Why the Blues’ handcrafted house may have been the key to their Stanley Cup win

Posted December 12, 2018 06:15:56When it comes to the building of an NHL team’s home, there’s a lot of research that goes into building it.

But the construction of an entire team’s hockey arena, especially one in an affluent suburb, can be an even bigger task.

It’s not a matter of if, it’s when.

That’s because the NHL is looking at a lot more than just the team’s name, which is why the Blues are in the final stages of designing their home for the 2018-19 season.

There are a lot different pieces to the puzzle, according to the Blues, who are in negotiations to finalize a deal with a home builder.

“It’s been an incredible journey to get here,” Blues head coach Ken Hitchcock said.

“We’re not finished yet.

The building process has been a challenge, and we know it will be, but it’s been worth it.

The Blues are seeking to put their home on the market by the end of the month.

They’ve had their work cut out for them, but the Blues hope to make a deal before the season even begins.

And the work will begin this weekend when the Blues open up their season against the Pittsburgh Penguins.

Here’s a look at the Blues current home, a house that will go on the list of things to be included in a new team’s design.

How the Blues chose their home:The Blues have made a number of modifications to the existing house.

First, the entire home was designed around an existing roof.

That was the goal.

This is one of the few houses in the NHL that is designed to be used as a home and then converted into an arena.

The rest of the home is made of solid wood, which the team has opted for in part because it’s more resistant to mold and rot.

The home also includes a new roof, which has been engineered to be flexible, allowing the team to adjust the house in the event of an emergency.

To get the job done, the Blues built a new kitchen, dining room, living room and living area, which are all finished in the style of the previous home.

The new kitchen also features a new stainless steel sink.

It also features an exterior patio that is angled toward the team building and is designed for a 360 degree view.

The kitchen is one area that will be significantly different from the previous house.

There will be a new fireplace and it will feature a custom made wood base.

This includes an 18″ wide, 16″ deep, 10″ high, and 6″ wide deep fire pit.

The rest of that space will be filled with the team equipment.

The team will also be making its own coffee and tea at the home, as well as a new coffee table and a coffee table book, which will be an important part of the new design.

The other area of the building that will make the biggest difference will be the bathroom.

It will have an existing shower, which Hitchcock said will be redesigned to accommodate the Blues new showers.

The bathroom will be finished with a custom wood floor, new shower and showerhead, and new vanity.

There are also many changes the team is making to the inside of the existing home.

There are now two new seats, and the entire inside of it will include a new wall and ceiling.

When the Blues got to the point where they were looking at whether or not they would be able to build the entire house on their own, they needed a way to make the home work without sacrificing the style.

Hitchcock said the team did some research on how to do this.

Some of the different ways the Blues could do this, according the team, include adding a fireplace, an existing fireplace, a new bathtub, a large wall of windows, a ceiling fan, a door to the living room, and a new front door.

They also used the home as a base for the new home.”

There’s a process in the building process that we’re going to be going through to try and find the right way to go about this,” Hitchcock said, “but we’ve been really excited by how it turned out.

“The house will also feature a new exterior patio.

The team said it will have a new window, and there will be new lights, as opposed to the older lighting.

It’s not just about the interior.

The new exterior also will be much more visible from the inside, as it will add a new entrance to the home.

The exterior of the Blues home will include an old-school wood-paneled entrance that will house a new bench.

Inside the new exterior, the team said, there will also now be a fireplace and new flooring.

There will be more than 60 new