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Blues head coach: Binnington's antics have 'got to stop'

St. Louis Blues head coach Craig Berube seems to be tired of Jordan Binnington's antics after the goaltender stirred up more trouble Saturday against the Pittsburgh Penguins. "It's got to stop. It doesn’t help anything," Berube told reporters after his side's 6-2 loss, according to the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review's Seth Rorabaugh. "Just play goal. Stop the puck."
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Blues News & Rumors: Toropchenko, Thomas, and More

Welcome to St. Louis Blues News & Rumors, a weekly article covering all things Blues. The calendar has flipped to December, and with Thanksgiving now in the rearview mirror, the team will need to put their work boots on for the rest of the season to push themselves into a playoff position. The Thanksgiving holiday is usually a good time to get an accurate picture of where a team’s performance level is at this season and where they could be heading. In the case of the Blues, that mark is well below both fan and front-office expectations.
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Red, white, and the blues

How far do moral victories and actual losses go for the United States men’s national team? After failing to defeat The Netherlands at the World Cup, U.S. Soccer needs to take a hard look in the mirror. There’s one word to describe where the United States men’s national team...
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St. Louis Blues Grades at the Quarter Mark

With 22 games under their belt, the St. Louis Blues are officially past the quarter mark of the 2022-23 season. Mixed with highs (3-0-0 start), lows (eight-game losing streak), and another even greater high (seven-game winning streak), they have yet to settle as a team and truly establish an identity on the ice. Outside of a few players, performance has come and gone in waves, mirroring this team’s win-loss record (11-12-0, 22 points).
SAINT LOUIS, MO

Forward Kasperi Kapanen records hat trick as Penguins rout Blues

Pittsburgh Penguins coach Mike Sullivan sent a fairly simple decree to forward Kasperi Kapanen. “He’s a big strong guy, he can get involved in the grind game down low, in the cycle game,” Sullivan said on Monday. “In today’s game in the NHL, you have to be able to create offense different ways. It can’t just be off the rush. There has to be a grind game down low.
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Professah Blues to Retire December 31, 2022

As Blues Valley moves into the Christmas season, the music begins to focus on the many feelings to which many of us can relate: nostalgia, hope, love, disappointment, surprise, giving, faith, renewal. This December is no different. I am sharing with you some decisions that I have made about Blues Valley.
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KAPANEN HAT TRICK LEADS PENGUINS TO THRASHING OF BLUES

Kasperi Kapanen’s hot streak sicne his return to the lineup continued Saturday night as he netted a hat trick to lead the Penguins to a 6-2 win over St. Louis. Kapanen scored two goals and Brian Rust added another as the Pens took a 3-1 first period lead. Jason Zucker returned to the ice in the second period after having to leave for medical attention in the first and scored to make it 4-1. After the Blues mnade it 4-2 later in the period, Kapanen scored his third goal of the game and fourth in two games since his return from being benched. Sidney Crosby scored into an empty net late in the game to set the final.
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Blues Penguins Hockey

Kapanen's hat trick powers Penguins to 6-2 win over Blues. Kasperi Kapanen scored his second career hat trick and the Pittsburgh Penguins beat the St. Louis Blues 6-2. Bryan Rust had a goal and three assists, Jason Zucker had a goal and two assists, Sidney Crosby also scored and Evgeni Malkin added three assists to help the Penguins win their second straight and seventh in the last nine. Tristan Jarry stopped 26 shots for the Penguins. Pavel Buchnevich and Vladimir Tarasenko scored for the Blues, who have lost three straight and five of six after a seven-game win streak. Jordan Binnington gave up four goals on 17 shots before being pulled in the opening minute of the second period. Thomas Greiss had 19 saves in relief.
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Wycombe 2 Portsmouth 0: Neil Allen’s verdict – No hiding place for shocking blues amidst the splendor of the worst-performing Sky gimmicks of the season

Ronan Curtis challenges in Pompey’s dismal 2-0 defeat at Wycombe. Image: Jason Brown/ProSportsImages. Unfortunately there was no sound with the pictures. On the other hand, everything about the blues at Adams Park fell short of expectations. Much has been promised, a chance to capitalize on a dismal weekend for...
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Murphy bowls Victoria to Shield win

Adam Zampa was the headline act heading into the match, but a spinner eight years his junior stole the show as Todd Murphy’s hopes of securing a spot in the Aussie squad for next year’s tour of India received a massive boost as he and Will Sutherland bowled Victoria to a stunning win over NSW on the final day.
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