Tag Archives: NHL

January Thoughts

So this year I thought I would change things up. Rather than doing a weekly blog (which was my resolution in 2018 and I achieved! So see it is possible!) I will be doing a monthly list of things that … Continue reading

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2018, A Year In Review

Another year has come to a close. 365 years down and along with that a year full of memories. I know years go quicker and our minds become shorter as we age so let me help you out by taking … Continue reading

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Christmas Wish List, 2018 Edition

It is time for my annual Christmas Wish List for the St. Louis sports fan. Here is what I will be hoping the big man brings to Gateway City this Christmas. At the top of any St. Louis sport fans … Continue reading

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Blues Notes

I wrote a piece recently about the Blues trade for Ryan O’Reilly, well St. Louis GM Doug Armstrong wanted to keep everyone busy and decided he wasn’t done with his summer shakeup. He signed local player Pat Maroon to a … Continue reading

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Blues Look To ROR Into Next Season

It was quite amusing over the last two weekends with the NHL draft being held and then free agency starting. When the news of signing first started to trickle out the St. Louis Blues fan base had their ammo. One … Continue reading

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The End of the Sports World

I have long stated my thoughts on the popularity of the NFL. How it is not the game itself that the public is flocking to but rather fantasy sports and gambling that is driving the popularity. Now within the last … Continue reading

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Vegas’ Lucky Roll

As I write this the Las Vegas Knights are playing in the Western Conference finals of the NHL playoffs. This is after they won a division title, totaling over 50 wins and finishing with well over 100 points in the … Continue reading

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