Weren’t the Blues and Ken Hitchock supposed to dictate what they wanted to happen on their home ice?
The win put the defending Stanley Cup champions on the verge of surviving the first round, leading 3-2 heading to Game 6 in Los Angeles on Saturday.
It’s a good day to be a sports fan in this city. In the meantime, here are a couple of thoughts on each team before the puck drops.
St. Louis has won 8 straight at home, while Los Angeles has lost 8 straight road games.
Can the Blues turn things around and regain the series lead against the Los Angeles Kings?
What an exciting start to Game Four of the Blues-Kings series Monday night in Los Angeles. A St. Louis team that had been excruciatingly offensively challenged came out of the gate and instantly scored two […]
Anze Kopitar tied it with 12:46 to play, Justin Williams tipped home the go-ahead goal 76 seconds later.
The Blues-Kings series has been unbelievably tight so far and it will most likely continue like that the rest of the way.
The Cardinals have won five straight plus had some interesting news over the past week, and the Blues may make some changes before Game 4.
St. Louis has allowed just three goals in the series, but Jonathan Quick kept the Kings unbeaten at home since March 23.
The Blues loaded up on defensemen at the NHL Draft in Pittsburgh.
Blues head coach Ken Hitchcock & GM Doug Armstrong brought home the hardware from Las Vegas.