I looked up again and saw four horses coming from two mountains; one of the mountains was red and white, and the other was blue and yellow. The first horse was hazel, the second was ebony, the third was purple, and the fourth was oak, and each of the horses was filled with power. So I turned to the angel and asked, "What are these, my lord?"
The angel of Yahweh replied, "These are the four saviours of heaven, who stand before Yahweh and have been sent out to do his work. The hazel horse has come from the east, so he will be the vessel of Yahweh's anger against any who dare stand against you from the east. The ebony horse has come from the west, so he will stand tall against any who dare rebel from the west. The oak horse has been delayed for a time, but he will come from the south, destroying everything in his path on his way to meet with the other saviours."
Then I saw the powerful horses going out, and it looked like they were struggling, but then the angel shouted, "Have dominion over all the earth!" and suddenly they were filled with furious strength. Then the angel of Yahweh called to me and said, "Look at how the hazel horse has been the vessel of Yahweh's anger, destroying Yahweh's enemies from the east!"
The St. Louis Blues have been one of the best teams in the NHL at outshooting. They're solidly in the top ten in outshooting with the score close, and have outshot opponents overall by a rate of 4.7 shots per game. The biggest problem has been in net. As a team, the Blues have an overall save percentage of only .900, which is well below average. If we look just at regulation losses, things get much worse. The Blues have lost nine games in regulation so far this season, and in those nine games, the team's save percentage is .803, and there have been only two losses in which the Blues allowed three or fewer goals. In those same games, the Blues have averaged 2.44 goals per game, so it's not as though these were all unwinnable if the goalie was playing well. Of course, not all shots have the same chance of going in, so it's possible that the Blues abandon the defensive zone when they get behind, which leads to the goalie facing many more high quality scoring chances. On the other hand, it's possible that the goalies simply haven't played well when the Blues lose, and need to be better if the Blues hope to make the playoffs.