Well it has been that kind of fairy tale year for the St. Louis Blues and their faithful fans, something we have all been waiting for, as the Blues ride right back to the top of the NHL standings (don't want to jinx it, but this fan thinks they will comfortably stay there). After last nights win against central division foes, the Nashville Predators, the Blues climbed to the top of the league, two points ahead of the East leading New York Rangers, who still sit with a game in hand however.
That was not all the Blues had to celebrate about last night, as the team also set some very impre...
The St. Louis Blues have announced that they have signed 2010 first overall pick (14th overall), Jaden Schwartz, to an entry level deal. He is set to join the team on Tuesday night when the Blues take on the Chicago Blackhawks.
Schwartz's Colorado College dropped their best-of-three series against underdog Michigan Tech, losing two straight games. The last, in a 4 - 3 overtime loss to the visiting Huskies on home ice at the World Arena in Colorado.
Jaden Schwartz, the Blues first round pick in 2010, will join the team after his Colorado College Tiger's lost in the Playoffs. Schwartz signed an entry level deal with the Blues today.
With the NHL trade deadline looming upon us, less than a week away, it is time to consider what options the Blues have. Although, in my humble opinion, and the thoughts of many other Blues fans I presume, it may be enough to sit back on this team and let the return of injured players account for any adjustment they may want to make. Because the worst thing that can come from any trade at the deadline is a rut in established team chemistry. Either way, whatever route the Blues decide to take, it is always fun to consider some trades that they could make.