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18 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Doug Armstrong. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Doug Armstrong, often where they are interviewed.

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18 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Doug Armstrong. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Doug Armstrong, often where they are interviewed.

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Segment 2 - Doug Armstrong 8/28/20

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Army joins
Aug 28 2020 · 27mins
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Behind the Bench - Episode 53 - Craig Berube & Doug Armstrong

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Jul 23 2020 · 48mins
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The Best of Rivs & BK – July 14, 2020 – Blues GM Doug Armstrong likes where the Blues sit compared to the competition & the Cardinals strength suddenly became a concern

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11:00 - The Cardinals bullpen went from clear strength to another question mark. Who will emerge as the closer?

11:15 - The NHL's willingness to discuss the complications with COVID-19 might have taken a step in the right direction yesterday

11:30 - MLB Network analyst Mike Petriello would like to see the Cardinals go with an outfield of Carlson, Bader and O'Neill

11:45 - Questions & Answers

12:00 - Blues insider Jeremy Rutherford is gaining confidence that the NHL will be able to finish this season

12:15 - Did Matt Holliday change Jamie's mind on his expectations for Dylan Carlson?

12:30 - The Chiefs seem to be re-signing everyone this offseason

12:45 - Blues GM Doug Armstrong likes where the Blues are sitting under the cap compared to their competition

1:00 - The Junk Drawer

1:15 - The Athletic MLB writer Eno Sarris says Carlos Martinez still has the talent to be the Cardinals' second best starter

1:30 - Are we sure...?

1:45 - The Crossover
Jul 14 2020 · 2hr 18mins
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Behind the Bench - Episode 47 - Craig Berube & Doug Armstrong

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Jun 11 2020 · 48mins
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The Tim McKernan Show Ep. 348 – Doug Armstrong

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Blues GM Doug Armstrong is the guest on this episode of The Tim McKernan Show. Tim and Doug discuss the potential return of the NHL, Alex Pietrangelo, and how the pandemic has affected the Blues front office strategy.

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May 13 2020 · 27mins
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The Best of Stalter & Rivers – April 17, 2020 – Doug Armstrong is staying busy, we need a ruling on BK's puppy birthday party & the most anticipated sports doc ever?

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10:00 - Marco Scandella is a Blue for the long-haul

10:15 - Jamie says the Scandella extension & the unknown from COVID-19 could lead to a short-term extension for Alex Pietrangelo

10:30 - We need a ruling on BK spoiling his dog during the quarantine

10:45 - Questions & Answers

11:00 - James Laurinaitis walks down memory lane with the things he misses most about St. Louis

11:30 - The Dan Le Batard Show isn't giving us our proper credit for saving the NBA season, either!

11:45 - Is this the most anticipated sports documentary ever?

12:00 - Kolten Wong is ready to play whenever and wherever he's needed

12:15 - The Blues have every level of the organization on the same page

12:30 - Cam Newton's options are limited, and it could mean his best option is taking a backup gig

12:45 - The Junk Drawer

1:00 - The NHL is going to have a flat cap next season

1:15 - If you could get a reboot of any show, what would it be?

1:30 - Joey Chestnut says he misses the rivalry he had with Kobayashi

1:45 - The Crossover
Apr 17 2020 · 2hr 52mins
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Segment 2 - Doug Armstrong 10/4/19

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Doug Armstrong stops by
Oct 04 2019 · 32mins
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Doug Armstrong, St. Louis Blues General Manager

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Deb Placey sits down with Doug Armstrong, St. Louis Blues General Manager.  Doug discusses how his father’s time as an NHL linesman influenced his life (1:27) and why he owes his career as a general manager to Bob Clarke and Bob Gainey (9:27). He explains the challenges he faced when first taking the GM job with the St. Louis Blues (13:21) and the magnitude of winning the Stanley Cup for the city of St. Louis in 2018-19 (14:46). He discusses his relationship with Craig Berube (19:07), what the key was to turning around their season to win the Stanley Cup (23:00), why it made sense for the Blues to trade for eventual Conn Smythe winner Ryan O’Reilly (24:40) and how much he cried after winning the Stanley Cup (32:26). He wonders if there will be a Cup “hangover” in 2019-20 and what steps his players and staff has taken to avoid one (35:05).
Oct 01 2019 · 37mins
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Episode 18 - RFA Contemplations & Doug Armstrong's Stanley Cup Blueprint

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The season is getting nearer and we've still only seen one of the major RFA's sign this offseason (Aho with the Canes).  We talk about the implications the Clayton Keller contract has on the Chucky deal and then we review a recent article from the Athletic in which Doug Armstrong, GM of the St. Louis Blues, provided his 5 characteristics that were essential to the Blues cup victory: 


  1.  Contract Efficiency 
  2.  Playoff Experience 
  3. Balance of Ages 
  4. Size & Skill on D 
  5. Game Breakers

How do the Flames stack up?

Sep 05 2019 · 54mins
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