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Game Report: Blues 4, Golden Knights 1
Game Report: Blues 4, Golden Knights 1
The Blues left Las Vegas as a winner Friday night. Ryan O'Reilly scored a pair of goals, one coming in a three-goal second period, to lead the Blues past the Golden Knights.
Dooley hopes to hear boos from Tennessee fans
Dooley hopes to hear boos from Tennessee fans
Missouri's offensive coordinator Derek Dooley will rekindle some old memories Saturday when the Tigers play at Tennessee. Dooley coached the Volunteers for three years before being fired.
Game Report: Blackhawks 1, Blues 0
Game Report: Blackhawks 1, Blues 0
Jake Allen played his best game of the season Wednesday night but the Blues lost in Chicago as the game's only goal came when Jay Bouwmeester deflected the puck into his own net.
Helsley's future at stake with 40-man decisions
Helsley's future at stake with 40-man decisions
Ryan Helsley is one of several Cardinals' prospects who will need to be added to the team's 40-man roster before next week's deadline to keep them from being exposed to the Rule 5 draft.
Will Carson Kelly's future be with the Cardinals?
Will Carson Kelly's future be with the Cardinals?
Carson Kelly already has begun preparing for the 2019 baseball season, but he can't answer the question or whether he will spend the year as Yadier Molina's backup or with another team.
Ten items that should be on Cardinals to-do list
Ten items that should be on Cardinals to-do list
One of the items near the top of the Cardinals' to-do list this winter should be to sign free agent outfielder Bryce Harper, but that by far is not the only move the team should make.
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Game Report: Blues 4, Golden Knights 1


The Blues left Las Vegas as a winner Friday night. Ryan O'Reilly scored a pair of goals, one coming in a three-goal second period, to lead the Blues past the Golden Knights. 

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St. Louis Ambush Fanfest, Free Preseason Game Slated for Sunday


The St. Louis Ambush continue preparations for their upcoming MASL season when they host the Dallas Sidekicks in a free preseason game Sunday, November 18 at 3:05 p.m. at the Family Arena in St. Charles. The exhibition match is part of the annual free Fanfest.

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Mizzou's Derek Dooley hopes to hear boos on Saturday at Tennessee


Missouri's first-year offensive coordinator Derek Dooley will rekindle some old memories on Saturday when the Tigers head to Knoxville to play Tennessee. Dooley coached the Volunteers for three years before being fired.  

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Game Report: Blackhawks 1, Blues 0


Jake Allen played his best game of the season Wednesday night but the Blues lost in Chicago as the game's only goal came when Blues defenseman Jay Bouwmeester deflected the puck into his own net.  

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Helsley’s future, and that of other Cardinals' prospects, at stake with 40-man roster decisions


Ryan Helsley is one of several Cardinals' prospects who will need to be added to the team's 40-man roster before next week's deadline to keep them from being exposed to December's Rule 5 draft. 

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It's Not Too Early To Make Plans for Spring Training


Start making your plans to com to our Spring Training Bash: Thurs. March 14, 2019.

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Blues turn winnable game into loss to Wild; plus post-game audio

A mistake midway through the third period led to the game winning goal on Sunday as the Blues lost 3-2 to the Minnesota Wild at Enterprise Center in the final game of a seven-game homestand.

 

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Final play finally goes Missouri's way in 33-28 win over Vanderbilt


Drew Lock passed for two touchdowns and ran for another score and Missouri withstood a last-play chance from Vanderbilt to post a 33-28 win on Saturday in Columbia that made the Tigers bowl eligible. 

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Johnson gets shutout to lead Blues over Sharks; post-game audio

Backup goalie Chad Johnson stopped all 33 San Jose shots to earn his first shut out since 2016 on Friday night as the Blues topped the Sharks 4-0 at Enterprise Center. 

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Missouri, Lock hope to build on previous November success

The Missouri Tigers host Vanderbilt on Saturday, hoping to build on their previous success in the month of November. The Tigers have won seven of their last eight games played in November.

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Saturday, Nov. 17, 2018

- Ryan O'Reilly scored twice to lead the Blues to a 4-1 win Friday night in Las Vegas. O'Reilly's second goal was his 10th of the season and came in a three-goal second period as the Blues rebounded from a shutout loss in Chicago. Jake Allen made 32 saves to get the win.

- The Blues will wrap up a three-game road trip tonight in San Jose.

- The Missouri Tigers will be trying to win their third consecutive game today when they play Tennessee in Knoxville. It will be a homecoming for offensive coordinator Derek Dooley, who was the head coach of the Volunteers from 2010-2012. 

 

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