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: Wednesday night represented the first postseason game where Tarasenko didn’t record a single shot on goal since April 20, 2015. It’s been that long since … More Is Vladimir Tarasenko finished, or just temporarily a shell of his former self?
Let’s bypass the witty opening that, to be honest, may have you clicking out before any content is actually consumed. I’m just a boy, asking an internet skittle if they will be mine tonight. Allow me to export a few thoughts that are rattling around my brain. Some are heavier than others, but that’s life’s … More Buffa’s 5 Things: Rest in peace, “LouDog”
Why the fuck did Patrick Kane play FIVE more minutes than Tarasenko? That and more. … More Blues talk: Adjust or go home Hitch
Young Colin Schlereth has battled cancer since he was eight years old, and the St. Louis Blues have helped out a bit. … More “Can’t Stop Colin”: The true story of fighting cancer at a young age
Patrick Kane may or may not have raped someone, but that’s not the real reason for Blues fans to hate him. … More Blues fans: Hate Patrick Kane the right way
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 would have laid on the ice stunned and cold. Backes wasn’t having any of that nonsense. He got up like he wanted to exact revenge … More 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 legs to see if they were awake. I refreshed the page. Looked around. Here is a guy with 688 wins and 113 playoff wins. That … More 5 Reasons to Like Brodeur in St. Louis
This is the kind of story worth spreading around. In case you missed my Arch City Sports piece earlier this afternoon, here is my Oshie piece from the Olympics game this morning that was heard around the world. The story reminded me of Rocky 4. An American slaying a monstrous Russian dragon inside … More T.J. Oshie Becomes A Legend in Russia