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The Blues Are Getting a Look at Their Speedier Future at Prospect Camp

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The Blues’ first steps toward a younger, faster core are taking place this week with the club’s annual Prospect Camp at St. Louis Outlet Mall. The camp features players that could be sporting the Note full-time next season. Blues’ fans are craving new blood following the team’s early playoff exit in April, and whether it comes from inside or outside the ...

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Losing Oshie Isn’t Enough. The Blues Need More Core Changes to Compete.

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After the Blues fell in the first round of the playoffs to a less talented Minnesota Wild team, General Manager Doug Armstrong made it clear he wanted to make changes to his roster, but didn’t want to simply trade a good Blues player for a draft pick. If they were going to make a deal, they weren’t planning to experience a regression ...

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Teammates Recall Chris Pronger as One of the NHL’s Toughest

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Anyone who was a Blues fan between 1995 and 2004 remembers Chris Pronger’s play wearing the Note and how instrumental he was to the club in that span. With the former Blues defenseman’s election to the Hall of Fame, Pronger’s former teammates are recalling how complete and tough a player he was. 101ESPN’s NHL insider Terry Yake was Pronger’s teammate for two seasons and recalls ...

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Oshie Could Have One Skate Out the Door with the Blues

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The Blues’ offseason business could pick up at any time. With the 2015 NHL Draft taking place Friday in Florida, general managers across the league are putting their dealing shoes on and Doug Armstrong may find himself at the forefront of the activity. Or, Armstrong could do nothing. The Blues GM talked about possible changes in May after re-signing coach Ken Hitchcock, ...

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