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Hearkening Back to Hitchcock’s Arrival

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On Nov. 6, 2011, following years of restlessness and unfulfilled promise, the Blues made a choice that would significantly alter, for the better, their future: They got Hitched. By most accounts, it was a low-key, unadorned ceremony. At nightfall, the bulk of St. Louisans’ eyes remained trained on that Sunday’s afternoon’s overtime loss by the Rams. Another unsightly offensive showing ...

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Sobotka to Russia as Blues’ Summer Stays Busy

Ken Hitchcock_

From Russia with no love? After the Blues’ talks with Vladimir Sobotka hit a snag, one of the best hockey squads abroad made the multi-talented forward an offer he couldn’t refuse. The Czech native agreed on Wednesday to a lucrative three-year contract with the Kontinental Hockey League’s Avangard Omsk. “(General manager Doug Armstrong) became aware of the KHL being a ...

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Little Drama for Blues at NHL Draft

Patrik Berglund Featured

NHL forecasters had predicted a frenzy in the 2014 NHL entry draft, promising near-unprecedented movement and activity at an event already renowned for creating seismic personnel shakeups. “The draft has really become roster transformation time for the National Hockey League,” ESPN.com’s Scott Burnside, a recent guest on “The Kevin Wheeler Show,” said. “It gives teams that are looking to improve, that are ...

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Rams on a Mission as OTAs Conclude

Sam Bradford Featured-3

School’s out – temporarily – for the St. Louis Rams. The team concluded OTAs with a dose of levity via a punt-catching competition between the offensive and defensive lines, the final leg of a three-week session that proved lighthearted and spirited at once. “We told the guys you’re not going to compete for the division here over the next couple ...

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