Oakville's Maroon coming home to play for Blues
Oakville's Maroon coming home to play for Blues
Oakville native Patrick Maroon agreed to a one-year contract on Tuesday to come home and play for the Blues, turning down more lucrative offers from other teams.
Blues get Ryan O'Reilly in blockbuster trade
Blues get Ryan O'Reilly in blockbuster trade
The Blues pulled off a blockbuster trade Sunday night, obtaining Ryan O'Reilly from the Buffalo Sabres in exchange for Patrik Berglund, Vladimir Sobotka, Tage Thompson and two draft picks.
Blues bring back Perron, also sign Bozak
Blues bring back Perron, also sign Bozak
Among the moves made by the Blues on the first day of free agency Sunday was bringing back forward David Perron for a third stint with the team. The Blues also signed center Tyler Bozak.
Blues willing to be patient with Robert Thomas
Blues willing to be patient with Robert Thomas
One of the Blues' top prospects, center Robert Thomas, is not participating in on-ice activities at the team's prospect camp because of an ankle injury but hopefully will be ready for the season.
Blues move up four spots, draft right-Winger
Blues move up four spots, draft right-Winger
The Blues traded up four spots and selected right-winger Dominik Bokk out of the Sweden junior league in the NHL draft on Friday night. They traded the 29th and 76th picks to Toronto
Off-season will be filled with questions for Blues
Off-season will be filled with questions for Blues
There are multiple questions and trade possibilities facing the Blues as a long off-season begins, mostly concerning how the team can solve its need to create more secondary scoring.
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Patrick Maroon coming home to play for Blues on 1-year contract


Oakville native Patrick Maroon agreed to a one-year contract on Tuesday to come home and play for the Blues, turning down more lucrative offers from other teams.

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Blues get O'Reilly from Sabres for Berglund, Sobotka and Thompson


The Blues pulled off a blockbuster trade Sunday night, obtaining center Ryan O'Reilly from the Buffalo Sabres in exchange for Patrik Berglund, Vladimir Sobotka, Tage Thompson and two draft picks. 

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Blues bring back David Perron, add Tyler Bozak as free agency begins


Among the moves made by the Blues on the first day of NHL free agency on Sunday was bringing back forward David Perron for his third stint with the team. The Blues also signed center Tyler Bozak. 

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Blues' top draft pick Dominik Bokk knows he needs time to develop


The Blues' pick in the first round of the NHL draft, 18-year-old right winger Dominik Bokk, will play this season in Sweden as he works to develop his skills in preparation for an NHL career. 

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Blues are willing to be patient with top prospect Robert Thomas


One of the Blues' top prospects, center Robert Thomas, is not participating in on-ice activities at the team's prospect camp because of an ankle injury but the hope is he will be ready when this season begins. 

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All quiet for Blues on trade front during second day of NHL draft


It was all quiet for the Blues on the trade front during the second day of the NHl Draft in Dallas but some of GM Doug Armstrong's conversations could pave the way for future deals. 

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Blues trade up four spots, select Swedish right-winger in draft


The Blues traded up four spots and selected right-winger Dominik Bokk out of the Sweden junior league in the NHL draft on Friday night. They traded the 29th and 76th picks to Toronto for the chance to draft Bokk.

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Blues announce 2018-19 regular-season schedule


The Blues announced their 2018-19 regular season schedule on Thursday. They will host Winnipeg in the season-opener on Oct. 4 and will also play Chicago and Calgary at home to begin the season..

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Blues prepared to be flexible about possible deals during NHL draft


The Blues have the 29th pick in the first round of the NHL Draft on Friday night, but General Manager Doug Armstrong said the team is prepared to be flexible about possibly using that pick in a trade. 

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Scottrade Center changes name to Enterprise Center in new rights deal


The Blues announced on Monday they have signed an agreement with Enterprise to change the name of Scottrade Center to Enterprise Center. It is a 15-year contract. 

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- Oakville native Patrick Maroon agreed to a one-year contract on Tuesday to come home and play for the Blues, turning down more lucrative offers from other teams. There also is a possibility he could sign a contract extension with the team after Jan. 1.