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
  • Coyotes GM: Bolland ‘won’t be ready to play for the foreseeable future’ due to injury

    Coyotes GM: Bolland ‘won’t be ready to play for the foreseeable future’ due to injury

    Arizona Coyotes fans anticipating Dave Bolland‘s debut for his new team will have to wait, and a long time, too, by the sounds of it. On Thursday, the Florida Panthers traded the 30-year-old Bolland and prospect Lawson Crouse to the Coyotes in exchange for draft picks. Bolland, who has an annual cap hit of $5.5 million, played in only 25 games last season, scoring once with five points. The move frees up plenty of cap space for the Panthers, while the Coyotes did well to pick up a young forward in Crouse, a former first-round pick who has yet to play in the NHL. However, at the moment, Bolland is dealing with an injury that could keep him out of any lineup for quite a while. Perhaps the entire

  • St. Louis Post-Dispatch

    Steen could be ready to start season for Blues

    When Alexander Steen underwent shoulder surgery June 3, requiring a four-to-six month rehab, it was widely assumed that he would be forced to miss the World Cup of Hockey, Sept. 17-Oct. 1. Not in the mind of the Blues forward who was selected to represent Sweden.  "He had pushed very hard to be able to participate in the World Cup," Blues general manager Doug Armstrong said. "It was a four-to-six month injury, going to be re-evaluated in four, which is October 3rd. He worked very hard, it's just not going to happen." On Aug. 19, Sweden replaced Steen on their roster, adding Anaheim's Rickard Rakell.  So Steen won't be in Toronto for the World Cup, but his progress is good news for the Blues,

  • Alex Pietrangelo named captain by St. Louis Blues

    Alex Pietrangelo named captain by St. Louis Blues

    The St. Louis Blues named defenseman Alex Pietrangelo team captain on Thursday. Pietrangelo, who will be entering his seventh season with St. Louis, is the 21st captain in franchise history. The 26-year-old Pietrangelo replaces veteran forward David Backes, who served as the Blues' captain since 2011 before signing a five-year, $30 million contract with Boston on July 1. "Watching him perform when the game is on the line, he doesn't seem to get rattled," Blues general manager Doug Armstrong said in a statement released by the team. Pietrangelo has collected 51 goals and 204 assists in 459 career games since being selected by St. Louis with the fourth overall pick of the 2008 NHL draft. Pietrangelo