We won! Here are the ten things we love most about the St. Louis Blues being the Stanley Cup champions.
Sports fans love stats and the record slashing Game 7 of the 2019 Stanley Cup certainly provided a net full of data for the St. Louis Blues, NBC, the NHL and everyone else.
Though X-rays of his right ankle Saturday were negative, forward Jaden Schwartz did suffer a significant injury. The St. Louis Blues placed him on injured reserve Sunday. Schwartz, who scored his 14th goal of the season before hurting his ankle while blocking a shot in the Blues’ 6-1 win at Detroit, will be re-evaluated in six weeks.
After 3,793 days without winning a playoff game, the Edmonton Oilers are going to have to wait a bit longer. Melker Karlsson scored a game-winning goal at 3:22 in overtime to steal home ice advantage for the visiting San Jose Sharks on opening night of the Stanley Cup Playoffs. Edmonton jumped out to a 2-0 lead in the first period, thanks to goals from Oscar Klefbom and Milan Lucic. But the Oilers were sloppy, committing six penalties and numerous turnovers, and San Jose scored twice over the final two periods in regulation to force overtime.
Stanley Cup champion Jamal Mayers had to wait until Round 4 to get drafted in 1993, so in the meantime he saved a child's life.
St. Louis has been outplayed for most of this series, and it might cost them in the Western Conference Final.
This time, it's a chance to regain the series lead over the Sharks.
St. Louis Blues have a chance to end an unrivalled run of postseason heartache.
Best-of-seven series looked like it was on the verge of being busted wide open by the Sharks. But with a 6-3 win by the Blues, it’s tied at two games
The Blues look to snap out of their Game 2 funk as the Western Conference Final moves to San Jose.
Third-liner Jori Lehtera scored the winner in Game 1, underlining the fact that the Blues are deeper up front than the Sharks, which could be a major advantage throughout the conference finals.
How will Joe Thornton's line do against shutdown machine Alexander Steen? And why is Logan Couture so essential to the success of the Sharks? We look at these key questions for Game 1.
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The St. Louis Blues defeated the Dallas Stars 6-1 in Game 7 on Wednesday to win the Western Conference Second Round series and advance to the conference final for the first time since 2001.
Brian Elliott is providing the Blues with goaltending they haven't had -- plus a little sly spying -- that has put them one game away from the conference finals after denying the Stars in Game 5.
St. Louis stifled the Stars' offense to force a win-or-go-home Game 6 for Dallas.
The Blues learned from easing up on the gas pedal earlier in the second round and stomped their way to a commanding win over the Stars to take a 2-1 series lead.
We are all winners after St. Louis and Chicago put on a playoff series to remember.
The St. Louis Blues must shake their past postseason failures to succeed in the playoffs moving forward.