In Yeo We TrustThe future looks bright Tarasenko, Schwartz, Fabbri, Parayko, Pietrangelo, but it's even brighter on Monday when they added Yeo.
Blues GM Discusses Outlook For Next SeasonDoug Armstrong explains retaining Ken Hitchcock & dismisses talk of friction with Vladimir Tarasenko.
WATCH: Blues Surprise Canadian Father, Son with Trip to PlayoffsOne of the most passionate hockey fans at the St. Louis Blues vs. San Jose Sharks game Tuesday night will not be able to see the action, except through the eyes of his son.
Blues Recall Butler, Rattie From Chicago Under Emergency ConditionsSt. Louis Blues President of Hockey Operations and General Manager Doug Armstrong announced Monday the club has recalled defenseman Chris Butler and forward Ty Rattie.
Blues' Armstrong Picked as Canada World Cup GMSt. Louis front office leader to guide selection of 2016 tourney squad
Hitchcock: "This is Unfinished Business For Me"Blues bringing back head coach on another one-year contract
Blues and Ken Hitchcock Agree on One-Year ContractIn conjunction with the announcement, the Blues will hold a press conference featuring Hitchcock and Armstrong at 2:30 p.m. today at Scottrade Center.
Hitch, Army Discuss Blues Playoff Flop, FutureCoach & general manager say only time will tell what happens for next season
Martin Brodeur Named Senior Advisor to General ManagerThe announcement was made in conjunction with his retirement from the National Hockey League.
Sports On A Sunday Morning: Doug Armstrong, Kevin Demoff, Kim Anderson, Patty Viverito, Paul Dottino, Bob Ramsey & Dan McLaughlinDoug Armstrong on the Blues, Kevin Demoff and Paul Dottino on the Giants and Rams, Bob Ramsey on SLU, Dan McLaughlin on Cardinals & Patty Viverito on the MVC.
Sports Open Line: Blues GM Doug ArmstrongBlues GM Doug Armstrong joins Scott and Mike to discuss the team's recent signing of Martin Brodeur.
Blues Sign Goaltender Martin BrodeurSt. Louis Blues President of Hockey Operations and General Manager Doug Armstrong announced today that the club has signed goaltender Martin Brodeur to a one-year contract.