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Three Things We Learned in Week 12 of the NHL Season
The NHL may have just returned from its extended Christmas break, but there was no lack of news out of the league's return. Here's a look at three things we liked from the 12th week of the NHL campaign.
Wild's Late Comeback Not Enough to Beat Blues in Winter Classic
The Minnesota Wild had a late-game attack, scoring two goals to tighten the action up, but the St. Louis Blues ultimately won the game 6-4 thanks to a five-goal second period.
Outdoor NHL Games Are Here to Stay, And That's a Good Thing
Sure, there can be a saturation point for outdoor games, but we’re not even close to it. Outdoor games almost always work, and it's great for the league and the local fanbases that get to see the action up close.
THN Three Stars: Larkin, Saros and Tarasenko Stand Out Ahead of Christmas Break
Although the NHL is slowing to a crawl in advance of their holiday break, we still had a decent-enough sample size to single out a trio of talents in THN’s Three Stars of the week. Adam Proteau profiles the top three players from a weird week of hockey.
Vladimir Tarasenko's Future with the Blues Still Uncertain
Vladimir Tarasenko's trade request earlier this summer made the 29-year-old right winger a hot topic in the off-season rumor mill. While he's still with the St. Louis Blues a quarter of the way into this season, his future with the club is still to be determined.
Scott Perunovich Has the NHL in Sight with His Hot Start
A lost season hasn't slowed Scott Perunovich down, as the top St. Louis Blues defensive prospect has done damage at the AHL level. Still, there's no reason to rush him just yet.
Screen Shots: Blues Singing High Note, Metro a Challenge, Kings Hurting
Adam Proteau looks at some of the more interesting storylines from the past week, including St. Louis' hot start, the challenges of playing in the tough Metropolitan Division and all the injuries Los Angeles has had to deal with.
Is a Vladimir Tarasenko Trade Possible This Season?
Tarasenko's future with the St. Louis Blues was a hot topic for off-season speculation following his trade request earlier in the summer. While a deal failed to materialize, the possibility remains the 29-year-old winger could be moved at some point this season.
Five Trade Candidates to Watch as 2021-22 NHL Season Approaches
The 2021-22 NHL schedule begins on Tuesday, Oct. 12. Here's a look at several players already featuring prominently in the rumor mill as trade candidates.
Adam Proteau's 2021-22 NHL Predictions: Central Division
The Colorado Avalanche are the top team in the Central Divsion, but a few other units are ready to make it a close battle.
New-look Blues Keep Tarasenko and Will Need Him to Produce
Only half the players from the 2019 Stanley Cup championship run remain with the St. Louis Blues, a product of back-to-back first-round exits and the salary cap. The fact that Vladimir Tarasenko is still around is just as surprising as all the changes.
What's Going to Happen to Jack Eichel and Vladimir Tarsenko Next?
For different reasons, Jack Eichel and Vladimir Tarasenko were front and center amid the trade rumor mill during the off-season. Neither were traded, and it could still be months until they are. By then, teams might look at both stars in different ways.
Eichel, Tarasenko Could Stay Put to Start the Season
Buffalo Sabres center Jack Eichel and St. Louis Blues right wing Vladimir Tarasenko dominated this summer's trade rumor mill. However, several factors could see both players remain with their current clubs once the 2021-22 season opens next month.
Two Charged in Robbery of Blues Prospect at Gateway Arch
Federal charges have been filed against two people accused of robbing a St. Louis Blues hockey prospect on the grounds of the Gateway Arch earlier this week.