Wayne Gretzky got sick of Keenan in a hurry.
Frank sensed that the ice was melting under his feet. His coaching tenure looks much better in retrospect, right? But he had a tough time overcoming the skepticism his hiring created and the Miami cloud that hung over him. And fans didn't like his reliance on transfers -- which, as it turns out, is where the industry is heading. Frank is not a bad coach. Could hold up in this SEC? That's debatable, because the league is much tougher.
I can see Binnington getting Jakob Markstrom money.
1,000-to-1. He was almost done anyway due to chronic back problems.
If somebody wants to take on that contract, they should give Mozeliak a call.
Nah, he's just doing his job. The players have bought into the whole revenue-sharing-is-bad thing theory and so they are stuck with a system that is easily gamed by the owners. Meanwhile NFL, NBA and NHL players get their fair share of the revenues.
I assume this is sarcasm.
You too, Baseball is back and let's hope that helps us put 2020 behind us.
With half of the top players gone, it can become difficult to score. That said, yes, the Blues should squeeze a bit more from this group. A few power-play goals would help. They have enough talent for that.
Theoretically both the added time playing together along with some guys getting healthy should make the Blues better. Remember that they did not have a full training camp. And the condensed schedule makes it hard to hold meaningful full-roster practices.
It will be a multi-racial, mult-cultural team as always.
Martin is not getting fired after making his second NCAA Tournament in four years.
OK, that's it for this week. See you next time!