For the first time since last March, the Blues are playing a hockey game at home, in the Enterprise Center. David Perron, in particular, is happy to be back and happy to be playing in front of a crowd - a small crowd of first responders:
“I think it’s definitely different to be at Enterprise,” forward David Perron said Sunday. “But I think just the feeling for us players to walk into the building, to park our cars and walk underneath all that, just get that feeling back. It’s fun to walk in that building, every time I do it I still get excited about playing a game there. It’s going to be fun, regardless.
“Obviously, we want fans and hopefully starting to see some faces of people in the stands, people kind of get used to that again, start feeling like it’s normal again and we start increasing the number as we go.”
The lines are a bit different tonight, all in the name of generating chances. They’re a testament to the Blues’ depth, but a true testament to that would be a win.
This is your GameDay Thread. Comment like it’s good to be home.
Let’s do this. Let’s Go Blues.