Blues Place Pietrangelo on IR with Right Knee InjuryPietrangelo will be re-evaluated in three weeks.
ACKERMAN: Mardi Gras and Five Weekend ThoughtsIt’s time for five quick thoughts on the first weekend of February, starting with everyone’s favorite party weekend.
Blues Head Coach Ken Hitchcock: This is Something We Plan to Adapt"You have to be creative. Doing things a bit different keeps everyone sharp. Sometimes it’s the way you play personnel or align your players."
LISTEN: Ceremonial #TeamSTL Puck Drop at Scottrade CenterCardinals president Bill DeWitt III and Blues owner Tom Stillman embraced St. Louis.
Vladimir Tarasenko Selected to 2016 NHL All-Star GameTarasenko is the first Blues forward to be named to consecutive All-Star Games since Pavol Demitra in 1999 and 2000.
Game-Time Gun Storage Closes In On OpeningHulsey will park near the venue and charge $20 a game, but offer multi-game discounts. The van would be protected by veterans and former police officers.
St. Louis Blues Expand Charitable Efforts with "Blues Kids"Under its new name, Blues for Kids Foundation, the trust will have the mission to build St. Louis’ future by positively impacting programs and services that improve health and wellness of the youth in St. Louis.
Blues Activate Paul Stastny from Injured ReserveStastny has missed the past 16 games after suffering a broken right foot in the Blues’ 4-3 win in Vancouver on Oct. 16.
Blues Takeover at Cardinals Nation in BPVHall of Famer Brett Hull was a special guest bartender and here is his full interview with KMOX's Chris Hrabe.
Havlat Placed on Unconditional WaiversHavlat is seeking his unconditional release from the team due to personal reasons.
Blues Activate Kevin Shattenkirk from Injured ReserveIn addition, the Blues assigned forward Ty Rattie to their American Hockey League (AHL) affiliate, Chicago Wolves.
How #RoarBacon Became a Thing for the St. Louis BluesWhat is #RoarBacon? Well, thanks to an auto-corrected post to the St. Louis Blues Instagram account during the team's comeback win over the Chicago Blackhawks, it's totally a thing now.