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Daily Bernie: Dec. 8 – The Blues’ Season Thus Far; Who’s Left for the Cardinals?

By Luke Schnake | December 8, 2016 | 0 Comments

It’s been an eventful week on the MLB hot stove front, just not so much for the Cardinals. Some are fine with this and others’ heads are no doubt exploding. Either way, Bernie’s got you covered with plenty of Thursday chatter on John Mozeliak and the Cards’ hot stove, or lack thereof. Your host also …

Daily Bernie: Dec. 1 – Armstrong Deserves Credit for Perron Signing; ASG Back to Normal

By Luke Schnake | December 1, 2016 | 1 Comment

The Blues’ signing of David Perron wasn’t met with overwhelming enthusiasm this past offseason, but the once and current Blue is making sure good vibes surround his latest stint. Bernie welcomes Jeremy Rutherford to discuss all things Blues, including Doug Armstrong’s hand in putting Perron back in a Blue Note sweater. Bernie also welcomes Joe …

NHL Analyst Thinks Blues Will Trade Shattenkirk for ‘Real Value’

By Luke Schnake | November 29, 2016 | 1 Comment

Kevin Shattenkirk’s name has become more or less synonymous with the phrase ‘trade talks’ going back to this time last year. This is a tough pill to swallow for some Note faithful, given the defender’s 11 assists and four goals through 23 games this season. Shattenkirk is an extremely deft offensive defenseman and at times …

Daily Bernie: Nov. 28 – Blues Defenders Are Lettin’ It Eat, Mizzou Ends on a High Note

By Luke Schnake | November 28, 2016 | 0 Comments

Your St. Louis Blues have won six (and tied one) of their last ten games, and currently sit second in the Western Conference just four points shy of the dreaded Blackhawks. The Note can thank stellar play on both sides as well as between the pipes for the surge, but a trend that could lead …

Six Reasons the Blues Have Turned Things Around in a Hurry

By Randy Karraker | November 21, 2016 | 1 Comment

It’s amazing how quickly things change in sports. Last Tuesday, before the Blues beat the Buffalo Sabres, they were in fourth place in the Central Division and had picked up just seven of a possible twenty points their previous ten games. Now, they have a three game winning streak and have moved into the Western …

Daily Bernie: Nov. 18 – Schwartz Has Big Night for Blues, MLS Expansion Looking Good for STL

By Luke Schnake | November 18, 2016 | 0 Comments

Your St. Louis Blues have won the first two of their three-game homestand, and if they win tomorrow night against Nashville, that’s called a winning streak. It has happened before. All jokes aside, Jaden Schwartz had a stellar performance in Thursday’s 3-2 win over San Jose, a satisfying outing against their ouster from last postseason. …

Daily Bernie: Nov. 16 – Fabbri Ponies Up and Drops the Gloves, Cardinals Rebuilding?

By Luke Schnake | November 16, 2016 | 0 Comments

The Blues and their fans were embarassed after Saturday’s 8-4 loss in Columbus and needed a pick-me-up. Tuesday’s 4-1 home win over Buffalo was a nice touch. Sure, the Sabres won’t be in President’s Cup contention this season, but it’s more about HOW the Blues responded, especially Robby Fabbri. Fabbri fired up his bench and …

Insiders Talk “What the Hell” Is Wrong With Your St. Louis Blues

By Luke Schnake | November 15, 2016 | 0 Comments

To begin his recent interview with Blues beat writer Jeremy Rutherford regarding the team’s recent woes, Kevin Wheeler asked the apt question of, “what the hell?” Wheels prefaced the interview by saying he would have some “pressing questions” for JR, but our resident Blues insider had hoped for another to kick off their discussion. “Well. …

Too Early to Talk About the Blues Firing Ken Hitchcock. They’re In Transition, Remember?

By Bernie Miklasz | November 15, 2016 | 6 Comments

Given the acute short-attention span disorder that’s common in the the NHL and in press boxes, the early-season cawing over Blues coach Ken Hitchcock was inevitable, predictable and comical. Going into a three-game home stand that opened Tuesday night, the Blues were drifting through a troubling 2-4-1 stretch, and the world is supposedly coming to …

Daily Bernie: Nov. 14 – What’s Going on With the Blues?, Mizzou Ends SEC Losing Streak

By Luke Schnake | November 14, 2016 | 0 Comments

The Blues dropped their fifth in seven games Saturday at in what looked like a baseball score, 8-4 to Columbus. What the devil is going on with the Note and who’s to blame? Bernie gets into this on Monday’s show and also offers some Blues takeaways alongside executive producer Travis Green. Your host also breaks …