Nikita Soshnikov trade is a prime example of the youth movement focus

Everyone has been waiting to see what the Blues first trade would be, if they were going to make a move at all. Enter Nikita Soshnikov, a player when healthy is a fairly effective player. The Blues only gave up a fourth round pick in 2019 draft which they could easily gain that lost pick … Continue reading Nikita Soshnikov trade is a prime example of the youth movement focus

Nolan Stevens wins Beanpot Title, prime for pro hockey

College hockey is a great thing that gets underappreciated each and every year. Sure there are pockets of cities where its importance is more prevalent but overall it doesn't reach the levels of say, college football or basketball. That said one of the more followed college hockey events on the calendar is the Beanpot Tournament. … Continue reading Nolan Stevens wins Beanpot Title, prime for pro hockey

Cap Mania: A new deal for Carter Hutton tells a greater story beyond him

*Editors note: I wanted to give a brief thank you to anyone who has read anything on The Note Lives On so far in 2018. The responses have been positive especially on the new section "Cap Mania". The original plans was to have a once a month post about a random players contract but I've … Continue reading Cap Mania: A new deal for Carter Hutton tells a greater story beyond him

Despite suspension, Robert Thomas is more than just trade bait

Trade rumor season is in full effect. A favor hobby of many is to play the game of how many trade pieces it takes to nab a top line winger, center, goalie etc. A prospect that has brought quite a bit of attention in those rumors is the center Robert Thomas. https://twitter.com/GeneralsUpdates/status/959463833063444480 Chances are if … Continue reading Despite suspension, Robert Thomas is more than just trade bait