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Blues have 5 picks at 2022 NHL Draft

by Andrew Pek / St. Louis Blues

Barring a trade from General Manager Doug Armstrong, the St. Louis Blues will make five selections at the 2022 NHL Draft.

Held at Bell Centre in Montreal, the Draft will begin with Round 1 on Thursday, July 7 at 6 p.m. CT on ESPN. Rounds 2-7 continue on Friday, July 8 at 10 a.m. on NHL Network.

Both sessions will also stream on ESPN+.

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Springfield Thunderbirds reach Calder Cup Finals

Blues' AHL affiliate will compete for league championship beginning June 19

by Chris Pinkert / St. Louis Blues

The Springfield Thunderbirds are headed to the American Hockey League's Calder Cup Finals!

It's the first time in 31 years that the St. Louis Blues' top affiliate will compete for a league championship. Bobby Plager coached the Peoria Rivermen to the International Hockey League's Turner Cup championship in the 1991 season - that team included former Blues such as Kelly Chase, Nelson Emerson, Tony Twist and Tom Tilley.

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Blues, Stars to meet in Kansas City on Oct. 1

NHL preseason game returns to Cable Dahmer Arena, home of the Kansas City Mavericks

by St. Louis Blues / Digital Release

For the second consecutive season, the St. Louis Blues will play a preseason contest in Kansas City.

The Blues will meet the division-rival Dallas Stars at Cable Dahmer Arena in an exhibition game on Oct. 1.

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Neighbours leads Oil Kings to WHL Championship

Blues prospect, Oil Kings captain had 17 points in 19 playoff games

by Elise Butler / St. Louis Blues

The St. Louis Blues expect big things out of prospect Jake Neighbours, and he added another impressive feat to his resume this week.

Neighbours and the Edmonton Oil Kings captured the 2022 Western Hockey League (WHL) Championship on Monday night, defeating the Seattle Thunderbirds 2-0 in Game 6 for a 4-2 series win. Neighbours assisted on both goals. 

The 20-year-old forward and team captain totaled 17 points (3g, 14a) in 19 playoff games. Edmonton only lost three games throughout the entire postseason en route to the title.

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Blues celebrate We Went Blues Day on June 12

Bally Sports Midwest will replay Game 7 while Blues celebrate three-year anniversary of historic win with merchandise deals and more

by St. Louis Blues / Digital Release

The St. Louis Blues will celebrate the three-year anniversary of their first Stanley Cup championship during "We Went Blues Day" on Sunday, June 12.

The celebration will include a re-airing of "Game 7: In Their Words" on Bally Sports Midwest and the Bally Sports App at 7 p.m., special merchandise offers at and much more.

Fans can also enjoy thrilling highlights, iconic images and great memories of the historic championship throughout the day on the team's official social media accounts. Fans are also encouraged to share their own memories on social media using #WeWentBlues.

Here are details of what you can expect on We Went Blues Day:

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Blues announce initiatives to celebrate Pride Month

by St. Louis Blues / Digital Release

June is Pride Month, and the St. Louis Blues are joining the NHL and the NHL Players' Association in celebrating the occasion in a variety of ways.

Pride Month is part of the League's year-round Hockey is for Everyone initiative, which aims to make the game more inclusive to everyone regardless of race, color, religion, national origin, gender identity or expression, disability, sexual orientation and socio-economic status.

"Our support of Pride Month reflects the St Louis Blues' commitment to help make our sport and community a safe and inclusive environment for all," said Chris Zimmerman, Blues President and CEO of Business Operations. "Along with the National Hockey League, we have worked on programs for the last two decades to bring meaning and purpose to the Hockey is for Everyone programs. We recognize we have much work still to do. We are proud to partner with the local LGBTQ+ community to celebrate Pride Month."

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Armstrong provides answers to offseason questions

by Chris Pinkert / St. Louis Blues

It's been more than week since the St. Louis Blues' season came to an end, and now that the dust has settled some, General Manager Doug Armstrong will get to work on shaping his roster for the 2022-23 season.

The Blues finished the regular-season with 109 points, which was tied for third-most in franchise history. In the playoffs, the club dispatched the higher-seeded Minnesota Wild in six games before falling to the eventual Western Conference champion Colorado Avalanche in six games.

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Rosen signs two-year, two-way extension

by St. Louis Blues / Press Release

ST. LOUIS - St. Louis Blues President of Hockey Operations and General Manager Doug Armstrong announced today the team has signed defenseman Calle Rosen to a two-year, two-way contract extension.

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Perron wants to be back with Blues next season

Forward is one of several Blues who could become an unrestricted free agent this summer

by Chris Pinkert / St. Louis Blues

David Perron didn't hold back when asked by reporters if he hoped to return to the St. Louis Blues next season.

"I'd love to be back," he said. "That desire has been there for me last year, during the year, and right now."

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Binnington feeling 'alright' following Game 3 injury

Blues goalie said surgery would not be required to repair the lower-body injury

by Chris Pinkert / St. Louis Blues

Jordan Binnington said he would not need surgery on a lower-body injury that forced him to leave Game 3 against the Colorado Avalanche and miss the rest of the second-round series.

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