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Hitchcock’s Return Leaves Questions for Blues Players’ Futures

Hitch is coming back. The Blues have agreed to a one-year extension with coach Ken Hitchcock, leaving in question the direction in which this organization is headed. Following the team’s first round playoff exit versus Minnesota, many questioned the future of the Blues’ players, coaches, and GM Doug Armstrong. The Blues have failed in recent years to get out of the first round ...

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The Blues Are the Definition of “Depressing”

Another season of high hopes, another postseason of tremendous disappointment. We know this feeling. Merriam Webster defines “blues” as “a feeling of sadness or depression”, but that definition extends to the hockey team that shares the name. The “Blues” are: – Three consecutive Stanley Cup appearances to kick off the franchise’s tenure in the NHL, all ending in 4-0 series ...

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Hitchcock is Right for Blues, Despite Panic Bus Crowd

It’s panic bus season in the NHL, when ridiculous predictions are the norm. This week has seen the Blues make it back to the playoffs, while reaching the 100-point barrier for the seventh time in franchise history. Still, somehow, we’ve heard voices of dissent. From TJ Oshie’s information overload comments, to Ken Hitchcock calling the team “slow in the head”, to the Alexander ...

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