Limit the Bruins to a couple of power plays and get another great game from Binnington.
There are exactly zero major league-ready prospects ready to make a difference in the Cardinals lineup.
It won't be real until it is. While some Blues fans are prematurely giddy, long-suffering fans know that disaster can strike at any time.
I won't go that far, but I am not banking of a long run for the new league. They all fail. They just do.
It's fine. Cost of living is reasonable and there is a good barbecue place on every corner these days. Life is good.
The voting was done a while back and I don;t see either Binnington or Berube getting an award. The playoffs will have no impact on that.
So,who is going to pay for that? The city passed when it had a chance to keep the Rams longer, so why would it spend huge dollars now? At this point I don't think there is anything you could do at the dome to make it competitive with the new stadiums with retractable roofs.
Marchand and Bergeron have been disappointments for Boston for sure. But they still have time to address that.
We've had NASCAR events over there for years. Nothing new -- and nothing on the scale of the NHL presence here.
Do they still run the Grand Prix of Monaco? I worked for a summer in Europe at a paper (Stars and Stripes) that covered Formula One events. That dude had a great gig. The World Cup, if in Western Europe, is also on that list.
He played some on the second line earlier in this series when they won a couple of games. And right now that team needs heart more than speed.
On this team, with all the forward depth, Backes might have a tough time playing.
Sure, go back to Dick Vermeil's title run. That was crazy. Nobody thought that team would be a juggernaut.
No. I don't see the Lakers cleaning up that mess.
I would qualify him for sure. Now, is somebody willing to pay Marcell anything like those dollars for multiple years? That is something he would need to think long and hard about.
As I said earlier, before the end of time the NBA and NFL could return. Rising oceans could wipe out a lot of coastal cites. But between now and the end of time don't hold your breath waiting for those leagues to return.
I believe you are viewing those plays with Blues-colored glasses.
Ah, Iron Mike. On that note I will pack it in. See you next time!