St. Louis Blues

2nd Central | 0-0
  • Goals For
    219 GF
  • Goals Against
    197 GA
  • Power Play %
    21.5 PP%
  • Penalty Kill %
    85.1 PK%
  • Penalty Mins
    861 PIM
  • Yahoo’s fantasy hockey position tweaks signal end of a very specific era
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    Yahoo’s fantasy hockey position tweaks signal end of a very specific era

    Few things deepen your hockey geekery quite like playing fantasy hockey. For sports haters and the sports-oblivious, it’s probably bad enough to see grown adults wearing hockey sweaters out in public. What about when someone is obsessing (and sometimes muttering profanities) about a team that only exists to about 8-15 people? Still, this is the Internet, where niche obsessions can go really deep. Just fall down a rabbit hole about Star Wars extended universe if you want to get a taste. Us fantasy hockey nerdy dorks got some understandable but still sad news today: it appears to be an end of an era for Dustin Byfuglien and Brent Burns being considered eligible as both right wings and defensemen.

  • Oilers sign defenseman Matthew Benning, nephew of Canucks GM Jim
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    Oilers sign defenseman Matthew Benning, nephew of Canucks GM Jim

    Even with Adam Larsson added to the mix, the Edmonton Oilers’ organization is short on right-handed defensemen. It remains to be seen how long it will take for Matthew Benning to make the NHL jump, but the Oilers took a step in the right (right-handed defenseman) direction by signing him to a two-year deal on Saturday. In case you have some jokes at the ready … yes, Benning is related to Vancouver Canucks GM Jim Benning. The occasionally lampooned executive is his uncle. His father Brian also enjoyed an NHL career. *Nervous laugh* The Edmonton Journal’s Bruce McCurdy views the move as the equivalent to landing a “free draft pick.” It might be a nice perk for Oilers GM Peter Chiarelli to land

  • Poll: Will the Flames be a playoff team in 2016-17?
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    Poll: Will the Flames be a playoff team in 2016-17?

    This is part of Calgary Flames day at PHT… When the Calgary Flames reached the second round of the 2015 playoffs there were a lot of concerns about whether or not they could repeat that level of play the following season. Even after adding Dougie Hamilton to their blue line in a trade with the Boston Bruins they were still a popular pick to see a big regression in 2015-16. They not only regressed and missed the playoffs for the sixth time in seven years, they finished as one of the worst teams in the NHL standings and fired Bob Hartley, the NHL’s coach of the year from the previous season. Along with hiring a new coach this summer — former Dallas Stars coach Glen Gulutzan — they also added Troy