Why does the Blues have so many clues?

If you’ve watched the Blues last year, you know they were never able to play their best hockey.

They were a mediocre team that couldn’t get anything going offensively and had their worst defense when they needed it most.

So the Blues decided to change their whole roster, bringing in some players from other teams to make a push for a playoff spot.

It worked.

The Blues have won five of their last seven games and are now in first place in the Central Division.

But the Blues’ defense is so bad, they’ve allowed at least one goal in nine of their past 10 games.

It’s a scary stretch of games that has the Blues in a bind.

And that’s before the fact that the Blues are tied for the fifth-fewest points in the league.

So how can the Blues improve their defense and make this season better?

Here are six things the Blues can do to help their defense improve and get back into the playoffs.

1.

Make the defense more physical.

The defense is supposed to be a team that’s able to defend against a lot of different players.

But it seems like they haven’t really gotten much of a head start.

It looks like their defense is struggling to get stops in recent games, as evidenced by their 5-on-3 struggles.

That’s a sign that the defense is getting a little bit rusty.

So I’m going to try to make the defense a little more physical and stick with my 4-on/5-on style.

That way, if a player is going to beat me, I can still beat them with my physical play.

That means having a better mindset when defending, knowing when to use the stick and when to play a little higher up the ice.

That should help with the pressure on opposing players.

2.

Keep a better focus.

There’s a lot going on in the Blues defense right now, which is a lot.

It can be hard to keep up with all the moves the defense has to make to help get the puck out of their own zone.

The fact that they’re playing a lot more with their blue line and their forwards has to do with that.

The teams play more physical when they play more.

They need to be able to make quick decisions and make the right play, which takes a lot out of them.

It just doesn’t happen often enough.

3.

Make it harder for teams to score.

The biggest issue the Blues need to solve is their power play.

It seems like the Blues do a good job of scoring chances when they get the opportunity, but their power plays aren’t good.

They are averaging 2.78 power plays per game.

I’d like to see more consistency on the power play, especially when they have a better power play goal differential.

If the Blues score more, the power plays will come, and when they don’t they’re a very dangerous team to play against.

4.

Improve the powerplay.

The most important thing that can be done to improve the power-play is to play more minutes in your own end.

This has been a big problem for the Blues, as they’re currently on a nine-game losing streak.

If they can get their powerplay to start hitting the net more, they’ll be much more dangerous.

5.

Make sure their penalty kill is better.

The way the Blues play the game right now is to go with two or three men on the ice, but that has to change.

I’ve talked about this before, but the Blues really need to have a good penalty kill.

The penalties need to get a lot better.

And the way they play it right now it’s pretty simple: two defenders, a goalie and a forward.

If you have two defenders on the team, it’s difficult to get the goalie out.

If it’s two forwards, you have to do the same thing.

That gives a lot less room for mistakes, which can lead to penalties.

I think it’s really important for the defense to improve and help the penalty kill get better, especially because the Blues don’t score many goals.

6.

Make more adjustments.

One thing that is really important in this game is making more changes.

It doesn’t matter what the coach tells you.

Just try to get more comfortable with your new role.

For example, I want to make sure the guys in my unit are on their game.

It takes a while for guys to get comfortable with that new role, so I want them to do that.

They can’t just go around telling everyone what to do, they need to stick to their game and not try to play the other way.

It might take a few games to get used to that, but it’s not going to be hard.

It will take time.

And it’s going to take time for everyone to adjust.

If everything goes well for the rest of the season, the Blues will have a strong team. They’ll