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Blues 2021-22 Report Cards: Doug Armstrong

The St. Louis Blues 2021-22 season represented a major transition for the franchise. No longer a stout defensive team built from the blueline out, they finished second in the NHL in goals scored, with nine forwards recording 20-plus goals. Though the season came to an end in a six-game defeat by the Colorado Avalanche in the second round, there are plenty of highs and lows to reflect on. In this series, we’ll evaluate each player who played 10 or more games with the team (as well as the head coach and general manager), grading their individual performance and looking at their future with the team.
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New leadership book features St. Louis Blues GM Doug Armstrong (LISTEN)

The success of the St. Louis Blues can be traced to the top, according to author and management coach Mike Watson. His new book, Rise Up: Leadership Habits for Turbulent Times,” features Blues GM Doug Armstrong, and its recent release was just in time for the Stanley Cup playoffs.
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Lt. Doug Armstrong to retire from Bannock County Sheriff's Office after 30 years of service

A long-time Bannock County Sheriff’s Deputy is hanging up his badge after nearly 30 years of service. Lieutenant Doug Armstrong is officially retiring Friday, Feb. 25 from serving in the Criminal Division of the Sheriff’s Office. Armstrong joined the Sheriff’s Office in July of 1992. Sheriff Tony Manu praised Armstrong’s work to implement new practices at the Sheriff’s Office, which have had lasting impacts. ...

Bernie: The Blues At The Break. Questions And Answers With GM Doug Armstrong.

The Blues are still on break, taking their extended winter snooze during the All-Star break, resting up for the resumption of play on Feb. 10. At 43 games into the 82-game regular season schedule, the Blues are in an interesting position. At 26-13-5 they have a .648 points percentage that ranks 10th overall, and fourth in the Western Conference. But the three teams above them in the West are division rivals Colorado, Minnesota and Nashville.

Doug Armstrong In A League Of His Own After Leaving Team Canada

St. Louis Blues general manager Doug Armstrong was named the GM of Team Canada for the 2022 Olympics, and although the NHL is not going, he and the Blues gained a tremendous advantage. The St. Louis Blues have one of the greatest general managers in the game in Doug Armstrong....
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Doug Armstrong, Bill Guerin no longer involved in Olympic selections

The NHL isn’t going to the Olympics, and that doesn’t mean just Sidney Crosby and Patrick Kane. The active NHL executives and coaches who previously were announced will also be pulled out. That means, for instance, that Bill Guerin is no longer the general manager of Team USA, and Doug Armstrong is no longer with Team Canada.

St. Louis Blues: Doug Armstrong Stays, Must Avoid Cardinals Mistakes

The St. Louis Blues announced a contract extension for Doug Armstrong as September came towards its end in 2021. The team will have the services of their general manager for five more years beyond this one. Despite the usual detractors that every team and every general manager has, that is...

Blues sign GM Doug Armstrong to 5-year Extension

The St. Louis Blues signed longtime president of hockey operations and general manager Doug Armstrong to a five-year contract extension Saturday. Armstrong, 57, was named the organization's 11th general manager after the 2009-10 season after joining the Blues as assistant general manager in 2008. "When I look back on my...