Category Archives: St. Louis Blues
The middle portion of the abbreviated 2013 regular season found the St. Louis Blues struggling to find their identity. They played inconsistently, from the goal out. The Blues went 11-15 from February through March, including a 5-game losing streak to open February. (more…)
Even though this past regular season was a short one, it was still an exciting one, featuring a 38 year old winning the Art Ross Trophy and the resurgence of Alex Ovechkin as the league’s most lethal goal scorer. These 2013 Stanley Cup Playoffs feature some new teams that have been accustomed to playing golf this time of year, like the Maple Leafs and Islanders.
Here are my first round playoff predictions on who will win and in how many games.
Many questioned whether the defending Central Division Champions would have the same tenacity on the ice as they did last season, and if the last four games are any indication, I’d say yes. (more…)