That is a fun commercial. Just saw it last night, after I came home from the Blues game. And yes, I think he cn do it. And no, I didn't always think tht would be the case.
I think the drop dead date on going is Jan. 10. (Someone correct me if I'm wrong.) So we've got a ways to go on that. I don't think the NHLPA would be happy. For the Blues, I'd say O'Reilly and Binnington for Canada; Krug and Faulk both have a chance for Team USA, Buchnevich and Tarasenko for Russia
That 10-game rule applies only to players who are coming to the NHL from junior hockey. So it doesn't apply to Perunovich.
Hmm. Interesting poinit and one that I'm not going to categorically diismiss. But 3 of his 7 goals are wristers from 20 or more feet. And even with his recent dry spell he is still on a pace for about 26 goals.
I like watching all the Russians and the many combinations. But the one I liked the most was Kostin-Barbashev-Buchnevich. I was gongi to call them the KBB (get it?) but they were together for only 3 games.
And you've come to this conclusion after watching Husso in 3 games this season?
Wife got a honey-baked ham for Thanksgiivnig. Still enjoying the leftovers. Baked chips.
I actually checked on this during the chat and don't have much. But I was told hes doing well and will be on Team Sweden in the upcoming World Juniors.
Yes, you did. Unfortunately, it's part of the ESPN contract with the NHL, isn't it? I think the Blues have one more game on ESPN+ (P.S. - My wife is not a fan either.)
I'd be all for it. And fi he's available - I believe he's an RFA - I'm sure the Blues will look into it.
He played right all throughout college, so I don't think it matters to him. And no, I don't think that will have any effect on what happens with Scandella.
Based on his miinutes, I don't think the issue is his back. Plus, he's been a regular at practice.
IT's puzzling to be sure. But are any of the people you know getting tested once every three days?
Time to go. I got to all but a few questions. If I missed you, sorry. Try Jeff Gordon's cht later this week. Thanks for your participation. Until next time. . . . .