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Three reasons to watch the Cardinals in 2015

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Andy Strickland tours memorabilia-packed basement of Blues captain David Backes

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Offensive awakening not enough for Blues to win at Vancouver

A long-awaited offensive explosion couldn't help the Blues grab an elusive road win against one of the Western Conference's top teams. It took a remarkable comeback for St. Louis to even earn a point in a 6-5 shootout loss at Vancouver, which moved back into fifth place with its fourth straight home win. As a result, the Blues fell to 0-7-1 away from home against the West's top five...
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Elliott rises to occasion in Winnipeg as Blues snap losing streak

The Blues might not be out of the woods just yet, but their goaltenders keep proving they can be saviors. Winnipeg native Alexander Steen put the finishing touches on a 2-1 shootout win over his hometown team, moments after goalie Brian Elliott got a glove on Andrew Ladd's long wrist shot only to see it trickle into the net. That may have been the only error made all night by the...
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New Rams QB coach Weinke offers unique combination of skill and experience

ST. LOUIS -- The Rams' new quarterbacks coach could provide just the right combination of energy and confidence needed to boost a floundering offense. Chris Weinke offers coach Jeff Fisher and his staff a unique set of skill and experience, one cultivated through a long and winding road that included a six-year detour in minor league baseball. He won a Heisman and national championship...
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Slow start, defensive lapses cost Blues against Montreal

ST. LOUIS -- Two nights after the Oscars, the Blues did everything but lay out the red carpet for Montreal's forwards on their direct path to the net. St. Louis didn't offer much resistance to the Eastern Conference leaders and fell 5-2 to cap off their first two-game home losing streak all season. Far too many mistakes on both sides of the red line left coach Ken Hitchcock searching...
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February 24, 2015  |  Discuss

Cardinals' starting pitchers 'set the tone' with early wake-up call

  Michael Wacha was late for work Sunday morning. Well, not technically late, but late according to a new routine introduced by Cardinals ace Adam Wainwright — and late enough that pitching coach Derek Lilliquist noticed Wacha speeding to the team’s training complex on Military Trail, a nearby road. Wacha arrived at 6:17 a.m. “Oh,” Lilliquist told him later, “that was...
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February 23, 2015  |  Discuss

Let bygones be bygones: Ray and Sims have become friends since SEC Championship Game

The last time Missouri defensive end Shane Ray and Alabama quarterback Blake Sims collided on the gridiron, Ray was ejected for targeting. That was last December at the SEC Championship game in Atlanta. In the two months since, the two have actually become friends, bonding with one another in Boca Raton, Florida, of all places. "Me and Blake train together so I talk to him every...
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February 21, 2015  |  Discuss

Blues look to continue their dominance over the Penguins

Frustrations appear to be taking their toll on the sputtering Pittsburgh Penguins, who haven't been able to stop the bleeding. Still, they know they're more than capable of turning things around. The visiting Penguins will try to do just that Saturday night against the St. Louis Blues, who own the league's best record over the last seven weeks. While Pittsburgh (32-17-9) sits comfortably...
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February 21, 2015  |  Discuss

For Cardinals, so few spring questions -- yet we have answers

ST. LOUIS -- Their lineup is set and their roster is almost set. So what does that leave for the Cardinals to figure out during spring training about their position players? The batting order, of course. Last season, it was all about finding a successor in the two-hole for Carlos Beltran. This spring, manager Mike Matheny has two other issues to focus on: • How to split up his...
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February 20, 2015  |  Discuss

Blues' Fourteen Fund Casino Night

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February 19, 2015  |  Discuss

Turnover-prone Tigers fall to Razorbacks

An 84-69 loss at No. 18 Arkansas Wednesday night makes it official: Missouri is enduring a historically bad season. The Tigers' 12th straight loss matched the school record last set in 1966-67. Missouri fell to 7-19 overall and dropped farther into the SEC cellar at 1-12. No other SEC team has fewer than four conference wins. 3-POINTERS First-half woes Though they stayed close early...
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February 18, 2015  |  Discuss

Fantasy Baseball Team Preview: St. Louis Cardinals

The Cardinals and success go hand-in-hand. Not only have they made the postseason for four-straight years, but they’ve made it to the World Series four times in the past 11 years. Also, in the last four seasons, St. Louis either won the championship or they lost to the eventual champ. ALSO SEE: TEAM PREVIEWS ARCHIVES Key additions: Jason Heyward, Mark Reynolds, Jordan Walden, and...
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February 17, 2015  |  Discuss

Mozeliak's pre-spring training Cardinals outlook

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February 17, 2015  |  Discuss

Lehtera scores winner, Blues beat Panthers 2-1 in shootout

SUNRISE, Fla. -- Jori Lehtera scored the winning goal in the fifth round of a shootout, and the St. Louis Blues beat the Florida Panthers 2-1 on Sunday. Vladimir Tarasenko also scored for St. Louis in the shootout, and Brad Boyes converted for Florida. Lehtera beat Roberto Luongo with a shot between the pads. Jaden Schwartz scored in regulation for the Blues, who are 15-3 in their...
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February 15, 2015  |  Discuss

Matheny, Maddon disagree on collision rule -- fuel for Cards-Cubs fire?

ST. LOUIS -- No one in baseball is a bigger proponent of the rule aimed at eliminating home-plate collisions than Cardinals manager Mike Matheny. No one in the game is a bigger opponent of the same rule than Joe Maddon, the new manager of the Cardinals' longstanding rival in Chicago. Might their difference of opinion bring a little more zing to the Cardinals-Cubs rivalry? Well, say...
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February 12, 2015  |  Discuss

Strong start and solid defensive performance give Blues edge over Coyotes

ST. LOUIS -- The Blues finally got a chance to play as the better-rested team, following a day off after back-to-back losses and three games in four days. Their energy looked better and stayed more consistent, though they still found themselves holding on for dear life at the end of Tuesday night's 2-1 win over Arizona, which was playing its third game in four days. Only some tremendous...
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February 10, 2015  |  Discuss

Tired Tigers worn down in worst home loss since 2006

COLUMBIA, Mo. -- Keanau Post tipped in a basket for the other guys. Deuce Bello, in his first start, took three starts and two of them were air balls. Jakeenan Gant tried to save a ball from going out of bounds but instead tossed it into the back of the backboard. And the Tigers let the other guys shoot 70.4 percent in the second half. Yes, the disappointments continued for Missouri...
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February 07, 2015  |  Discuss

Blues look to re-establish winning ways with victory over Blackhawks

With the Chicago Blackhawks mired in their worst scoring drought in years, not surprisingly Patrick Kane brought them out of it. They can build more momentum Sunday before going back to Chicago after a long trip if they can beat a division rival which rarely loses at home, facing a St. Louis Blues team looking to re-establish its winning ways after its worst defeat of the season...
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February 07, 2015  |  Discuss

Pacers grind out a victory against James and the Cavaliers

INDIANAPOLIS -- C.J. Miles had 26 points, George Hill converted a key four-point play and the Indiana Pacers ended the Cleveland Cavaliers' 12-game winning streak, 103-99 Friday night. Trailing by one with 1:26 to play, Hill hit an off-balance, one-handed 3 and was fouled taking the shot. He made the free throw to extend Indiana's lead to three points. Hill finished with 20 points...
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February 06, 2015  |  Discuss

Tyron Woodley's weekend: A risk, a fracture and a crucial UFC win

ST. LOUIS -- Unless you are a UFC fan, you probably have no idea who is the baddest professional athlete in this part of the world. But if you read this and think you still know someone who's tougher than Tyron Woodley, let me know. Because if there's anyone out there who can accomplish what the St. Louis welterweight contender managed last week, that person would make a heckuva...
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February 06, 2015  |  Discuss

Top 10 Yadier Molina offseason Instagram selfies

St. Louis Cardinals baseball can't come back soon enough. But in the meantime, here are 10 Yadier Molina selfies to get you through until pitchers and catchers report on Feb. 19.  No. 10 The "Baseball offseasons are the worst" No. 9 The "Meet me in St. Louis"  No. 8 The "Sweetdreams, Mr. Puig" No. 7 The "Six-time All-Star" No. 6 The "Let me help you out with that ERA" No. 5 The...
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February 05, 2015  |  Discuss

Bommarito Automotive Group weekend update

There are several sports stories and headlines for you to keep up with over the weekend. This Friday in the Bommarito Sports Update we help sift through it all to keep you updated. Some of the key story lines heading into this weekend are ... MIZZOU'S BIG WEEK Sure, his team's recent success has helped, but it was through the tireless effort and dedication of assistants Cornell Ford...
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February 05, 2015  |  Discuss

Post-Super Bowl cram session: The A-10, where the top isn't far from the bottom

ST. LOUIS -- As Saint Louis coach Jim Crews has pointed out, despite the won-loss records, there isn't much difference between the top and bottom teams in the Atlantic 10 Conference. And today there's even less difference than yesterday. The undisputed top team in the conference, VCU, has been diminished considerably because of injuries to its two best players. First, Briante Weber...
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February 05, 2015  |  Discuss

NHL tiptoeing into player and puck tracking technology

Imagine tracking Vladimir Tarasenko's every move on the ice in real time. It may not be far off. The NHL is experimenting with player tracking technology that could be available as early as next season for broadcasters and fans. During last month's All-Star Game in Columbus, Ohio, chips were put in jerseys and pucks to track everything from speed and movement to shift length and...
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February 05, 2015  |  Discuss
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