In a league getting faster, why should the Blues bring back a slow, tired old man?
Olli Jokinen didn't get much of a chance to assert himself after being traded over from Toronto by way of Nashville. He really should be given a chance to play next year . . . in a Blues uniform.
Goc isn't bad. In fact he is outright decent. But the Blues have better options than the aging conservative ho-hum of Goc. Especially if we are going to get all "reckless" like our "new" coach says we are.
Keeping Goc Gives Four Lines 50% or Better Face Off Winners.
Blues Shouldn't Fall Into The Jay McKee Trap Again
Zbynek Michalek is one of the most solid Blues defenders and needs to be resigned and slotted in the top 4.
Chris Butler isn't bad, but he isn't that good, and St. Louis fans should hope that we DO NOT need his services next year.
Could Keeping Another Local Kid Be the Key to A Championship?
If this writer has its' way, Adam Cracknell should be allowed to attempt to flourish elsewhere. Again.
Versatile Forward Needs to Be Given Chance to Prove Himself in NHL.
Part of our continuing series, we look at the arguments in favor and against keeping the key Blues UFAs. This time we look at Chris Porter. Guess we are stretching the "key" part a bit here.
Porter - noun, 1. a person hired to carry burdens or baggage, as at a railroad station, a hotel, or hockey team.
Part of our continuing series, we look at the arguments in favor and against keeping the key Blues UFAs.
Should Jackman continue to be the longest tenured Blue?