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
Two friends talking hockey back in the spring.
Tom Stillman and the Blues launched an initiative that should produce 25,000 hockey players by 2020.
Patrick Kane may or may not have raped someone, but that’s not the real reason for Blues fans to hate him.
The Riverfront Times took a shot at the Cardinals and hit Blues fans instead.
The 2015-16 season presents another opportunity for the Blues to live up to the promise. Will they? Flip a coin first.
Bryce Salvador did things his way during his 14 year NHL career, which included 7 seasons in St. Louis. My article on the retiring defenseman.
Now that the latest playoff exit for the St. Louis Blues has sunk into the heartbroken minds of fans across the Lou, it’s time to look at some options this … Continue reading 5 Remedies For The St. Louis Blues
Brian Elliott has waited his turn to be the main man in net for the St. Louis Blues. By circumstance, injury or natural default, Elliott hasn’t enjoyed a smooth ride … Continue reading Brian Elliott Stands Tall For The Blues
My first memory when David Backes comes to mind is from last April. When Backes got rocked by Brent Seabrook in a playoff game with the Blackhawks. Any other player … Continue reading Appreciating The Versatility of David Backes
When I heard about legendary goaltender Martin Brodeur possibly putting on the Note and blocking a few shots for the Blues, I didn’t know what to think. I grabbed my … Continue reading 5 Reasons to Like Brodeur in St. Louis