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Blues Must Learn from First Half to Compete in Postseason

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The Blues are now into the second stretch of their season, and let’s hope they’ve learned some lessons from the early sprint. Like any good book or movie, it’s the ending everyone will talk about. The Blues have written themselves a nice novel thus far, with plenty of twists, rumors, and the obligatory goaltending “controversy.” However, as the team hits the ice following their All-Star break, the club still ...

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Blues On A Tear To Begin New Year

Vladimir Tarasenko Featured

The second half of December wasn’t kind to the Blues. They were battered – Jaden Schwartz and Brian Elliot out with injuries – and they were getting beaten. From December 18-27 they lost 4 straight games and were outscored 18-9 in that stretch. They were taking too many penalties, faltering in their own zone and failing to maintain offensive zone ...

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Seven-Game Homestand Speaks Volumes for Blues’ Future

ken hitchcock featured

As the Blues embark on a seven-game homestand, the results of what we see in January will determine what this team looks like going forward. The Note have been imperfect through the 2014 portion of the schedule, we’ve talked about that ad nauseam. However, what this team does to begin 2015 determines much for the club down the stretch. Hitchcock’s crew has struggled in many ...

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Blues Have What it Takes to Compete with Kings/Hawks

Ken Hitchcock_

The collective sigh of relief among Blues nation lasted a mere 48 hours. Remember Tuesday’s game at Scottrade Center, where the Blues came back from a 2-0 deficit? That was fun while it lasted. The Note lost a painful game to the Kings at the Staples Center following an impressive three goal first period that had Blues fans all but lining up to buy Stanley Cup tickets. ...

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