Behold the inspiration for the Kung Fu Bunny sculpture outside the Drinkscotch!
Onward to the news and linkage:
- The 'Note is in Phoenix taking on the Desert Dogs at the Jobing.com Arena (After a brief fact check, that's actually the name of the place. Feel free to insert your own "blowing the jobs" joke). Here's an AP preview for tonight's action.
- Here's Rutherford's preview.
- Mr. Rutherford also had a nifty analysis of seeds 5 through 15 for the rest of the season on his Morning Skate blog.
- Don't forget, we're on KPLR tonight at
9PM. Damn time difference.Actually, it's on at 8 p.m. CST.
- Jeff Gordon touches on some of the younger Blues during the playoff chase here
- ESPN hasn't abandoned hockey entirely. And it seems that they're now uncertain that KT will be on the move at the deadline.
- Opportunity to beat Erik Johnson TODAY on the Xbox360. No word if you go head to head with him in Tiger Woods Golf. Might have to sit through a sales pitch but if you have nothing better to do... (special thanks to Sean Gallagher, right handed pitcher for the Oakland A's)
- Still 3 points out, sports fans.
- And last night's results.
- There's plenty more action tonight around the league. Personally, I'm going to keep an eye on the game featuring two Western Conference teams tied at 65 points: Minnesota at Edmonton. Hell, you could start talking trash about that boring "trap" style of defense that the Wilds play over at Hockey Wilderness.
- I'm gonna go google "ombudsman" now after reading this.
- Mathieu Schneider scores a game winner for Montreal right after being traded to them. Awwwww, good for you!
- Tackle football free agency began recently. Here's a tracker of who's going where.
- Local Game Time commenter Poor College Student is on spring break this coming week. He will be sleeping past noon on most days.
- And here's a look at the weather rolling through St. Louis (sorry to all the folks outside the St. Louis area) over the weekend.
I'll leave you with the Technoviking video from 2000. I won't be around a computer for the GDT but I'll be commenting in spirit. Until next time...STEVE HOLT!