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
Tip your drivers, please!
Have you ever sat down and just stopped for a minute? Forget meditation. Just sit down, put the phone down, look around, and merely exist for a few minutes. It’s … Continue reading 2021 New Year’s Resolutions: Start appreciating the little things more often
The move proves that Doug Armstrong is a first class businessman and better thief than Danny Ocean.
Five is a proud number. Ten is official. Six could be serious though. Hence the title of my latest chapter of rants. Six things that make me go boom inside. … Continue reading 6 Worthy Conversations: Why the Cardinals need to do whatever it takes to keep Yadier Molina around
Late last summer, when Kevin Wheeler was let go from 101.1 WXOS ESPN, I thought to myself, “well, at least Bernie Miklasz is still there in the mornings.” Today, that … Continue reading Why Bernie Miklasz without a radio show is a sad thing for St. Louis sports fans
*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
The good, bad, and the ugly of the year that was 2018