Seattle Kraken Captain and Alternates Announced

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On Monday, October 11th, the Seattle Kraken captain was named. On the day before opening night, Seattle announced Mark Giordano would serve as their captain heading into the inaugural campaign. To serve alongside him, the franchise selected Jordan Eberle, Yanni Gourde, Adam Larsson, and Jaden Schwartz as alternate captains. All five of the players chosen […] READ MORE


2021-22 St. Louis Blues Must-Watch Games

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After a very short stint in the playoffs and a strange offseason, hockey season is finally right around the corner. If you haven’t memorized the schedule yet, here’s a guide to some of the must-watch games of the 2021-22 St. Louis Blues season. Saturday, October 16, 2021 To start off the 2021-22 St. Louis Blues […] READ MORE



Seattle Kraken Contenders Immediately in Weak Pacific Division

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Despite having yet to play a single NHL game, people have high expectations for the Seattle Kraken. Never before in the league’s history have expectations been this way for a brand-new team. For the most part, new franchises experienced little to no success for at least their first few seasons. After all, they had very […] READ MORE


Report: Forward Jaden Schwartz to Sign With The Seattle Kraken

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According to a report from Jeremy Rutherford, the Seattle Kraken will sign free agent forward Jaden Schwartz when free agency opens tomorrow. As an expansion team, the Kraken had an exclusive window to negotiate with pending free agents ahead of the expansion draft. Stay tuned for details of Schwartz’ contract. Update: Schwartz to Seattle appears […] READ MORE



2021 St. Louis Blues Offseason Primer

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As a shortened and hectic offseason approaches, Last Word on Hockey is looking ahead towards how teams will deal with the reality of a flat salary cap. In terms of building a franchise, the offseason is the most crucial time of the year for front offices. However, due to COVID-19, the short-term future of how […] READ MORE


Can the St. Louis Blues Win Without David Perron?

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St. Louis Blues fans were just celebrating David Perron getting his 56th, 57thand 58thpoints of the season Thursday. With his 56thpoint, he became the first Blues player since Pavol Demitra in the 2002-03 season to average a point per game. Blues fans were looking forward to watching Perron do his thing again in the playoffs. […] READ MORE