Game 4 Recap – Winnipeg Jets v. St. Louis Blues

https://twitter.com/StLouisBlues/status/1118260805563244546 The start of the Winnipeg Jets - St. Louis Blues game was a lot slower and less eventful than that of the first several games, with neither team taking charge or creating a large amount of (quality) chances. The Jets had some opportunities on their first power play, but Jordan Binnington stood tall and … Continue reading Game 4 Recap – Winnipeg Jets v. St. Louis Blues

Game 3 Recap – Winnipeg Jets v. St. Louis Blues

Once again, the Winnipeg Jets came out playing much better than the St. Louis Blues, taking an 11-4 lead in shots. However, a timely shot by David Perron (who should be immortalized in STL lore because of his unwavering desire to keep coming back to the city), gave the Blues a 1-0 lead, with Jordan … Continue reading Game 3 Recap – Winnipeg Jets v. St. Louis Blues

Game Recap – 1st Rd. Game 2 – St. Louis Blues v. Winnipeg Jets

The Blues experienced a much different start of the game in Game 2, with Oskar Sundqvist scoring early on to take a 1-0 lead. The Blues spent the majority of the first 10 minutes on the power play because of a few rather egregious cross-checks by the Jets, but  were not able to capitalize. When … Continue reading Game Recap – 1st Rd. Game 2 – St. Louis Blues v. Winnipeg Jets

Gameday Recap- St. Blues – Winnipeg Jets (First Round – Game 1)

The Blues managed to pull out a 2-1 thriller after being down 1-0 going into the third period. The Jets took an early lead in the first period off a laser shot by Patrick Laine, who continues to torch the Blues. Even being down only 1-0, it was clear that the Jets had the upper … Continue reading Gameday Recap- St. Blues – Winnipeg Jets (First Round – Game 1)

2019 NHL Playoffs – 1st Round Preview – St. Louis Blues v. Winnipeg Jets

"When I look at [the Stanley Cup], I also see lots of magic moments. I see the dreams of thousands of young people who, at least once, have pictured themselves at hockey's ultimate moment of triumph, hoisting the Stanley Cup." -- Ken Dryden, 6-time Stanley Cup Winner, lawyer.   We sit here today, a far … Continue reading 2019 NHL Playoffs – 1st Round Preview – St. Louis Blues v. Winnipeg Jets

The St. Louis Blues and the Mess of Doug Armstrong

Well everyone, it’s time to talk about the St. Louis Lose. Wait, that’s not right, let’s try again. It’s time to talk about the St. Louis Hughes. *Sigh* no, no, hold on, I’ll get it.   It’s been a rough season to be a fan of the St. Louis *ahem* Blues, and at this point … Continue reading The St. Louis Blues and the Mess of Doug Armstrong

The Blues need to hire Joel Quenneville

Let me restate that for the Twitter generation: the #stlblues need to bring #QTOTHELOU.   Let me start be saying that I recognize having a knee-jerk reaction to the Blues’ lackluster start and calling for a new coach without digging deeper is not the way to run a successful organization, so let’s evaluate how current … Continue reading The Blues need to hire Joel Quenneville