Found March 16, 2014 on Pro Sports Daily:
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Given the outdoor facility in St. Louis is named “Busch Stadium,” it seems unlikely St. Louis might ever host one of the outdoor NHL games sponsored by Coors. But a game in Nashville might be a good alternative. In an event that had that kind of feel, with lots of St. Louisans in the building and many more “tailgating” outside, it seems odd to label the Blues’ 4-1 victory over the Nashville Predators Saturday night as a road game. It seemed more like a neighborhood party. “It was amazing,” Blues forward Patrik Berglund said. “It felt more like a home game. After I woke up from my nap, I even heard ‘Let’s go Blues’ from the bars down the street. That’s pretty cool when you’re waking up from your nap and hearing that.” The outcome allowed the Blues to sweep the Predators 5-0-0 in the season series. It is the first series sweep, with at least five wins and no losses, since the Blues went 8-0-0 against the Los Angeles Kings in 1969-70. That would be the Eddie “Clear the Track” S
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