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San Jose Sharks

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    April 30, 2012

    The Blues Dig Themselves Into a Hole -- Again

    For the second series in a row, the Blues have put themselves behind the eight ball by coming out and playing one of their worst games in the opener. Worse yet, they've done it both times while playing at home in the Scottrade Center, where they were the NHL's best home team this season. Of cou ... More >>

  • Blogs

    April 27, 2012

    It's St. Louis Blues Day, And Actual Useful Hockey Information

    Mayor Francis Slay officially proclaimed today to be St. Louis Blues Day, because the Blues won the Central Division, their first round of playoffs, and set a new franchise record for home wins. It's a nice honor, sure, but it seems kinda premature. Let's say the team wins this next round -- do we g ... More >>

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    April 22, 2012

    The Blues Go On, The Sharks Go Home

    Ah, the sweet smell of victory. The air this lovely Sunday morning seems a little fresher, a little cleaner, a little...well, sweeter. Birds are chirping, squirrels are, um, making whatever noise it is squirrels make, hungover hockey fans are groaning and moaning as they smack the snooze button for ... More >>

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    April 20, 2012

    Blues Push San Jose to The Brink

    You know, I really love that phrase. The Brink, I mean. On the brink or to the brink, I really like it. Although On the Brink sounds suspiciously like a movie from the 80s to me, maybe with Moira Kelly in it or something. Still, it's a cool word, and I don't think it's used nearly often enough.  ... More >>

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    April 19, 2012

    The Blues and Sharks Gear up For a Pivotal Game 4

    You know, most of the time when you're talking about a seven game series, the odd-numbered games are the really big ones. Game one sets the tone for the series. Game three could put a team up 3-0 or break a 1-1 tie. Game five often breaks a 2-2 tie and puts one team on the verge of victory. Game sev ... More >>

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    April 17, 2012

    Blues Take 2-1 Lead With Brilliance in San Jose

    In the first game, the Blues dominated most of the way, minus occasional lapses, but were unable to solve Antti Niemi. They lost in double overtime 3-2. In the second game, the Sharks dominated the first period but put one in their own net. Jaroslav Halak stood on his head early, then was force ... More >>

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    April 16, 2012

    Blues and Sharks Knotted at One Game Apiece; Head to San Jose

    The Blues will be in San Jose tonight, continuing their first round playoff series against the Sharks, with the series tied up at one game apiece. The first game took over 80 minutes to be decided, finally ending in the second overtime period when the Sharks snuck a goal past Jaroslav Halak to steal ... More >>

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    April 12, 2012

    Thank Plager! Blues Goalie Brian Elliot Declared Healthy, Jake Allen Heads Back to Peoria

    The St. Louis Blues have returned goalie Jake Allen to the Peoria Rivermen mere hours before the puck drops in tonight's round one playoff game against the detestable San Jose Sharks, announcing that Brian Elliot is 100 percent healthy and ready to play.It's time to dial down the panic and dial up t ... More >>

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    April 12, 2012

    Three Keys to Victory: San Jose Sharks at Blues

    The Blues play tonight at the Scottrade Center, opening up their first-round playoff series against the San Jose Sharks. Of the potential draws the Blues could have pulled, the Sharks would seem to be the most favorable for the Note; the Blues absolutely dominated San Jose this year, winning all fou ... More >>

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    April 11, 2012

    Brian Elliott Injured; Panic Ensues Just in Time for the Playoffs

    The Blues have been hit hard by the injury bug this year. Not that that's exactly anything new, of course; we've seen too many times the last few season this team derailed by players hitting the training table. But this year, it's been rough. The usual assortment of bumps and bruises, both uppe ... More >>

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    February 15, 2012

    Is Joel Quenneville's Job on The Line in Chicago?

    ​Just two years ago, the Chicago Blackhawks were on top of the hockey world. A Stanley Cup winner, the 'Hawks looked to be a team primed for constant contention over the next five years, or the next seven, or even more, with a young nucleus of Jonathan Toews, Patrick Kane, and Marian Hossa that wa ... More >>

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    February 13, 2012

    The Return of The Mac: Andy McDonald Returns with A Bang

    ​Two more home games, two more wins for the Blues over the weekend. Ho-hum. Ah, but wait! Something potentially much, much more interesting than a simple pair of victories took place this weekend at the Scottrade Center. (Not to say two wins isn't interesting; I'll take back-to-back wins ever ... More >>

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    December 2, 2011

    David Perron to Return as Soon as Saturday?

    ​The Blues under new coach Ken Hitchcock have been nigh unstoppable, winning four games in a row, going 8-1-2 in his first 11 games at the helm, and picking up 18 of a possible 22 points over that time span. Suffice to say, things are looking pretty rosy around the Blues' clubhouse right now.  ... More >>

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    March 13, 2009

    The Blues' Finest Hour

    I'll be the first to admit it: I didn't give the Blues any chance of winning against the Sharks Thursday night. San Jose is probably the best team in hockey, in my ever so humble opinion, and I just didn't think that our boys in blue had any real shot. Well, turns out I was wrong. The Blues wer ... More >>

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