Blues History

Two of the greatest players who ever skated in the National Hockey League had memorable performances on this date. Plus, the number 1,000 was a reoccurring theme, a shortened season began, and a dynamic duo in Chicago hit a pair of personal milestones. Let’s take our daily trip back through time and relive the best
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Some of the greatest players in National Hockey League history have had plenty of reasons to celebrate on Jan. 10. The fans in Montreal, Boston, and Buffalo were treated to multiple big moments throughout the decades. It is time to fire up our hockey time machine to take a look at all the best this
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This has been a very busy date in the history of the National Hockey League. The theme of this day has been expansion, leading scorers, historic firsts, and the number 100. So, let’s strap into our frozen way-back machine and take a look back at all the history Dec. 9 has to offer us. Major
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The date has been quite eventful during National Hockey League history. One goaltending legend played his final game while there were also numerous NHL firsts. A whole slew of Hockey Hall of Famers hit personal milestones, and this was a good day for coaching changes in Toronto. The THW time machine is gassed up and
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This has been a very interesting date in National Hockey League history. One of the truly unbreakable streaks in all of sports came to an end. The league saw its first-ever penalty shot, had a game postponed due to a November heatwave, and got a new player atop the all-time goals list. The Streak of
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So many historical events occurred on Oct. 13 throughout National Hockey League history. “Mr. Hockey” scored his first NHL goal in eight years, numerous big names lit the lamp for the first time in their careers, some legendary goaltenders earned shutouts, and the first-ever All-Star Game was played in Toronto. So, let’s go on our
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Sept. 6 has been a pretty big date for the National Hockey League in the state of California. Also, the legendary Summit Series continued in Winnipeg, and a pair of Hockey Hall of Famers were traded. So, let’s take our daily trip back in time to relive all the memories this date has given us
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Aug. 17 is a sad date for New York hockey fans as an era came to an end in 1992. There were also plenty of moves on this date, including one player announcing his retirement and another coming out of his to get back on the ice. The THW time machine is warmed up and
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On March 7, 1988, the Calgary Flames agreed to send 23-year-old forward Brett Hull along with 27-year-old forward Steve Bozek to the St. Louis Blues for 29-year-old defenseman Rob Ramage and 28-year-old goaltender Rick Wamsley. The trade would go down as one of the biggest in Blues’ history. Here’s a look back at how the trade panned out for
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The month of August has not usually been a busy one in National Hockey League history. However, this date has seen quite a few memorable moments with some veteran players finding new teams and the birth of two Hockey Hall of Famers. The THW time machine is gassed up and ready to take us back
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National Hockey League fans in British Columbia have had a lot to be excited about on this date. An all-time great who broke barriers retired, and a talented second-generation star was born on this date, as well. Finally, a rare free agent frenzy made headlines as a plethora of stars found new homes. So, let’s
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July 16 has not been the busiest day in National Hockey League history. However, a pair of Hockey Hall of Famers found new homes, and two playoff heroes were born on this date, as well. Stevens Heads to St. Louis The St. Louis Blues signed free-agent defenseman and future Hockey Hall of Famer, Scott Stevens,
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July 14 was a day that saw two big-name general managers hired by two “Original Six” franchises. Also, some future head coaches and executives were on the move during the playing days, and a Hall of Fame goalie gets a new home. The THW time machine is gassed up and ready to take back through
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Like any other NHL franchise, the St. Louis Blues have made plenty of good trades, and plenty of bad trades. The recent trade history for the Blues has been very good, and was a key factor in their success last season. Let’s discuss their three best and worst trades in franchise history. Blues’ Worst Trades
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The NHL history made on this date spans nearly a century. The names in today’s column read like a who’s who list of the Hockey Hall of Fame. From the early day of the league in the 1920s and 1930s to some recent milestones, March 19 has it all. Phil Esposito & Jaromir Jagr Get
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