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Jaden Schwartz Signs Two-Year Deal With St. Louis Blues

The standoff between Jaden Schwartz and the St. Louis Blues ended Saturday when he signed a new two-year deal worth a reported $4.7 million.

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TJ Oshie Should Just Stick To Hockey

TJ Oshie rocked the world in the Olympics and maybe he should stick to his forte, of which golf is clearly not.

Leafs, Blues Swap Roman Polak, Carl Gunnarsson

Leafs, Blues Swap Roman Polak, Carl Gunnarsson

The Toronto Maple Leafs have made a flip on defense, adding rugged St. Louis rearguard Roman Polak in a draft-day trade that sent Swedish blueliner Carl Gunnarsson to the Blues.


Ryan Millers’ Rights Probably Won’t Be Traded

The St. Louis Blues traded for Ryan Miller in hopes of shoring up their goalie situation for a deep playoff run. However, it didn’t work out as the Blues were defeated in the first round by the Chicago Blackhawks.


Chris Stewart Knows He Might Be Traded

Chris Stewart was a part of the deal that sent Ryan Miller from the Buffalo Sabres to the St. Louis Blues. Now he might be a part of another trade to help Buffalo become a contender again. For more


Former Blues’ Assistant Coach Speaks About Team

Gary Agnew knew something was wrong when he didn’t hear anything about his future with the St. Louis Blues. The Blues, considered a Stanley Cup favorite, were eliminated by the Chicago Blackhawks in the first round. Sure there were


NHL Diary: Ducks Rally Late To Eliminate Stars

Welcome to the “Morning Skate: Stanley Cup Playoffs Edition,” a daily collection of the latest


NHL: Hitchcock–“Blocked Shots Are The Most Useless Stat”

St. Blues coach Ken Hitchcock may have a point with his recent comments about blocked shots. “If you’re blocking shots it means the puck is in your zone alot,”Hitchcock said. For more information on this story visit: Jason Brough,


NHL: Backes Returns After Scary Hit

St. Louis Blues’ F David Backes returned to the lineup last night after he suffered a scary hit in game two against the Chicago Blackhawks. Backes was checked in the head by D Brent Seabrook and suffered an upper


NHL: Toews Wows In OT As Hawks Take Lead on Blues

The Chicago Blackhawks were looking more and more like they were going to suffer from Stanley Cup hangover. However, captain Jonathan Toews isn’t one to admit defeat and led his team to a 3-2 series lead against the St.