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Topic - David Backes
Ryan Miller was supposed to be the piece the St. Louis Blues needed to make a deep playoff run and perhaps at long last win a first Stanley Cup. The highly-decorated goalie was among those falling fall short for a franchise smarting from another early exit, and he might not be back.
Duncan Keith came clean: He just wanted to clear the puck out of danger. Somehow, it found Jonathan Toews' stick.
St. Louis Blues captain David Backes has returned from an upper-body injury for Game 5 of the first-round playoff series against the Chicago Blackhawks.
One more game, and the Chicago Blackhawks will have linchpin defenseman Brent Seabrook back in the lineup.
St. Louis center David Backes was scratched Wednesday night for Game 4 of the Blues' first-round playoff series against the Chicago Blackhawks due to an upper-body injury.
St. Louis Blues center David Backes will miss Game 3 of their first-round playoff series against the Chicago Blackhawks on Monday night due to an upper-body injury.
Blackhawks defenseman Brent Seabrook has been suspended for three games for his hit on Blues center David Backes during their first-round playoff series.
In the first period, Ryan Miller looked like the goalie who limped home 0-5. For the final 80 minutes, 26 seconds, the St. Louis Blues saw the cool, confident backstop they acquired to make the deep playoff run they've long sought.
After the Colorado Avalanche shut out the St. Louis Blues on the road, coach Patrick Roy was still throwing down.
David Backes enjoys playing in Toronto. The sights. The sounds. And, getting a hat trick isn't too shabby, either.
Pittsburgh coach Dan Bylsma wants his high-powered team to get used to playing tight-checking playoff hockey before the postseason begins next month.
With Vladimir Tarasenko and T.J. Oshie both out of the St. Louis Blues lineup, captain David Backes stepped up to fill the void.
Ryan Miller used his head with the game on the line.
Once the shock and emotions of leaving Buffalo and the Sabres began to wear off, goalie Ryan Miller began looking forward to the challenge he and Steve Ott will face in living up to the St. Louis Blues' expectations.
David Backes went to Sochi hoping to bring home a gold medal with the U.S. hockey team. Instead, the St. Louis Blues' captain brought back a couple of stray puppies.
"This is the playoffs," Backes told reporters in St. Louis. "This is what we play all year for. Getting up for these games shouldn't be an issue. Fighting through a few bumps and bruises for guys really makes that pain subside. We'll roll out 20 good bodies out there and we're going to stick together and play great hockey."
Blues captain David Backes said the start of Game 1 was the "track meet" the Blackhawks desired.