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The only thing more heartbreaking than losing Game 2 to the Colorado Kroenke’s Avalanche was seeing a less-than-whole Vladimir Tarasenko exist as a non-factor in a playoff game. Not-so-fun fact: … Continue reading Is Vladimir Tarasenko finished, or just temporarily a shell of his former self?
The moment has finally arrived. Klim Kostin, the wrecking ball also known as a young Russian hockey player, is with the St. Louis Blues and could skate tomorrow. Nothing has … Continue reading Why Klim Kostin is the tough guy (with skill) that the Blues need for the playoff run
What if I told you that one could suck at their job and continue to keep it? They could do just about anything to make matters worse for the business, … Continue reading 5 reasons (or excuses) why Zach Sanford is still starting for the Blues
Sports fans can be a fickle bunch. Uber-passionate and diabolically vindictive. Hitting a walk-off home run last night means they smile, but if you strike out in the eighth tomorrow, … Continue reading Buffa’s 5 Things: Is Taylor Hall’s talent worth his clubhouse trouble?
How we doing? It’s Saturday, the sun is shining-at least here in St. Louis, Missouri-and the grass is getting greener by the day. It’s a great time to be alive, … Continue reading Fox Sports Midwest gets new look and new name, but Sinclair Broadcasting continues to leave sports fans in the cold
Yadier Molina is a king. Maybe THE King. In St. Louis at the moment, he is the legend that never dies. Somehow, reeling against the rigors of Father time, Molina … Continue reading Buffa’s 5 Things: Yadier Molina reminding the youth who the king is never gets old
The move proves that Doug Armstrong is a first class businessman and better thief than Danny Ocean.
Does the player’s personality get strangled by the protectiveness a team shares over his freedom? What if players could get away with some fun, just like the old days? Does … Continue reading Brett Hull thinks hockey today is boring, and someone created false outrage over it
*Originally seen in the Feb. 15th edition of the St. Louis Game Time newspaper. Often in life, people who we don’t know personally are the ones who snap us out … Continue reading “That’s life for you!” Being humbled by Jay Bouwmeester’s collapse