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3 hrs ago | Fantasy Hockey Scouts
Let's start with Ryan Miller in St. Louis where he won his fourth straight game since joining the Blues , stopping 27 of 28 shots in Minnesota.
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7 hrs ago | Star Tribune
Preview: This is the second of a back-to-back for both teams; the Blues beat Colorado on Saturday afternoon 2-1 for their fourth consecutive victory, while the Wild played in Dallas on Saturday night.
11 hrs ago | St. Louis Game Time
The Blues won a hard fought game against Colorado today. They did so in line with my previous predictions.
Ryan Miller stopped 26 shots, and David Backes broke up a scoreless game in the second period, helping the St. Louis Blues beat the Colorado Avalanche 2-1 Saturday in a Central Division showdown.
Blues goalie Ryan Miller makes a save against Avalanche forward Jamie McGinn during St. Louis' victory.
Patrik Berglund has been on fire for the St. Louis Blues since returning from the Olympics.
The NHL trade deadline was a few days ago, but the impact of the day will be felt for the remainder of the 2013-14 season.
If you're looking for the embodiment of three different St. Louis Blues players all rolled up into one sequence, we've got the video for you.
Jaroslav Halak will start for the Capitals Saturday night as they face the Phoenix Coyotes and aim to snap a three-game losing streak.
Fans of every club in the NHL probably believe that their team leads the league in shots that hit the post.
With another win in the books, St. Louis continues its roadtrip to the mile high city.
Well, sure, Peyton Manning's new goatee still commands a good deal of Denver's sports-media attention, but the Avs are officially hot news again.
With a handful of games left in the season, the Central Division looks like it will be a tight race down the wire to determine who comes out on top.
New St. Louis Blues player forward Steve Ott meets reporters for the first time, following the team's morning skate at the Scottrade Center in St. Louis on March 3, 2014.
The NHL players had a lot of gear coming back from the Olympics. Memorabilia, medals, equipment, clothes, puppies... they brought a lot back with them.
The loud and clear message from Avalanche HQ: We will stand pat on deadline day--unless we can improve our hockey club for the present and the future.