackhawk beatdown last night, the Blues hosted the Minnesota Wild in the home-opener of their 50th season.
This story explains how a man in Switzerland found out about the St. Louis Blues—before the internet had been invented. A MUST READ for Blues fans!
After playing 13 seasons for the St. Louis Blues, Barret Jackman has officially retired from the National Hockey League.
It's a boring Tuesday morning/afternoon and you really miss Blues hockey. In a desperate attempt to brighten your day, here are my favorite goals from last season.
Think Brent Burns and the San Jose Sharks are a completely different team from the Dallas Stars and the Chicago Blackhawks? Well... check this out.
After a seven period scoring drought, the St. Louis Blues reminded us that they are in the Conference Finals for a reason.
Ah, the Blues have escaped the first two rounds after 14 games. There is only one thing standing between us and the final round... The San Jose Sharks. Here are our predictions along with a few guests'.
The St. Louis Blues can say something for the first time since 2001. They are going to the Western Conference Finals. After a dominating 6-1 victory on the road against the Dallas Stars, the Blues will advance to take on the winner of the Nashville/San Jose series.
Well, here we are—again. After an 82 game regular season and thirteen playoff games we are at another elimination game. This game determines the happiness or sadness of die-hard fans throughout the midwest.
After the Blues dominated a pivotal Game 5 to reclaim the series lead, they find themselves in a position to eliminate the Dallas Stars in front of a sea of blue. Will they do it?
The St. Louis Blues force an elimination game at home with a 4-1 win in Dallas. They reclaimed the series lead at 3-2. Ken Hitchcock mixed up the lines, and the boys didn’t look good at first.
After a 6-1 beatdown in Tuesday's Game 3, the Blues are back in action tonight at 7:00 p.m. Let's see if the scoring outbreak was a one-time fluke or a bold statement.
For the first time this playoffs, the Blues offense erupted for six goals in a single game leading to a 6-1 victory over the Dallas Stars in game three. The win gives the Blues a 2-1 series lead
After a tough loss due to lackluster play, the St. Louis Blues have brought back the hope they ensured with the Game 7 win against Chicago. Here's what I learned from Game 2.
I'd like to see Ryan Reaves get a shot at the Dallas Stars in today's 2:00 p.m. start. After dropping Game 1, the Blues need to grab a win before returning home for Game 3.