The St. Louis Blues have been impressive on the penalty kill this season.
St. Louis has been limited to one goal in four of the team's last five games.
The St. Louis Blues are off to a decent start, but head coach Ken Hitchcock believes there's plenty of room to improve.
The St. Louis Blues are off to a 2-0 start this season, but head coach Ken Hitchcock would like to see his team take less penalties.
Blues GM Doug Armstrong was more than happy to sign Alex Steen to a four-year contract extension.
Even though the Blues might have a young team, head coach Ken Hitchcock believes they have enough experience on their roster.
Steve Thomas has joined the St. Louis Blues as an assistant coach.
Mike Yeo traveled to St. Louis to meet with the Blues on Thursday.
The AHL's Chicago Wolves have parted ways with longtime head coach John Anderson.
The 2016-17 season will be Ken Hitchcock's last as a head coach.
Ken Hitchcock will be back behind the bench of the St. Louis Blues in 2016-17 after agreeing to a one-year contract with the organization.
With the late editions of David Backes (U.S.), Alex Pietrangelo (Canada), Colton Parayko (North America) and Dmitrij Jaskin (Czech Republic) the Blues will have seven players participating in the World Cup.
The St. Louis Blues have stumbled a bit at home in the postseason.
The Blues' power play has been lethal in the playoffs thus far.