This March schedule is so odd. Tons of games, and somehow, a few days off. Odd.
- The Blues raised $70,000 for charity on Sunday. [Blues]
- Keith Tkachuk was back at practice Monday, but his return is still unknown. [STLtoday]
- Blues fan? Jewish? Have the Blues got a deal for you! Wait, that didn't come out right. [jewishinstlouis.org]
- Davis Payne preaches defense after the Blues didn't play any on Saturday. [Belleville News-Democrat]
- The Blues are trying to move past the Colorado loss. Also in this article: Paul Kariya is a cheating jerk. [St. Louis Post-Dispatch]
Here are your Blues playoff chances. [Sports Club Stats]
- Monday winners: Kings and Stars. [Yahoo! Sports]
- Tuesday's games. Things we want: Calgary over Detroit (just on principal), Florida over Minnesota and Columbus over the Ducks. [Yahoo! Sports]
- Is Nicklas Backstrom a Selke candidate? Maybe, but he's no Jay McClement. [Japers' Rink]
- Versus hasn't seen Stamkos. Note to Versus: Steven Stamkos is not Corey Perry, despite similar hair styles. [Puck Daddy]
- The general managers around the league are looking at head shots. [ESPN]
- The NHL needs to define what's legal in terms of hits to the head. [TSN]
- Marc Savard has a grade two concussion. Ouch. [TSN]
- Rich Nash has a lower-body injury. [TSN]
- This can't be real, but it's funny. A man breaks up with his wife in awesome way. [the Chive]
- Another Web site with a self-explanatory name. [Animals on Drugs]
- I dare you get this song out of your head. Ladies and gents, the Bacon Rocket. [Bacon Rocket]
So I saw this video about a week ago and just thought it was creepy. Apparently, everyone else on the internet agrees since I've seen it everywhere lately. Enjoy the creepy Russian lip syncher.
Thirteen years ago today, Christopher Wallace — better known as Biggie Smalls or Biggie — died at the age of 24.