Army On Blues Recent Struggles: 'It Has To Come From The Players'Blues general manager Doug Armstrong gave a brutally-honest description of what might be the reason for his team's recent struggles.
KMOX's Bold Sports Predictions For 2018Our sports experts have some over-the-top, but not impossible predictions about 2018 – if correct, it'll be a historic sports year in the state of Missouri.
Armstrong Given 4-Year Extension As Blues General ManagerBlues owner Tom Stillman said the deal is a four-year contract extension, with a team option for a fifth season.
NHL Says Disallowed Goal Against Blues Should've CountedThere was confusion Thursday night over coach's challenge.
Armstrong Hopeful Fabbri Returns For 2018-19 Training CampThe Blues held a press conference Thursday morning, the day after it was announced that Fabbri re-injured his knee and will miss the 2017-18 season.
UPDATE: Sanford's Surgery Successful, Still Expected to Miss 5-6 MonthsThe 6’4, 203-pound forward made 13 regular season appearances for the Blues, posting 5 points last season.
Now What? Inconsistent Blues Move On Without ShattenkirkDoug Armstrong talks about how lead-up to 2017 playoffs is different than in 2016.
Blues GM Discusses 1st Day of Free AgencyDoug Armstrong says effort was made to re-sign David Backes, but Boston offered more years
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.
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