Found March 12, 2013 on
T.J. Oshie was the one who let the dogs out, and in this dog-eat-dog world, that might come back to bite him.
The Blues forward is reportedly in hot water after his dogs did some pretty impressive damage to his penthouse apartment in Missouri. According to the Courthouse News Service, Oshie is being sued by his landlord, who is claiming that Oshie’s dogs did $12,000 in damage to the St. Louis-area apartment.
“Defendant, during the lease term,” the complaint reportedly reads, “maintained two dogs which he customarily kept lockout out on the patio. During defendant’s tenancy, said dogs scratched and/or chewed on the custom screens, causing them to suffer irreparable damage necessitating the need for their replacement.”
According to the report, Oshie was paying $3,750 in rent, which makes the $12,000 in damages look pretty tame.
Stick tap to Puck Daddy for passing this along.
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Blues center T.J. Oshie is being sued by an apartment complex for more than $12,000 for alleged damages that his dogs caused to a Missouri penthouse suite.
The St. Louis Blues were able to come away with a big 4-2 victory over the San Jose Sharks on Tuesday night at the Scottrade Center thanks to a huge performance from rookie goalie Jake Allen, but may have lost another key part of its arsenal in the process.
Star forward T.J. Oshie left the game in the second period after suffering what looked to be an arm injury.
According to Rotoworld...
On Tuesday night, St. Louis Blues rookie goalie Jake Allen was between the pipes for the third time in the team's last four games. For the third time in four games with Allen in net, the Blues brought home a victory, which has caused some to wonder whether there is a goalie controversy brewing down at the Scottrade Center.
At this point, as was discussed on a recent episode...
ST. LOUIS (AP) -- Rookie Jake Allen made 39 saves, Chris Stewart led a balanced attack with two goals, and the St. Louis Blues beat San Jose 4-2 on Tuesday for their second win over the Sharks in three nights.
Brent Burns scored his first in his season debut at forward and Dan Boyle had a late power-play goal for the Sharks, who have lost four in a row and have dropped 10 of 12...
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Semi-quick, because I have to be at work at 6:00am.
My 3 Stars of the Game - same as the actual 3 stars. I can't really complain too much about it.
1. Jake Allen, STL. 39 saves on 41 shots.
2. Chris Stewart, STL. 2 goals, another dominating game.
3. Chris Porter, STL. The GWG goal, his 1st of the season, and pretty decent play on the 4th line.