Brad Malone

Height: 6' 2"
Weight: 207
Birth Place: Miramichi, New Brunswick
Draft: 2007 4th round (105th pick) by the
Shoots: L
  • Blues play Blackhawks just four times
    St. Louis Post-Dispatch

    Blues play Blackhawks just four times

    The Blues lost more than just David Perron to the NHL’s expansion to Las Vegas. It also cost them a game with their biggest rival. The NHL released the schedule for the 2017-18 season on Thursday and the Blues face the Chicago Blackhawks just four times. That’s the fewest meetings between the teams since 1994-95 and a number matched just three other times in the 50 seasons of the franchise. The reason: the Blues have three games with the Vegas Golden Knights, and the 82-game schedule had to accommodate that somehow. So while the Blues used to play five games against five of their six Central Division opponents, now they play five against just two. (This year, they face Dallas and Colorado five

  • Blues lose Perron in expansion draft
    St. Louis Post-Dispatch

    Blues lose Perron in expansion draft

    Last week offered some of the nicest weather the Quebec area has seen recently, leading Blues forward David Perron to take a boat ride on Lake Memphremagog. “I was just cruising along and then (Blues general manager Doug Armstrong) called me,” Perron said. “I stopped the boat right away. I knew I would have to be on the phone for the next 20 minutes. I’m glad I was alone. It was pretty quiet and I was just kind of sitting in the middle of the lake — in no man’s land. And that’s a little bit how I felt after I got the call, to be honest with you.” The player whom the Blues drafted No. 26 overall in 2007 and who was in his second stint with the club after coming back last summer on a two-year,

  • 2017 NHL draft order
    Sports Illustrated

    2017 NHL draft order

    The 55th NHL draft will take place at United Center in Chicago with the first round starting June 23. Nolan Patrick, Klim Kostin, Nico Hischier, Cale Makar, Elias Pettersson and Casey Mittelstadt, among others are expected to go off the board fairly