Nobody bats 1.000, but during my time at the hockey rink, his batting average is pretty good.
I think that trip to Philly was more about Team Canada Olympic team business, scoutnig, etc.
There are times he looks like a budding star. Occaionally, he still tries too much of the fancy stuff - trying to weave through traffiic, dangles, etc. I think Tuesday was one of those nights. But he's getting better at that. And there are times when he waits a little too long to shoot. But he's still been among the team's most productive players. I believe he has 25- to 30-goal potential.
Didn't I ansser this one earlier?
I have no problems at all with Berube. I respect him and enjoy the give-and-take. And I think he respects me. We have a fnie relationship, IMO. I think fans sometimes read a liittle too much into the postgame Zooms.
Either that, or his head was about to explode. Again, I don't blame him.
Walker has always been effective in small doses - he's shown that, when called up previously from the AHL. I'm not sure about long-term in the NHL.
I'm telling, he's been dealing with something lately. Not sure if it's injury or ailment related. But he's been dealig with something. And some fans have been down on Schenn. But he's still dealing with the rib injury that had sidelined him previously. (I originally thought it was hand/wrist related, but it's a rib issue.) Although Berube said Schenn is getting better.
Well, no new injuries or COVID cases to report on. Nothing new really on Thomas and Perron. Armstrong said today they're still day-to-day. Won't play Thursday, and both are still undergoing some testing. He also said Blues hope to have more info on Husso and Walman on Friday.
Anything's possible with Armstrong, but I think a top 4 defenseman would be a bigger need.
He's here. I even gave him some Russian restaurant recommendations in StL.
A little, I guess. But we're still dealing with a small sample siize. So I'm gongi to pump the brakes on the Brown-mania a bit.
Since I've been on the beat, I'd say Robby Fabbri for Jacob de la Rose. Not that Fabbri has been a superstar for Detroit, but the Blues didn't get much out of de la Rose. And before my tmie, Lou Korac says maybe the trade wtih Buffalo for Ryan Miller that involved Jaroslav Halak and Chris Stewart.
Yes, not to the extent of baseball. But it in in the game. Not that I understand any of it.
Not sure on that. Supposedly a team must carry a minimum of 20 players on its roster at all times. Although the Blues dressed only 19 on Tuesday, Perron and Thomas remain on the roster even though they are injured.
The way this season has gone, I'm not ruling anything out.