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
  • Coyotes hire skating guru Dawn Braid, believed to be first full-time female coach in NHL history
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    Coyotes hire skating guru Dawn Braid, believed to be first full-time female coach in NHL history

    GLENDALE, Ariz. (AP) The Arizona Coyotes have hired Dawn Braid as skating coach and say she is believed to be the first full-time female coach in NHL history. Braid has a long association with the NHL. She worked part-time for the Coyotes last year and has served as a skating consultant with the Toronto Maple Leafs, Anaheim Ducks, Buffalo Sabres and Calgary Flames. Braid also spent seven years with the Athletes Training Center as director of skating development. Among the skaters she worked with while there is New York Islanders center John Tavares. “Dawn has wanted to put me in to make myself a more powerful and efficient skater,” Tavares told NHL.com in 2012. “Dawn always says, ‘If you didn’t

  • ‘NHL 17’ Player Ratings: EA Sports Unveils Top 10 At Each Position
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    ‘NHL 17’ Player Ratings: EA Sports Unveils Top 10 At Each Position

    EA Sports’ award-winning hockey video game franchise returns in just a few weeks when “NHL 17” hits stores Tuesday, Sept. 13. Vladimir Tarasenko of the St. Louis Blues is the cover athlete, and he’s the second-highest-rated right winger in the game behind reigning Hart Trophy winner Patrick Kane. The top 10 rated players at each position were released by EA Sports this week. There are some weird, and quite frankly, bad, ratings assigned in this game. That’s usually the case, but the defensemen and goalie rankings, in particular, are a bit off. There’s no way Shea Weber should be the second-highest rated defenseman when he’s not even a top-15 player at the position. Ben Bishop and Corey Crawford

  • It’s all about experience for Red Wings sophomore bench boss Blashill
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    It’s all about experience for Red Wings sophomore bench boss Blashill

    This post is part of Detroit Red Wings day at PHT… Let’s be honest: It’s probably not easy to replace a coach of Mike Babcock’s repute. More than a year ago, Babcock went to the rebuilding Toronto Maple Leafs and is being paid a lot of money — an estimated $50 million over eight years — to coach in that market. Meanwhile, back in Detroit and with Babcock out of the picture, the Red Wings turned to Jeff Blashill as their new bench boss. True, Blashill had spent time as a head coach in the USHL, college ranks and with the Grand Rapids Griffins of the AHL. But he had no experience as an NHL head coach prior to the 2015-16 season and just one season as an NHL assistant when he was part of Babcock’s