Blues can't get it done in SO
Alex Pietrangelo discusses the Blues' shootout loss to Calgary.
Blues beat Oilers, win 6th straight
Alex Pietrangelo on being named to Canada's Olympic Team and the Blues' win over the Oilers.
Road to Sochi: Team Canada
FOX Sports Midwest's Darren Pang talks with Alex Pietrangelo , Jay Bouwmeester and Doug Armstrong about the importance of representing Team Canada, the team selection process, preparation for Sochi and their Blues teammates who will represent other countries.
Blues can't keep up with Sharks
Alex Pietrangelo on the Blues' 6-3 loss to the Sharks.
Welcome home: Blues sign Paul Stastny to four-year deal
four seasons at $7 million annually, which makes him the Blues' highest paid player per average annual value. Alex Pietrangelo is next at $6.5 million per season, followed by Alexander Steen at $5.8 million per year. The son of former
Reason to hope: More than any Blues team in years, this group was built for the playoffs | FOX Sports on MSN
David Backes, T.J. Oshie, Alex Pietrangelo , Jaden Schwartz and Vladimir ..... players such as Oshie, Backes, Pietrangelo and Shattenkirk maturing and ..... and a defensive unit led by Pietrangelo and Bouwmeester that ranks as
Blues' Olympians quickly shift focus from Sochi back to the Cup
It didn't take long for Alex Pietrangelo to switch his focus from winning ..... One more to go this year,'" Pietrangelo said. "... Now our goal is ..... also worked for Team Canada. Pietrangelo and fellow defenseman Jay Bouwmeester
Red Wings keep Blues down with 3-0 shutout
T.J. Oshie (head), David Backes (foot) and Alex Pietrangelo (undisclosed) led a long list of scratches for the Blues. Oshie has 60 points, Backes 57 and Pietrangelo 51. The Red Wings were outshot 7-4 in the first