Goals by Schwartz, Lehtera send StL on its way. @Mound City Sports ST. LOUIS • A look at the St. Louis Blues’ 4-1 win vs. the Washington Capitals on Saturday before a crowd of 19,339 at Scottrade Center. – Three stars No. 1: Left winger Jaden Schwartz assisted on the Blues’ first goal and scored the second, extending his point streak to six games. He has …Read more »
Predators end Blues unbeaten-in-regulation streak. @Mound City Sports ST. LOUIS • A look at the St. Louis Blues’ 2-1 loss vs. the Nashville Predators on Saturday before 18,869 at Scottrade Center. – Three stars No. 1: Nashville center Filip Forsberg scored a goal and assisted on James Neal‘s winner with 6:28 to play. In 14 games, Forsberg leads with Predators with 15 points, on six …Read more »
Tarasenko scores twice in regulation time. @Mound City Sports ST. LOUIS • A look at the St. Louis Blues’ 3-2 victory in postgame skills vs. the Colorado Avalanche on Saturday before 17,948 at Scottrade Center. – Three stars No. 1: Left winger Vladimir Tarasenko scored twice, his fifth and sixth goals of the season. On goal No. 1, he rattled a rocket off the …Read more »
Diary 3: Wait is over; ready to begin. Diary 1: NHL draft exciting, nerve-wracking. Diary 2: Easy first day at NHL draft gives way to nerves. After Connor Chatham heard his name called at the NHL draft Saturday at Wells Fargo Center in Philadelphia, he shared hugs all around with his lifelong supporters – Mom and Dad, Karen and Grey, …Read more »
Diary: Easy first day at NHL draft gives way to nerves. Diary 1: NHL draft exciting, nerve-wracking. Diary 3: Wait is over; ready to begin. The first round of the NHL draft passed Friday night, as expected, with prospective selection Connor Chatham of Belleville, Ill., remaining on the big board. But tomorrow is a new day, and the Plymouth …Read more »
StL in NHL
StL players: Pat Maroon (Anaheim); Joe Vitale (Arizona); Mike McKenna (Arizona, Portland AHL); Brandon Bollig (Calgary); Cal Heeter (Evansville ECHL); Cam Janssen (New Jersey; Albany AHL); Scott Mayfield, (NYIslanders, Bridgeport AHL); Chris Wideman (Ottawa, Binghamton AHL); Ben Bishop (Tampa Bay).
Ex-Blues: B.J. Crombeen (Arizona); Carl Soderberg (Boston); Chris Stewart, Tyson Strachan (Buffalo); Kris Russell, Dennis Wideman (CalGARY); Jay McClement (Carolina); Reto Berra, Erik Johnson (Colorado); Nikita Nikitin, David Perron (Edmonton); Brad Boyes (Florida); Lars Eller, Mike Weaver (Montreal); Derek Roy (Nashville); Bryce Salvador (New Jersey); Jaroslav Halak (NYIslanders); Lee Stempniak (NYRangers); Eric Brewer, Brenden Morrow (Tampa Bay); Brad Winchester (Tampa Bay, Norfolk AHL); Roman Polak (Toronto); Ryan Miller (Vancouver); Anthony Peluso (Winnipeg).
Blues family: Ryan MacInnis (Arizona, Kitchener); John Ramage (CalGARY, Adirondack AHL); Brody Sutter (Carolina); Greg Chase (Edmonton; CalGARY WHL; Justin Courtnall (Binghamton AHL); Brett Sutter (Minnesota, Iowa AHL); Tim Bozon (Montreal, Kootenay); Brandon Sutter (Pittsburgh); Adam Lowry (Winnipeg).
Obvious reasons: Martin St. Louis (NYRangers)
1996 draft: Chris Phillips (Ottawa)
Teams with no StL ties: Columbus, Dallas, Detroit, LA, Minnesota, San Jose, Washington.
- Rapid Recap: Blues pound Washington
- Rapid recap: Blues fall to Nasvhille
- Rapid recap: Blues win in shootout
- “New Jersey selects … Connor Chatham”
- Connor Chatham awaits his name being called
- Big day arrives for Connor Chatham
- Recap: Toews, Crawford lead Blackhawks to series win
- Toews, Kane make difference for Blackhawks
- Toews nets overtime winner for Blackhawks
- Recap: Toews scores winner on breakaway in OT
Patrick Berglund-David Backes-T.J. Oshie
Jaden Schwartz-Jori Lehtera-Vladimir Tarasenko
Alexander Steen-Paul Stastny-Joakim Lindstrom
Steve Ott-Maxim Lapierre-Ryan Reaves
Chris Porter (healthy scratch, 2nd game)
Magnus Paajarvi (healthy scratch, 2nd game)
Jay Bouwmeester-Alex Pietrangelo
Carl Gunnarsson-Kevin Shattenkirk
Barret Jackman-Ian Cole
Chris Butler (healthy scratch, 1st game)
Nov. 15, 2014
“What they’ve told me (is) he’s proven that he’s in the wrong league in the American Hockey League.”
– Blues GM Doug Armstrong, on defenseman Chris Butler. The Blues summoned Butler from Chicago of the AHL after sending D-man Jordan Leopold to Columbus.