Yes, worth checking out. Funky setting in an old machine shop. Can't miss the fire pit out front. Food looked good (didn't have any myself) and I had a nice Pilsner.
The Cardinals can be done paying them after the 2021 season.
I like Thomas in the middle and I didn't mind that third line, as we saw in the game. Steen is back and Sanford is coming back, so it will be interesting to see if Brouwer can hold his spot.
Right, and there is this: The Blues won the Cup. Berube is rightfully rolling with the guys who have done it here. Others have to wait for injuries of abject failure.
Ask Vince Dunn about that. He got some alone time with Berube before the practice today. That game got silly with the up and down play. Fans got a show, but the Dunn/Faulk pairing in particular had a scary start to that game.
That is where the market has led them. There are some lefties still there and perhaps one of them will fall into a better price range.
I haven't seen that but, yes, if you grew up in Motown the Hoffa disappearance was one of those landmark events. Very impressive. Gone without a trace.
As for the Dallas thing, it's unusual for a coach to get clipped for cause . . . . with no explanation. Usually whatever went wrong was brought to public light. As for old-school coaching tactics, they have been out of vogue for a long time. The NHLPA is strong and the players are have good contracts. Frankly, they just don't have to put up with the bullying. These days coaches have to sell their program to the group, they just can't demand it. Babcock's failure reminds of that.
That;s a good call with Petro. He is logging a first-pairing workload AND handling the first power-play unit QB role. If not for John Carlson's big year, he could finally get in the Norris hunt.
Yes it is. Each team has tons of data on each player, so it's easy to identify areas that need improvement. In some cases, guys will be told to work on a new position or a different pitching role. But for most, it's just a matter of trying to improve ahead of spring training.
Yes. I get the case for Ohio State, but as good as that team is overall it does not have to play in the SEC. LSU survived the gauntlet and deserved the nod.
Right. If Pietrangelo turns out to be a rental, so be it. What would such a quality rental cost on the open market? A first-round pick, an elite prospect, another good young player and a conditional high pick.
Am I a bit dismissive today? Sorry about that. When somebody wants to dump Matt Carpenter on the Rockies as part of a Nolan Arenado deal, that can make me surly. But I am Susie Sunshine compared to my bad old days in those game day Rams chats.
I agree that the market is moving fast. I don't see the value in patience, unless Mozeliak is waiting for fruit to hit the ground and people to step on said fruit before he makes his move.
If pitchers came with warning signals, Price would be flashing like a Christmas tree.
Hall is a rental player and I do see the Blues trading all of that for a rental player -- especially given the salary cap implications. That would be stupid.
I will take Bull Durham over Field as my top baseball movie. The more you are around the game, the more that movie rang true.
I would re-sign Pietrangelo because he is really good and he is really important to the group. There will be plenty of places on the roster to find cap space as the franchise goes forward.