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In the race for a wild card in the Western Conference, the St. Louis Blues are leading.
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In the race for a wild card in the Western Conference, the St. Louis Blues are leading.


Originally published by Tyler Kuehl on Daily Faceoff; last updated on 1/30/24
Where have we previously heard this?

“There is no way the St. Louis Blues will make the playoffs; they are out of it.”

Even though it’s not 2019, the Blues are still trying to qualify for the postseason this year.

St. Louis, which currently holds the second Wild Card place in the Western Conference, is fourth in the Central Division after being undefeated for five straight games. Yes, they are engaged in combat.

The Vancouver Canucks, Seattle Kraken, and Los Angeles Kings—a team they are also fighting for postseason positioning—have all been defeated in overtime by the Blues, who have one game remaining before the All-Star break. These results demonstrate that the team is capable of rising to the occasion.

With just over a month before the Trade Deadline, St. Louis still has a chance to shape their own future even though there is still a lot of hockey left to play—34 games to be exact.

The prospects of the Blues making the playoffs are examined by Frank Seravalli and Tyler Yaremchuk on Tuesday’s edition of Daily Faceoff LIVE.

Frank Seravalli: As I observe the Blues…and I utter the word “meh.” Since then, they’ve been playing better.

If you were Doug Armstrong, you might be sitting there thinking, “Hey, it’s such an average, meddling race, that trading Kevin Hayes or one of my defensemen probably wouldn’t make the difference between me getting into the eighth seed.”

The complete show and segment are available to view here.

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