St. Louis Blues coach Ken Hitchcock and GM Doug Armstrong both mentioned the need for the team's "homegrown" players to take a big step next season.
It doesn't sound like the St. Louis Blues are going to make sweeping changes following their first-round exit.
Ken Hitchcock says the St. Louis Blues should be "disappointed in the opportunity we missed."
Blues coach Ken Hitchcock likes the way his team is playing despite the fact that they're down 3-2 in their first-round series.
The St. Louis Blues are prepared for a first-round rematch with the Los Angeles Kings, who swept them out of the playoffs in the second round last spring.
The St. Louis Blues have a 9-2 record in overtime and shootout games this season.
The St. Louis Blues aren't too concerned about playoffs positioning, they just hope they get a spot.
While the St. Louis Blues are struggling offensively, they have been great of late on the penalty kill.
St. Louis coach Ken Hitchcock needs one more victory to reach the 600 plateau.
The St. Louis Blues held a team meeting after their 3-0 loss to the Edmonton Oilers on Tuesday.
After a frustrating 3-2 loss at Vancouver on Tuesday night, the St. Louis Blues boarded a bus that whisked them deep into the night, 80 miles north to a Whistler Mountain chateau.
With his star rookie Vladimir Tarasenko out with a concussion, St. Louis Blues coach Ken Hitchcock is angry and concerned about the vulnerability of young NHL players in general.
The St. Louis Blues were due to arrive home on Tuesday morning after flight delays in Vancouver Monday.
St. Louis Blues coach Ken Hitchcock vented some frustration over his team's recent play following their 5-1 loss to Detroit on Thursday.