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Daily Bernie: May 5 – Reaves’ Kiss a Motivator?, Cards Get First Walk-off Win, Derby Breakdown

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A lot has been made of Ryan Reaves’ blown kiss to the Dallas Stars bench Tuesday night, but is enough enough? Bernie considers this with 101ESPN Blues Insider, Jeremy Rutherford. And could the Cardinals walk-off win be the shot in the arm the team needs? The host breaks down Wednesday’s 5-4 win over Philadelphia from all angles. Thursday’s show also ...

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Analyst Gives Two Approaches Dallas May Use to Bounce Back From Big Loss to Blues

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The Blues finally won a 2016 playoff game decisively Tuesday night to take a 2-1 series lead over Dallas. But it’s still only a 2-1 lead. NHL Network contributor Elliotte Friedman told Bernie Miklasz as much Wednesday, and also broke down the Stars goaltending controversy. Friedman gave insight on Ken Hitchcock’s handling of Vladimir Tarasenko as well, comparing the Blues ...

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Daily Bernie: May 3 – Tarasenko’s Defense, Cards Bats Awaken, Blues’ Game Three Keys

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Tuesday’s Bernie Miklasz Show has you covered for the Blues-Stars Game Three and throws in some high-scoring Cardinals offense for good measure. Interviews include former Phillies announcer, Gary Matthews Sr., NBC play-by-play man, John Forslund, and NBC Sports national columinist, Joe Posnanski. 7AM Hour Redbirds Reverb: Waino Keeps Trending Up Adam Wainwright hasn’t looked like a perennial Cy Young candidate ...

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Episode 37 – Bernie and Randy: The Podcast

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It’s been a wild playoff season so far for the Blues, and the Cardinals are just plain weird so far. That’s the gist of this episode. Here’s the rundown: 00:30 The Blues have not taken it easy on our hearts this postseason, but playing into May is a much-needed spiritual boost for STL sports fans. 2:00 The Blues’ veteran core ...

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Encouraging Trend For the Blues: More Goals From Their Defensemen

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In their first four trips to the postseason under coach Ken Hitchcock the Blues struggled to score goals. The problem was often acute, and the sparse goal total made a difference in close losses. I’ve written and talked about one aspect of this: the lack of offense, specifically scoring punch, from Blues defensemen. The Blues weren’t getting goals from enough ...

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