The moment has finally arrived. Klim Kostin, the wrecking ball also known as a young Russian hockey player, is with the St. Louis Blues and could skate tomorrow. Nothing has been confirmed by Jeremy Rutherford of The Athletic or Lou Korac of NHL.com but suffice to say, if Kostin is with the team, there’s a … More Why Klim Kostin is the tough guy (with skill) that the Blues need for the playoff run
Sports fans can be a fickle bunch. Uber-passionate and diabolically vindictive. Hitting a walk-off home run last night means they smile, but if you strike out in the eighth tomorrow, they will riot. Don’t get mad at me. After all, I am only an ordinary guy reading a clock. The St. Louis Blues look like … More Buffa’s 5 Things: Is Taylor Hall’s talent worth his clubhouse trouble?
The move proves that Doug Armstrong is a first class businessman and better thief than Danny Ocean. … More The arrival of Mike Hoffman makes the Blues a genuine threat again
Tom Stillman and the Blues launched an initiative that should produce 25,000 hockey players by 2020. … More Blues enrich STL region with new Youth Hockey program
The 2015-16 season presents another opportunity for the Blues to live up to the promise. Will they? Flip a coin first. … More The 2015-16 Blues: Strengths and Weaknesses
Bryce Salvador did things his way during his 14 year NHL career, which included 7 seasons in St. Louis. My article on the retiring defenseman. … More Bryce Salvador: Captain of No Quit
The Blues are in serious trouble as they attempt to find their footing heading into the playoffs. … More What Happened To The St. Louis Blues?