- 1 What happened to Jay Bouwmeester?
- 2 Who is the best player on the St Louis Blues?
- 3 Did Jay Bouwmeester have Covid?
- 4 Who is injured on the St Louis Blues?
- 5 Is Jay Bouwmeester career over?
- 6 Is Jay Bouwmeester going to retire?
- 7 Who has the most goals for the Blues?
- 8 What is the highest scoring Blues game?
- 9 When did Bernie Federko play as a Blue?
- 10 Is Jaden Schwartz hurt?
- 11 Is Tyler Bozak injury?
- 12 Is Carl Gunnarsson injured?
What happened to Jay Bouwmeester?
Jay Bouwmeester says he has retired, 11 months after he collapsed in game. NHL defenseman Jay Bouwmeester announced his retirement to The Athletic Monday, 11 months after he collapsed from a cardiac episode during a game. Bouwmeester, 37, won a Stanley Cup with the St. Louis Blues in 2019.
Who is the best player on the St Louis Blues?
But whatever the case may be, these are the top 15 players ever to wear a Blues sweater.
- Bernie Federko. 15 of 15. Bernie Federko is the best Blues player in history.
- Brett Hull. 14 of 15.
- Brian Sutter. 13 of 15.
- Garry Unger. 12 of 15.
- Al MacInnis. 11 of 15.
- Chris Pronger. 10 of 15.
- Mike Liut. 9 of 15.
- Pavol Demitra. 8 of 15.
Did Jay Bouwmeester have Covid?
Louis Blues captain Alex Pietrangelo says teammate Jay Bouwmeester is in good health some seven weeks after having a cardioverter defibrillator implanted in his chest. Pietrangelo said he and his teammates have occasionally stopped in to see Bouwmeester while the NHL is on hiatus because of the coronavirus pandemic.
Who is injured on the St Louis Blues?
2020-21 St. Louis Blues: Injuries
|1/15/21||Bortuzzo, R.||Upper body|
Is Jay Bouwmeester career over?
Bouwmeester officially announced his retirement from hockey on January 11, 2021, exactly 11 months after his cardiac arrest incident.
Is Jay Bouwmeester going to retire?
After 17 NHL seasons with the Florida Panthers, Calgary Flames, and St. Louis Blues, defenceman Jay Bouwmeester is officially hanging up the skates.
Who has the most goals for the Blues?
St. Louis Blues ‑ All‑Time NHL Leaders
What is the highest scoring Blues game?
November 7, 1968. Red Berenson scores an amazing six goals as the Blues shutout the Philadelphia Flyers, 8-0 in Philadelphia. Berenson went on to score 35 goal that season to lead the Blues. The NHL record for the most goals in one game (seven) was set by Joe Malone on January 31, 1920.
When did Bernie Federko play as a Blue?
During his 13 seasons as a member of the Blues, Federko led the Blues in scoring nine times, including eight consecutively from 1979-86, along with three straight 100-points seasons from 1984-86.
Is Jaden Schwartz hurt?
Schwartz is day-to-day with an upper-body injury. Schwartz has been out since November 16th and remains day-to-day with an upper-body injury.
Is Tyler Bozak injury?
Bozak (concussion) will return to the Blues lineup on Wednesday. Bozak has missed seven weeks with a concussion that he suffered on a blindside hit from Mark Stone on January 26th. Bozak, who has two assists in seven games this season, will likely centre the third line on Wednesday.
Is Carl Gunnarsson injured?
Louis Blues got more bad injury news Tuesday with word that defenseman Carl Gunnarsson won’t play again this season and forward Ivan Barbashev is out at least six weeks. Gunnarsson injured his right knee when he got tangled up with Kings forward Gabe Vilardi midway through a 3-0 loss to Los Angeles on Monday night.