Coach Ken Hitchcock wants the Blues to play a more "reckless" brand of hockey in 2015-16.
Ken Hitchcock will be back behind the bench in St. Louis for the 2015-16 season.
Ken Hitchcock is likely to remain the coach of the Blues next season, according to Elliotte Friedman of Sportsnet.
Blues GM Doug Armstrong and Ken Hitchcock are still talking about the coach's future in St. Louis.
Blues coach Ken Hitchcock isn't sure if he'll return for the 2015-16 campaign.
St. Louis has plenty to prove going into their first-round series against Minnesota.
Blues' coach Ken Hitchcock indicated that he may rest a few key Blues' players Saturday against Minnesota.
Ken Hitchock moved up to fourth all-time in career wins after Thursday's victory against Tampa Bay.
St. Louis worked on their penalty kill Sunday at practice.
The St. Louis Blues won four out of the five games on their now-expired homestand.
Rather than leaning on players in heavy defensive and offensive roles, St. Louis Blues head coach Ken Hitchcock said he expects to even things out next season.
The St. Louis Blues have inked a one-year affiliation agreement with the ECHL Alaska Aces.
St. Louis will play at least four straight games on the road five times in 2014-15.
The St. Louis Blues will participate in a 2014 preseason game in Kansas City.