St. Louis Blues Set for Back-to-Back Road Games Before Homestand
The St. Louis Blues are gearing up for a challenging stretch on the road as they prepare for a back-to-back set of away games. Following these games, the team will enjoy a well-deserved three-game homestand next week at their home arena, Enterprise Center.
The Blues have been dealing with a hectic schedule recently, with only three of their last 13 games taking place in front of their home crowd. This grueling stretch has tested the team’s resilience and ability to perform under pressure.
On Friday, the Blues will face off against the Columbus Blue Jackets at 6 p.m. CT. Fans can catch the game on Bally Sports and listen to the action on 101 ESPN. Excitement is in the air as both teams look to secure a vital victory.
Head Coach Craig Berube has confirmed that there will be some lineup changes for Friday’s game. These adjustments come after the team’s morning skate at Nationwide Arena, where players hit the ice to fine-tune their skills and strategies.
One notable change is the return of Jakub Vrana to the lineup. Vrana will be making his first appearance since November 28, replacing Sammy Blais on the fourth line. This return brings added depth and scoring potential to the team.
In addition to Vrana, Tyler Tucker is also set to make his comeback to the lineup. Tucker’s last game was on November 30, and he will be replacing Marco Scandella. This change will provide fresh legs and a strong defensive presence for the Blues.
Furthermore, goaltender Joel Hofer has been announced as the starting netminder for Friday’s game. Hofer’s enthusiasm and skill between the pipes will be crucial in helping the Blues secure a victory on the road.
As the Blues continue their journey through the season, they will rely on their collective effort and determination to overcome the challenges that come with playing away games. Fans eagerly anticipate their return to Enterprise Center for an exciting homestand that awaits.
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