The Ochoman and Kris both believe that Troy Brouwer is the epitome of the way the Blues need to be playing. Kris shares a shocking fact about the Blues: Troy Brouwer and Scottie Upshall are the only current Saint Louis Blues players who have ever been as far as the Blues are now.
A very important guest today, Darren Pang from the Saint Louis Blues, calls in from The Scottrade Center to talk a little bit about the Blues and their postseason run.
Beating Chicago in the first round was unbelievable for everybody. The huge rivalry between the two teams created an atmosphere like no other. After beating Chicago in game seven at home and then beating Dallas in game seven at Dallas, the Blues have the momentum they need to take this all the way. Darren Pang believes that they have to keep their opportunities to a minimum and keep the puck away from Pavelski. Joe Thornton is not a big sniper, but he can make a difference.
The Ochoman repeats that he is tired of seeing this coach challenging off-sides. Darren Pang remembers not too long ago when the coach’s challenge was a brand new thing: it was meant to be used for goals, goalie interference, or if someone were to hit the puck with their hand out of play. Panger is in agreement with The Ochoman that they need to get rid of the off-sides coach’s challenge.
Mr. Pang explains his thoughts on Saint Louis Blues Hockey. He describes how fast the game is and how fast players are skating. Every player wants the puck, and they want it back as fast as possible. The Ochoman and Kris are hyped for the game later after talking with NHL announcer Darren Pang.