ST. LOUIS -- Andy McDonald likes get down on the floor to play with Jake, 5, and Ella, 2, because it's a fun and natural thing for a father to do with his children.
What is neither fun nor natural is what sometimes happens to Dad when he does. He feels that same uncomfortable, off-balance sensation rushing back. The dizziness that should be reserved for carnival rides is upon...
The St. Louis Blues have agreed to terms on a new one-year, two-way contract for defenseman Taylor Chorney Chorney was drafted by the Edmonton Oilers with the 36th overall pick in the 2005 NHL Entry Draft. He previously played at the University of North Dakota before getting drafted, and was also on Team USA at [...]
The question is simple: Where should Ty Rattie play in 2013-14?
The St. Louis Blues' most exciting prospect since Vladimir Tarasenko, Rattie has done big things in the early stages of his career. Big, big things. In fact, he pretty much made a joke out of the WHL by scoring 121 points in 69 games during the 2011-12 season and 110 points in 62 games during the 2012-13 season...
The Blues aren't planning on offering Jamie Langenbrunner a new contract according to a new report from Andy Strickland. Langenbrunner is coming off of a one-year, $1.25 million deal with the Blues and will be an unrestricted free agent on July 5th.
Langenbrunner told Strickland that he doesn't believe he's in the team's plans for 2013-14, but would still like...
A recent article from the St. Louis Post-Dispatch highlights the discussion that fans have been partaking in ever since the Blues were booted from the playoffs by the LA Kings. Specifically, the discussion over a list of key free agents which includes Alex Pietrangelo, Kevin Shattenkirk, Chris Stewart and Patrik Berglund.
The report indicates that while the Blues are not expecting...
ST. LOUIS -- Andy McDonald is a free agent, but he won't be testing the waters. After spending the last five-plus seasons with the Blues, the 35-year-old forward has decided to retire, according to TrueHockey.com.
McDonald said he was retiring because of concerns about concussions. He has had at least five concussions, including two with the Blues. He missed 51 games last season...
Many wondered what the St. Louis Blues would do this off-season regarding the free agency of the popular Andy McDonald.
Now, they do not have to worry about it any longer.
According to Andy Strickland of TrueHockey.com, McDonald has decided to retire, citing concussion concerns.
McDonald told Strickland that the five previous concussions he suffered were always on his mind.
While many St. Louis Blues fans are hoping that general manager Doug Armstrong is able to find a sniper who can find the back of the net, others, such as this gentleman writing this column, feel that the team’s biggest need is a play-making center.
Unfortunately, play-making centers are not easy to come by and are often quite expensive, especially in a free agency year where the...
St. Louis Blues rookie goalie Jake Allen was very impressive during his first season with the St. Louis Blues and in fact, may have saved the team’s season.
When Jaroslav Halak went down to injury and when Brian Elliott was struggling early in the season, it was Allen who stepped between the pipes and stabilized the situation for the Blues between the pipes and won some very meaningful...
The St. Louis Blues signed defenseman Ian Cole to a two-year contract and forward Adam Cracknell to a one-year deal.
The 24-year-old Cole was a first-round draft pick in 2007 but was used sparingly, appearing in 15 games and none after March 16. He's played in parts of three seasons.
The 27-year-old Cracknell became a regular on the checking line at the end of the season and...
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ST. LOUIS Ian Cole didn't get a lot of playing time in St. Louis last season, but the Blues think enough of him that they re-signed the defenseman to a two-year contract today.
Cole, 24, played in 15 games for the Blues last season, posting one assist and 10 penalty minutes. He was more active in Peoria, where he appeared in 34 games for the Blues former AHL affiliate. He produced...
ST. LOUIS Those who yearned for the St. Louis Blues to reach a new milestone in the Stanley Cup Playoffs became convinced: Maybe this could be the year.
Such optimism was snuffed by the same Los Angeles Kings that booted the Blues last year. This time, the defending Stanley Cup champion beat St. Louis 4-2 in the best-of-seven conference quarterfinals.
In the wake, Blues fans have...
This is a brutal picture in every sense of the word. At least you can’t question this fan’s dedication but her attire is brutal. From the shoes to the jean skirt to the awful shirt, all the way to the Vladimir Sobotka jersey. The tattoos and the died hair certainly add to the winning combination though. You stay classy, St. Louis. [@chasenpucks39]
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For those of you that are chowing down on some late night food, I think you might not want to continue with the rest of this post.
Below is an image of a St. Louis Blues fan with an interesting shirt:
(Courtesy of The Big Lead)