I mean, if you can afford to live in Chicago and can take the winters, that is an awesome place.
Not the same guy. Barbashev has found his niche as a busy checker with a bit of finish. Toropchenko could become a power forward if he grows into his frame and picks up his tempo. Given his size, the Blues will give him some time. So far he hasn't taken a big step at the AHL level.
We can expect Benn to bang around a bit Saturday. The Stars were not happy with their last game with the Blues.
Yes, it's early. Get back to me in April on this.
The Cardinals business model has been far better at delivering World Series than, say, the Los Angeles Dodgers business model.
This season could be an adventure. Definitely not the same old same old.
Somebody is starting to get some peer pressure in here.
I believe the Rams leaving and roasting the STL on the way out made fans less invested. The XFL is a fun late-winter diversion, but it doesn't replace what the NFL once was here.
No. The ice usually OK at best.
I know whining when I see it. I've been doing these chats for years. We have lots of constructive talk about what the team does or doesn't do well. And then we get some whining.
And again with the Cardinals, the issue hasn't been willingness to spend as much as not spending as efficiently as they could. We have to beaten that topic to death in these chats -- and, yes, that means being critical of management.
That's not going to happen. The USFL tied to play that game and crashed and burned. It will take exponential revenue growth just to get the XFL in position to land a bit of mid-level NFL talent.
Oh, they just love Mike Matheny in this chat.
That's a bit harsh. I think these games are more like early NFL preseason. Pretty good talent, just not the highest-end stuff.
Fans have a vote. If they stage a massive boycott this year, they will get management's attention.
On that happy note, I have to call off the jam. See you guys next time. Kevin, turn that frown upside down.