Why? What am I missing? Sorry. Rain Man moment.
Don't think I've talked to him since the Kurt Warner induction into Hall of Fame, We;ve gotten along pretty well post-retirement. But he was tough to deal with as a player. Very moody. (Even around Rams employees.) He had all the Diva tendencies you'd see in an NFL player. But as an interview, if he felt like it, he could be engaging, witty, funny _ the entire gamut. Very smart. Very tough. Best all-purpose back in NFL history.
Geez. Now I have to start looking.
I'm not sure Bouwmeester is the least talkative. I might vote for Schwartz. Most talkative, in a landslide, Chad Johnson.
On my tombstone, I fear it might read: "Yeah, he covered the Greatest Show, but his purpose in life was to chronicle bad football and hockey teams."
I wouldn't bet against Larry Robinson, at least for a couple of shifts.
Hutton aside, I don't think they're missing any of them.
Tarasenko as a blocking fullback. They don't call him the Tank for nothing.
OK, decent not great numbers for Bobrovsky. Let's revisit this in another month.
OK, that's about it for today. Blues usually play better when they're rested and have a couple of practices under their belt. So let's see how they do tonight against Edmonton. Anxious to see how Kyrou does in the lineup. . . .Thanks for playing.