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A Letter to Liam

Torey Krug writes personal letter to young fan who battled cancer in Boston

by Torey Krug / St. Louis Blues

Liam Fitzgerald was born with Down syndrome in 2006. When he was three years old, doctors diagnosed him with leukemia that would require nearly four years of aggressive chemotherapy. Despite all that - whether he was hospitalized, recovering at home or cheering on the Boston Bruins at TD Garden, Liam always managed to wear the biggest smile in the room.

Today, Liam is cancer free and has been for more than seven years.

During Hockey Fights Cancer month, as we celebrate and raise awareness for those who have beaten, are fighting or have been lost to cancer, we wanted to tell Liam's story by sharing this letter from new Blues defenseman Torey Krug.

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Zimmerman, Burch named co-chairs for 2020 Salvation Army Tree of Lights

by St. Louis Blues / Press Release

St. Louis Blues President and CEO Chris Zimmerman and his wife, Emily Burch, will serve as chairpersons for the 2020 Salvation Army Tree of Lights campaign.

The Salvation Army works to provide toys, food, household essentials and home and shelter to those in need. The campaign takes on more significance this year due to the ongoing pandemic.

Blues fans can make a donation to the Salvation Army's Virtual Red Kettle online this year by visiting stlouisblues.com/kettle.

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Walman agrees to two-year deal with Blues

by Chris Pinkert / St. Louis Blues

ST. LOUIS - Defenseman Jake Walman has agreed to a two-year contract extension with the St. Louis Blues.

Walman, a restricted free agent, has accepted a two-way deal in the first year and a one-way deal in the second year.

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3 years later, Dougan family still learning to cope with losing Ari

Ari Dougan made a significant impact on the Blues during her road trip with Vladimir Tarasenko in 2017

by Chris Pinkert / St. Louis Blues

Before Laila Anderson captured the hearts of the hockey world during the 2019 Stanley Cup Playoffs, there was Arianna Dougan.

Ari, as she liked to be called, was diagnosed with neuroblastoma when she was three years old. She battled off and on for eight years, but she became a household name in April 2017 when she was the guest of Vladimir Tarasenko on a two-game road trip with the team.

About 10 months after her trip, Ari passed away. The entire organization - the players, coaches, staff and even the fans who met her - were devastated.

RELATED LINKS: Ari's Road Trip Blog | Ari's impact was beyond measure

As we celebrate Hockey Fights Cancer during the month of November, we felt it was a good time to catch up with Lori Zucker - Ari's mom - to find out how the family has been coping. What we learned is that Lori has continued to keep her daughter's memory and legacy alive in a handful of powerful ways.

Below is our entire conversation with Lori.

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Blues launch Holiday Gift Guide from STL Authentics

by St. Louis Blues / Press Release

The holidays are just around the corner, and the St. Louis Blues have made shopping for gifts even easier this year!

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Podell joins Blues as new Director of Performance

by Chris Pinkert / St. Louis Blues

For the Blues' new Director of Performance Ryan Podell, getting the best results out of the players won't require reinventing the wheel in the weight room.

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Blues unveil Reverse Retro jersey from adidas

Alternate jersey will be worn during select games during 2020-21 season

by Chris Pinkert / St. Louis Blues

PHOTO GALLERY: Reverse Retro Jersey

Red is the new Blue… at least for several games during the 2020-21 season.

The St. Louis Blues, in partnership with the NHL and adidas, revealed their Reverse Retro jersey for the first time on Monday.

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Armstrong says Blues are motivated by early exit in 2020

by Chris Pinkert / St. Louis Blues

Doug Armstrong on NHL Tonight

Doug Armstrong discusses offseason moves

Blues GM, Doug Armstrong, joins NHL Tonight to discuss some of the team's major moves from the offseason

  • 08:03 •

Blues General Manager Doug Armstrong appeared on NHL Tonight recently and said he thinks his team will be motivated by their disappointing first-round playoff exit in the bubble.

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Armstrong issues statement on passing of Rick Schwartz

by St. Louis Blues / Press Release

St. Louis Blues President of Hockey Operations and General Manager Doug Armstrong has issued a statement on the passing of Jaden Schwartz's father, Rick:

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Krug discusses joining Blues on NHL Network

by Chris Pinkert / St. Louis Blues

Torey Krug on NHL Tonight

Krug on Signing with St. Louis

Torey Krug joins NHL Tonight to discuss signing with the Blues and getting ready for next season

  • 06:31 •

New Blue Torey Krug recently called into NHL Network to discuss how St. Louis came out of nowhere with an offer he couldn't refuse on the first day of free agency.

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