St. Louis Blues

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  • Goals For
    219 GF
  • Goals Against
    197 GA
  • Power Play %
    21.5 PP%
  • Penalty Kill %
    85.1 PK%
  • Penalty Mins
    861 PIM
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    It sounds like Alexander Radulov has matured since his last stint in the NHL

    Alexander Radulov‘s last stint in the NHL ended with him being suspended by the Nashville Predators. Radulov and former teammate Andrei Kostitsyn broke curfew during the team’s second round series against the Coyotes and both were disciplined. The following season, Radulov bolted for the KHL. Since then, things have changed. Radulov, now 30, says he’s more mature. He’s married and has a nine-month-old son. Canadiens GM Marc Bergervin is always looking to add players with “character”. So, the fact that he took a risk on Radulov raised some eyebrows. Bergevin did his homework on Radulov and sought out different opinions on the Russian sniper. CSKA General Manager Sergei Federov was one of the people

  • ‘I feel like my old self’: Carey Price (knee) is ready to go
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    ‘I feel like my old self’: Carey Price (knee) is ready to go

    The Canadiens’ 2015-16 season started with so much promise. The team got off to a 9-0-0 start and everything seemed to be going according to plan. Unfortunately for Montreal, star goaltender Carey Price injured his knee in November and never returned. The Canadiens fell apart while Price watched from the press box. Now, some good news. Price was deemed 100 percent healthy earlier this summer and on Monday, Price admitted to NHL.com that he felt “like my old self on the ice.” Even though he’s feeling good again, Price says that the injury is still in the back of his mind. That’s normal, considering he hasn’t started a game in almost a year. The next time we see the 29-year-old may be at the upcoming

  • Poll: Will the Bruins end their two-year playoff drought?
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    Poll: Will the Bruins end their two-year playoff drought?

    This is part of Boston Bruins day at PHT… The Boston Bruins haven’t made the playoffs in the last two seasons and they’re hoping that they’ve done enough this off-season to change that. The biggest acquisition of the summer was David Backes. The 32-year-old signed with Boston on July 1st, after spending the first 10 years of his NHL career with the St. Louis Blues. In terms of offensive production, Backes’ best days are likely behind him, but that doesn’t mean he won’t contribute at all. The veteran center scored 21 goals and 45 points in 2015-16. Backes gives the Bruins a solid one, two, three punch down the middle with Patrice Bergeron and David Krejci also on the depth chart. The three centers