St. Louis wins 6-3 at Phoenix.
Halak pitches shutout, Tarasenko & Stewart each score two goals.
Dan McLaughlin, Cards tv play by play announcer, joins Kevin Wheeler to talk about the Cards recent struggles and possible return of Chris Carpenter and others. Blues forward Chris Stewart comes aboard to talk about […]
While the Blues had a good season as a team last year, it was not a good one for Chris Stewart.
Stewart, 24, appeared in 79 regular season games for the Blues last season posting 30 points.
Sports Open Line starts off with CBS Sports radio host, Tim Brando. Kevin and Tim talk about the upcoming Bowl games in college football. If there’s anyone who knows anything about college football, it’s Mr. Brando. Just can’t get enough college football? Senior national college football writer for Rivals.com, Tom Dienhart, joins the show. Which bowl-game should you be paying attention too? To close out Sports Open Line, St. Louis Post Dispatch sports’ writer, Jeremy Rutherford, talks Blues’ hockey.
Listen in to this edition of Sports Open Line with your host, Kevin Wheeler. Hear comments on Mike Matheny’s changes to the coaching staff, you’ll notice a few new names. Legendary NHL coach, Scotty Bowman, joins the show to talk about being inducted into The St. Louis Sports Hall of Fame. Scotty also recalls his career, and discusses St. Louis Blues’ head coach, Ken Hitchcock. If you were tuned in to the Blues’ game last night, then you saw and heard about Chris Stewart’s hit on Niklas Kronwall. Stewart received a 3-game suspension, and listen in to hear from former Blue, and now head of NHL disciplin, Brendan Shanahan. Shanahan discusses a 2-minute review of this hit, and why Stewart was given this suspension. Also, hear from Blues’ defensemen, Alex Pietrangelo. Alex talks to Kevin about the changes the Blues’ have made under the management of Ken Hitchcock. .
Chris Stewart has been given a suspension for hitting Niklas Kronwall from behind into the boards in the first period of the Blues 2-1 win on Tuesday night.
Kari Lehtonen stopped 36 shots, Loui Eriksson scored short-handed, and the Dallas Stars hung on to beat the Blues 3-2.
The Blues got two goals from their defensemen to take a 3-1 lead. Shattenkirk converted Langenbrunner’s backhand feed at 3:39 of the second and Pietrangelo’s one-timer from the right point with 4:30 to play gave the Blues a two-goal advantage.
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