St. Louis Blues players are eager to follow up on the franchise's breakthrough 109-point season, even as they prepare for the possibility of a lockout.
The NHL collective bargaining agreement is set to expire Sept. 15, adding an element of tension to involuntary workouts. After an informal workout on Thursday, center Scott Nichol said it's just day by day.
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September 07, 2012
The St. Louis Blues promoted Bruce Affleck, a former player, broadcaster and sales manager with the franchise, to chief operating officer Thursday.
Affleck played five seasons with the Blues beginning in 1975, and returned to the franchise as sales manager in 1987. Affleck has been heavily involved with many local charities and helped start the Blues Alumni Association and the St...
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June 28, 2012
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ST. LOUIS St. Louis Blues Executive Vice President and General Manager Doug Armstrong announced today the club has signed forward Scott Nichol to a one-year contract.
"We are pleased to have Scott back in the fold for next year," said Armstrong. "His work ethic and professionalism are second to none and he serves as an excellent role model...
ST. LOUIS – St. Louis Blues Executive Vice President and General Manager Doug Armstrong announced today the club has signed forward Scott Nichol to a one-year contract.
“We are pleased to have Scott back in the fold for next year,” said Armstrong. “His work ethic and professionalism are second to none and he serves as an excellent role model for our young core.”
The St. Louis Blues evened the first-round series with the San Jose Sharks with a 3-0 win Saturday night.
Games 3 and 4 are in San Jose on Monday and Thursday night.
Despite losing Scott Nichol and Carlo Colaiacovo and having a goal waved off, the St. Louis Blues found a way to pull out a win against a good road team. The Blues lost Nichol after he was ejected for spearing, and Colaiacovo went out with a hamstring injury in the first period. The Blues had a goal disallowed in the second period, but none of it mattered.
Blues forward Scott Nichol will be back in the lineup against
the Toronto Maple Leafs tonight after taking a blow to the head
during Tuesday's win over Chicago. Nichol left the game in the