KMOX – As it stands right now, the St. Louis Blues are doing exactly what they need to be doing. Winning at home. Of course there are other smaller things making that happen, but the […]
The results are in for Week 17. Wheeler and Reardon are tied for first place with 39 points. The challenge will continue with a tiebreaker on Wild Card weekend! Check back to see who wins.
You don’t see NBC highlight the problems with horse racing during Kentucky Derby do you? No. You don’t see them focus on any corruptness with the International Olympic Committee do you? No. Why is it done in hockey?
Keep your fingers crossed. The St. Louis Blues have begun an important week of hockey and it’s not just in the win/loss department. If all goes well, come Friday, the Blues could be facing some of the bigger decisions they have faced all season. Who plays, and who sits? On the surface it may seem easy, but that’s not always the case.
This week’s scores are in and Wheeler has taken the lead with 37 points. Reardon is a close second with 36 points.
One thing is very clear, listening to Diedre’s response to the criticism they are receiving (and as she said, “My words are his words”) both she and Albert were ill prepared for the ramifications of their decision to leave and both were tremendously naïve as to what it would mean in terms of image, reputation, and other factors.
The results are in for week 15! Reardon and Wheeler are tied for first place with 34 points. Warmann is hanging on in third place with 32 points.
If you’re looking for a break from the post Pujols angst of a baseball off-season, or tired of the same old re-run from Rams Park, it’s time to take a stroll to 14th and Brett Hull Way. The resurgent Blues are on a roll and making waves in the ever-tough Western Conference.
A very even week for the Reardon Football Challenge saw six of our eight contestants pick three games correctly. The three-way-tie at the top has been whittled down to two, with Mark Reardon and Kevin Wheeler leading the pack at 31 points each.
The bottom line is right now this is an exciting change for the NHL and one that is being embraced as a good one. There are still a few tweaks ad changes expected, and it is up to Gary Bettman as to when it will be officially implemented. When that happens it will be a strong new era for the NHL.