St. Louis Blues: Could This Be the Year They Bring Home the Cup?

March 5th, 2012 by Ian Barry Leave a reply »
This season the St. Louis Blues have a legitimate shot at winning the Stanley Cup, and could arguably be the favorite in the Western Conference.

This season did not start as well as the front office thought it should have, and after an average 6-7 start to the season the team made the move to fire coach Davis Payne and brought in Ken Hitchcock to take over the team.

Hitchcock taking taking the bench seemed to set off what would become a great season for the Blues. Hitchcock is a great coach to have for success, while he would like to forget his years in Columbus he had major playoff success in Dallas and Philadelphia, where he only missed the playoffs once in his first season with the Stars.

With a really good coach behind the bench the Blues have really turned into a team that is greater than the sum of its parts, which is a really good sign to the people of St. Louis because a really great team is better than the sum of its parts. Great teams are not just great players all on the ice looking to have a great night, great teams are built from a group who all do their job for the betterment of the team.

When Hitchcock took over the tea ...

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