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“Talks between the Blues and Alex’s camp have broken off for now and Alex will not be reporting for our camp today,” said General Manager Doug Armstrong.
The team announced 50 players will take part in the training camp, beginning September 12 at Scottrade Center. The sessions are free and open to the public.
The former Saturday Night Live star and current late-night show host will perform with Julian McCullough, Nate Bargatze, and Nick Thune at the recently renovated Peabody October 14.
Tampa and Atlanta also negotiating for upcoming Southeastern Conference postseason basketball tourney dates.
With two regular season games remaining before the Stanley Cup Playoffs, the Blues control their own postseason fate. Four points over the final two contests means the team will clinch the fourth seed in the […]
“Attendance has been up. We’ve had one of the better increases in the league. Our gate receipt, we’ve had by far the largest increase in the league”
Several fans waited hours in the cold for a glimpse at hockey action.
A total of 25 players will participate in Training Camp with practices beginning on Sunday, Jan. 13 at 11 a.m. at Scottrade Center.
Caught in the crossfire of the lockout are downtown eateries that count on Blues games to bring in customers throughout the long, cold winter.