Is Vladimir Tarasenko finished, or just temporarily a shell of his former self?

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?

Buffa’s 5 Things: Yadier Molina reminding the youth who the king is never gets old

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 continues to look resilient behind the plate. The latest example came during a spring training game on Sunday. Astros facing off against the Cards. Jake … More Buffa’s 5 Things: Yadier Molina reminding the youth who the king is never gets old