That's great for the State of Hockey. Awesome fans up there. And this will be another nice showcase event for the Blues.
There was mixed messaging, so the Cardinals doubled down on Jeff Albert by eliminating all dissent among hitting coaches. Let's just say that the resulting clarity has produced the desired results.
I could see Dunn having some value in Calagary. On another team he could be a 40- to 50-point defenseman.
What's up with that? He needs to play pro ball somewhere. At worst he can rake in good coin in Europe. He's ready to get paid for real. I'm a fan. Mizzou is going away from the traditional post offense, despite having Mount Wilmore in the program still, but I'm guessing Cuonzo would take a call form Kofi's camp. His recruiter moved on to Kentucky and I suppose the Wildcats would find room for him.
No, Cuonzo Martin just made the NCAA Tournament. He has set up a roster that should be competitive this seasn before doing damage in 2022-23. That will be a pivotal year for him.
Since the Chase Daniel days, I'd say yes.
No, because Tyler O'Neill is looking more and more like a cornerstone hitter for a team that needs cornerstone hitters.
Randal Grichuk is the same guy in Toronto that he was here. He is just making more money now.
Trades, yes. Significant trades? Not holding my breath, unless there is play that provides big value beyond this season.
Unlikely. The Nationals have moved into the chase and they will be less likely to make trades. And if they do, teams with a chance to win big in the postseason will outbid the Cardinals for a prime rental pitcher. They Cards might be 15 games out by the trade deadline, or worse, so what would be the point?
He would be a special case, since his impact was more as a builder of the sport than a player. But there are worse players in the Hall, so they would not have to put his plaque in a corner somewhere.
If the goal is to allow officers to focus on violent crime, then that's a good thing. But what does it mean? Goals are great, but the city must see results. The problems are huge, decades in the making. For the sake of St. Louis let's hope the solutions aren't decades in the solving.
Agreed. Colton had an excuse, with a bad back problem, but Robert's step back was most disappointing. Both players have a chance to be special.
Great, but there are not a lot of marketable players on this team outside of the key young guys who offer both potential and cost control. I do not see the Cardinals trading much from that pile, given all the circumstances.
Many factors are weighed, including the team's salary cap projections for the coming years. When looking at an indivudual player, his remaining contract, age, injury history, trade value and personality fit factor into the decision as well the long-range organizational depth at his position.