Tag Archives: St. Louis Blues
Washington Capitals’ Sixth-Round Pick Ryan Hofer On Development Camp Experience: “I Learned A Lot and I’m Excited To See What Happens Next”
Joe Noyes Photography The Washington Capitals selected forward Ryan Hofer with the 181st overall pick in the 2022 NHL Entry Draft, part of a class of draftees that earned rave reviews from Capitals Assistant General Manager Ross Mahoney. The 20-year … Continue reading
Photo: TSN After a lot of NHL teams changed their goalie outlook whether that is for the better or worse this offseason, NoVa Caps continues their series in looking at all 32 situations in the net. Today, we move on … Continue reading
Photo: AP News With the 2022 NHL Draft in the books and most of the key unrestricted free agents under contract for the 2022-23 camapign, teams have changed their teams for the better, worse, or maybe not much. NoVa Caps … Continue reading
Photo: Stephen R. Sylvanie-USA TODAY Sports With the 2021-22 NHL season now in the books, teams will look to improve through trades, free agency, the entry draft, and more ways. NoVa Caps provides a list of every move throughout the offseason.
Photo: Palm Beach Post Every season, teams across the NHL try to improve their team from outside of their respective organizations and some try to do it for the present. While all moves are made for good intentions, some backfire … Continue reading
St. Louis Blues Fan Laila Anderson, Inspiration During Team’s 2019 Stanley Cup Run, Pumps Enterprise Center Crowd Up Ahead of Game 6
NHL In the 2019 Stanley Cup Final, the St. Louis Blues captured their first Stanley Cup in franchise history, defeating the Boston Bruins in seven games. Aside from the team’s run to the Cup, the biggest story surrounding the team … Continue reading
Photo: SN The St. Louis Blues announced on Sunday that goaltender Jordan Binnington will miss the rest of the team’s second-round Stanley Cup Playoff series against the Colorado Avalanche with a lower-body injury that he suffered in the team’s 5-2 … Continue reading
Photo: Joe Sargent/NHLI via Getty Images With two weeks remaining in the regular season after Thursday night, there is still plenty to watch for as just five spots in the Stanley Cup Playoffs are taken, teams are battling for positioning, and … Continue reading
Photo: @Capitals The Washington Capitals lost to the St. Louis Blues by a score of 5-2 at Capital One Arena on Tuesday night in their first game after the NHL Trade Deadline passed at 3 PM ET on Monday.
“I Feel Like I’ve Grown As A Person and As A Hockey Player Too”: Marcus Johansson Talks His Return to Washington, the 2018 Stanley Cup, and Growth Ahead of His First Game Back
Screen cap: @Capitals At the 2022 NHL trade deadline, the Washington Capitals made two transactions, the most notable being the acquisition of forward Marcus Johansson, who played for the team for seven seasons from 2010-2017. The former first-round pick spoke … Continue reading