Tag: St. Louis Blues

Can’t Miss Kentucky Derby Bets, World Series, Stanley Cup Predictions. Built on Dopey and Toothless

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LOUISVILLE, KY – It’s Derby Day.  To many this day means hats, mint-juleps, pomp and much circumstance.  To me the Kentucky Derby is simply a pleasant reminder that there are some people in Kentucky with a full set of teeth.  That being said, these people are hardly the target market of the ponies.  Myself and […]

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Divine Intervention? New York Rangers Win Stanley Cup!

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JERUSALEM – Sunday School is now in session! Well, sort of. This will be a bit of a Biblical narrative associated with the New York Rangers pathway to Lord Stanley’s Cup. Sure, Moses used a staff – not a hockey stick – as I would have preferred, to part the Red Sea while leading the […]

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NHL Playoffs: Montreal Dirtbags, Nick Holden, Jake Allen

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MARLBORO, NY -The NHL Playoffs are something I just can’t enough of–even with the NBC family of networks giving us wall-to-wall coverage of every game of every series. On a nightly basis I watch roughly six hours of hockey a night and yesterday was a 9-hour marathon, so today I’ll report on two of the more […]

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NHL Heats Up: Hot Hockey Girls, Rangers Hopeful, Playoffs Preview

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NEW YORK, NY – We’re getting down to it. Its the penultimate weekend of the NHL regular season and there are still a few things to play for. Locally, the New York Hockey Rangers clinched their playoff berth earlier this week. It was a rough West Coast swing for the Blueshirts. After missing eight games […]

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Derek Jeter Worst Yankee Ever, LeBron Mind Games, Harvey to Cylcones, Polish Baseball Scandal!

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CONEY ISLAND, NY -Today we’ve got big stories to get to, including Derek Jeter being the Worst Yankee Ever, LeBron James playing mind games with all of us, Matt Harvey going to the Cyclones and… a Polish Baseball Scandal revisited!  Gads, this will be fun! Derek Jeter: How in the world can we call a […]

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Yankees Surging To Playoffs? NHL Ice Time Heating Up?

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NEW YORK, NY –  It was a pretty good week for the Bronx Bombers. They took three of four from the defending World Series Champion Kansas City Royals. Granted, they are still in last place in the AL East and well below .500. But there are some signs of life for the Yankees who have […]

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Fatso Hits A Homer, Boy George Kentucky Derby Queen, Couch Potato Sports

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BRONX, NY– I’m dog-sitting on yet another overcast/rainy Seattle-like Saturday. It’s just me, my dog Biscuit and the vociferous Griffey for an extended weekend. I’ve really got to teach Angry Ward’s dog Griffey (yep, that Griffey) how to “drop a deuce” in the rain in quicker fashion than he does now. It’s almost as if […]

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Blaber’s Blabberings: Ryan Miller Trade, Ariane Raymondo-Felton, Sandy Alderson Fiasco

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“You will pay for this. This is not over, you’ll see!!” –Ariane Raymondo-Felton, possibly/allegedly. EL BARIO, BRONX: Batten down the hatches!! Snowpocalypse 6: The Unstoppable Force is coming our way. My Bully Pulpit was bare until Wednesday when the sports news gods shined upon us. So this day, the 1st day of the third month […]

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Not Sick of St Louis Sports? Cam James Will Get You There

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ST. LOUIS, MO – Most of you tuning in today might be thinking that I am going to do nothing but gloat about my hometown’s current position in the sports world… and you’re right.  The Rams managed to get Matt Schaub cheered off the field and have me giddy – at a modest 3-3 record. […]

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Balls Johnson: NHL Playoffs Best In Team Sports

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“…the most exciting playoffs in all of sports are in full swing.” ST. LOUIS, MO – 31.8 seconds.  31.8 seconds…..  That was all that stood between the Blues and a game one victory Tuesday night in the 3rd period.  Then, out of nowhere, a glove-side wrister propelled a game that was seemingly open and shut into […]

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