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
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    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

  • Report: Avalanche bring Rene Bourque in for a PTO
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    Report: Avalanche bring Rene Bourque in for a PTO

    After announcing the hiring of Jared Bednar as their next head coach, the Colorado Avalanche have brought in forward Rene Bourque on a professional tryout, according to James Mirtle of the Globe and Mail. Bourque became an unrestricted free agent at the beginning of July, after his six-year contract worth a total value of $20 million expired. The annual cap hit on his previous deal was $3.333 million. He spent last season with the Columbus Blue Jackets, scoring three goals and eight points in 49 games. He was placed on waivers at the end of February. During the 2014-15 campaign, he spent time with the Montreal Canadiens, Anaheim Ducks and the Blue Jackets, before a back injury sidelined him for

  • ‘He doesn’t seem to get rattled’: Blues officially name Alex Pietrangelo team captain
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    ‘He doesn’t seem to get rattled’: Blues officially name Alex Pietrangelo team captain

    The news leaked a day early, but on Thursday the St. Louis Blues made it official: Alex Pietrangelo is the 21st captain in the club’s history. Selected fourth overall in 2008, Pietrangelo has played 459 games for the Blues, with 51 goals and 255 points in that span. He takes over the ‘C’ from David Backes, who signed with the Boston Bruins as a free agent this summer, following the Blues’ run to the Western Conference Final. “Watching him perform when the game is on the line, he doesn’t seem to get rattled,” said Blues GM Doug Armstrong of Pietrangelo, as per the club’s website. “As the captain, you have to answer questions, the tough questions when games are over. I really like his personality,