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Blues 2020-21 Report Cards: Doug Armstrong

You would be hard-pressed to find anymore more frustrated with the 2020-21 St. Louis Blues than general manager Doug Armstrong. Heralded as the golden boy among NHL GMs for his mastery in building a Cup winner in 2019, Armstrong’s star has lost a bit of its shine over the past two seasons.
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Doug Armstrong and the Blues’ Stanley Cup window

Yesterday, the Blues gave their post-playoffs postmortem. The most interesting and reflective response came from Blues general manager Doug Armstrong, who flat-out admitted that other than David Perron, Ryan O’Reilly, and Justin Faulk were the three players who played to their potential. The rest of the team? Not so much.
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Q&A with GM Doug Armstrong

Armstrong covers early playoff exit, upcoming free agents, dealing with COVID and more. St. Louis Blues President and General Manager Doug Armstrong spoke with the media for nearly 40 minutes on Wednesday, covering everything from what went wrong in the Playoffs to playing during COVID and even addressing what might happen with potential free agents such as Jaden Schwartz, Tyler Bozak and Mike Hoffman.

Statement from Blues GM Doug Armstrong

Statement from St. Louis Blues President of Hockey Operations & General Manager Doug Armstrong:. We have discovered discrepancies in Covid test results relating to multiple players. We have been in touch with and are working with the League to address these discrepancies with additional testing and expect to have further information later this afternoon.

Blues GM Doug Armstrong questions NHL COVID-19 testing

The St. Louis Blues have the only three players currently on the NHL’s COVID protocol absence list, including regular-season leading scorer David Perron, and general manager Doug Armstrong believes the league’s testing could be flawed. Armstrong released the following statement Wednesday ahead of Game 2 against the Avalanche at Ball...

Doug Armstrong and the Blues stood pat at the trade deadline

It’s fun to hypothesize about what your favorite team will do leading up to the trade deadline, especially when your team is a clear-cut buyer. It’s window shopping, pure and simple, and who doesn’t enjoy fantasizing about spending someone else’s millions of dollars?. The Blues this year weren’t clear cut...

Doug Armstrong: 'We're not picking an All-Star team' to play for Canada

Doug Armstrong wants Team Canada's roster to be well-rounded for the games in Beijing. "We're not picking an All-Star team," the St. Louis Blues general manager and chosen architect for Canada's 2022 Olympic hockey squad said on Sportsnet 590 The Fan Thursday. "We have to have players that can touch every facet - penalty kill, power play, five-on-five play. "

Doug Armstrong to be Olympic Canada GM if NHL plays

CALGARY, Alberta -- St. Louis Blues general manager Doug Armstrong will be the GM for the Canadian men's team if NHL players participate in the 2022 Winter Olympics in Beijing. Hockey Canada announced the move Wednesday, tapping Armstrong after he served on the management team that helped Canada win gold...

Hockey Canada names Blues’ Doug Armstrong GM for 2022 Olympic team

Assuming NHL players participate in the 2022 Olympic Winter Games, Team Canada’s men’s team will be led by a management group headed by St. Louis Blues general manager Doug Armstrong. Hockey Canada announced Wednesday that Armstrong has been named GM of the management team. Joining Armstrong in the group are...

St. Louis Blues GM Doug Armstrong gets same role for Canadian men's Olympic team

CALGARY — Doug Armstrong will be the general manager of Canada's men's Olympic hockey team if NHL players participate next year in Beijing. Hockey Canada announced Wednesday the St. Louis Blues GM has secured the top role after serving on the management team that helped the country win gold medals in Vancouver in 2010 and Sochi in 2014.
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‘My 600-lb Life:’ Doug Armstrong Update: Where Is He Now?

My 600-lb Life star Doug Armstrong turned to Dr. Now for help in becoming a leaner, healthier man that could help his wife around the house. Doug did great on the strict 1,200 calorie program, but fans want to know if he continued. Did he keep the weight off? Where is he now? Let’s see what this father of three is up to today!
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St. Louis Blues: Give Doug Armstrong a hand for landing Mike Hoffman

The St. Louis Blues are the big winners of December free agency. Welp, after literally months of anticipation, we finally know the winner of the Mike Hoffman Sweepstakes (drum roll)… the St. Louis Blues. Yup, you read that correctly, the Blues, not the Boston Bruins, were able to land the...