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Where’s The Hate?

from Don Brennan of the Ottawa Sun, The familiarity of teams playing each other nine or 10 times was supposed to turn them into bitter rivals who wanted to rip each other’s head off, but that hasn’t been the case. In the last game of three in row that saw the Canucks beat Ottawa by a combined score of 16-3, there was seven insignificant minors that did not involve somebody named Brady Tkachuk. In years gone by, getting embarrassed like that would piss players off. When the Coy...
Tags: Sport, Blues, Ottawa, Canucks, Don Brennan, Ottawa Sun, Brady Tkachuk


Jonathan Quick blanks Blues as Kings’ win streak reaches 5 games

The Kings’ Gabriel Vilardi, left, scores a goal against the Blues during the first period of Monday’s 3-0 victory in St. Louis. (AP Photo/Scott Kane) Los Angeles Kings’ Gabriel Vilardi (13) is congratulated by teammates after scoring a goal during the first period of an NHL hockey game against the St. Louis Blues Monday, Feb. 22, 2021, in St. Louis. (AP Photo/Scott Kane) Sound The gallery will resume in seconds Los Angeles Kings’ Alex Iafallo (19) controls the puck in front of S...
Tags: Sweden, Minnesota, Sports, Toronto, Los Angeles, Sport, Soccer, Kings, Slovenia, Blues, San Jose, NHL, St Louis, Edmonton, Dustin Brown, Los Angeles Kings


Reinvigorated Kings will try to keep win streak going against Blues

Coasting atop the wave of a four-game swell, the Kings will seek their fifth and possibly sixth consecutive victories on a swing through St. Louis with games against the Blues on Monday and Wednesday. Fresh off a two-game sweep of the Arizona Coyotes, the Kings’ veterans have been reinvigorated this season. Center Anze Kopitar is tied for eighth in scoring and sixth in assists league-wide. Winger Dustin Brown is in the top 20 for goals and tied for third in power-play goals, and defenseman Drew ...
Tags: Colorado, Sports, Sport, Soccer, Kings, Blues, NHL, St Louis, Dustin Brown, Los Angeles Kings, Coyotes, Anze Kopitar, David Perron, Alex Pietrangelo, Jordan Binnington, Brayden Schenn


SOUTHAMPTON 1-1 CHELSEA | THOMAS TUCHEL BEMOANS HIS TEAM & CALLS OUT CALLUM HUDSON-ODOI.

It finished Southampton 1-1 Chelsea in a disappointing performance from Chelsea this afternoon. Chelsea boss Thomas Tuchel couldn’t guide his side to victory against Southampton on Saturday.  The Blues went into the match at St Mary’s boasting a 100 per cent record under the German. However, they were forced to settle for just a point instead.   Chelsea fell behind at St Mary’s on Saturday.   Liverpool loan star Takumi Minamino broke the deadlock in the 33rd minute, bamboozling the Blues ...
Tags: England, Sport, Soccer, Chelsea, Premier League, Liverpool, Southampton, Blues, Danny Ings, Frank Lampard, Stamford Bridge, Latest, Hudson, Atletico, Thomas Tuchel, Tuchel


NHL Short Notes

THREE HARD LAPS * The Blues rallied to their seventh comeback win of the season after Brayden Schenn tied the game late in regulation and David Perron scored the overtime winner. * Elvis Merzlikins posted his sixth career shutout since making his NHL debut in 2019-20 and backstopped the Blue Jackets to their 20th point of the season. * The Panthers, who boast a League-best .786 points percentage, are one of four Discover Central Division clubs in action Friday. Continue reading "NHL Sho...
Tags: Sport, Blues, NHL, David Perron, Brayden Schenn, Elvis Merzlikins


CHELSEA NEWS | TRANSFER TARGETS | AGENT RUDIGER | DEFENSIVE TWEAKS & MORE.

Welcome to the latest Chelsea news update here on the channel featuring the latest rumours and reports that have caught my eye in the last 24 hours.   Chelsea manager Thomas Tuchel has reportedly stepped up in his interest in Bayern Munich star Niklas Sule, as he attempts to bolster his defensive ranks in the summer transfer window. Indeed, it is understand Tuchel is already in talks with Chelsea's transfer chief Marina Granovskaia over a potential deal.   Centre-back Antonio Rudiger has adm...
Tags: Sport, Soccer, Chelsea, Premier League, Bayern Munich, Blues, Flick, Frank Lampard, Stamford Bridge, Latest, Krasnodar, Andreas Christensen, David Alaba, Vlog, Rumours, Bayern


The St. Louis Blues Plan To Re-sign Jordan Binnington

from TSN, St. Louis Blues goaltender  Jordan Binnington  is currently playing out the final season of a two-year, $8.8 million contract signed after he backstopped the Blues to their first-ever Stanley Cup in 2019.  The 27-year-old is off to another strong start this season, with a 7-3-2 record with a .918 save percentage and a 2.37 goals-against average. He's started 12 games, compared to just four for backup  Ville Husso , and Blues general manager Doug Armstrong told The Athlet...
Tags: Sport, Blues, Binnington, Jordan Binnington, Armstrong, Doug Armstrong, Ville Husso, TSN St Louis Blues


Tash Sultana: ‘The kicks in the gut don’t hurt so much any more’

After surviving drug-related psychosis, the teenage busker-turned-overnight global sensation has found space in the pandemic to slow downTash Sultana seems relieved to be approaching something akin to quarter-life enlightenment.Eight years after the Australian singer strummed and sung their way out of a seven-month-long drug-induced psychosis; seven years since becoming a solo busking sensation on Melbourne’s Bourke Street Mall; five years after a bedroom performance of their psychedelic-reggae ...
Tags: Music, London, Australia news, Soul, Culture, Pop and rock, Psychedelia, Blues, Victoria, Melbourne, Maldives, Brixton Academy, Bourke Street Mall, Australian Music, Tash Sultana


Bristol City 0-5 Chelsea: Blues thrash Robins to go five points clear at WSL summit

Chelsea go five points clear at the top of the Women's Super League with a dominant win at bottom side Bristol City.
Tags: Football, Chelsea, Blues, Bristol City, Robins


CHELSEA NEWS | ZIYECH & ZOUMA FUTURE UNDER TUCHEL? | BOATENG, UPAMECANO & VARANE CHELSEA TARGETS?

Welcome to the latest Chelsea news here on the channel with the futures of Hakim Ziyech and Kurt Zouma under Thomas Tuchel discussed along with three potential transfer targets.   What next for Kurt Zouma under Thomas Tuchel as defender reaches Chelsea crossroad. The Blues center-half has played just once for Chelsea since the 3-1 defeat to Manchester City in January. Chelsea has yet see the 'real Hakim Ziyech' and Thomas Tuchel may not help change that. The Moroccon star was a vital componen...
Tags: Opinion, Sport, Soccer, Chelsea, Manchester United, Manchester City, Real Madrid, Bayern Munich, Blues, Juventus, Roman Abramovich, Frank Lampard, Stamford Bridge, Latest, Psg, Kurt Zouma


Jackie Kay on Bessie Smith: 'My libidinous, raunchy, fearless blueswoman'

As a black girl growing up in 1970s Glasgow, poet Jackie Kay developed a passion for Bessie Smith. In this extract from her new book, she remembers the wild spirit who helped her find her true selfI was adopted in 1961 and brought up in a suburban house in a suburban street in the north of Glasgow. A small, semi-detached Wimpey house. Outside our house is a cherry-blossom tree that is as old as me. It doesn’t seem the most likely place to be introduced to the blues, but then blues travel to wher...
Tags: Books, Music, Race, Women, Life and style, Society, Culture, Vinyl, Blues, Glasgow, British identity and society, Jackie Kay, John Hammond, CBS Records, Wimpey, Bessie Smith


Ticket Tracker

In concert news, Springing the Blues announces a lineup, Pat Travers/Atlanta Rhythm Section show rescheduled.          [Author: Florida Times-Union]
Tags: Religion, Blues, Florida Times-Union, Pat Travers Atlanta Rhythm Section


Ducks pay for missed opportunities in another loss to the Blues

Mike Hoffman (68) of the St. Louis Blues raises his arms after teammate Sammy Blais (9) scored a goal against the Anaheim Ducks in the second period, taking the lead over the Ducks 2-1, in a game at the Honda Center in Anaheim on Sunday, January 31, 2021. (Photo by Leonard Ortiz, Orange County Register/SCNG) The puck gets past goalie John Gibson (36) of the Anaheim Ducks as Brayden Schenn (10), of the St. Louis Blues scores a goal in the second period to tie the score at 1-1 in a game at the ...
Tags: Sports, Sport, Soccer, Blues, NHL, Ducks, Anaheim-ducks, Thomas, Coyotes, Anaheim, Honda Center, Ryan Getzlaf, Gibson, St Louis Blues, Rakell, Hampus Lindholm


Ducks pay for missed opportunities in another one-sided loss to the Blues

Mike Hoffman (68) of the St. Louis Blues raises his arms after teammate Sammy Blais (9) scored a goal against the Anaheim Ducks in the second period, taking the lead over the Ducks 2-1, in a game at the Honda Center in Anaheim on Sunday, January 31, 2021. (Photo by Leonard Ortiz, Orange County Register/SCNG) The puck gets past goalie John Gibson (36) of the Anaheim Ducks as Brayden Schenn (10), of the St. Louis Blues scores a goal in the second period to tie the score at 1-1 in a game at the ...
Tags: Sports, Sport, Soccer, Blues, NHL, Ducks, Anaheim-ducks, Thomas, Coyotes, Anaheim, Honda Center, Ryan Getzlaf, Gibson, St Louis Blues, Rakell, Hampus Lindholm


Adam Henrique scratched from Ducks’ lineup in shakeup vs. Blues

ANAHEIM — Adam Henrique played in all 71 games of the Ducks’ coronavirus pandemic-shortened season in 2019-20. He played in all 82 games in 2018-19 and 57 games in 2017-18, after they acquired him from the New Jersey Devils in exchange for Sami Vatanen on Nov. 30, 2017. But when the Ducks took the ice Sunday to face the St. Louis Blues at Honda Center, Henrique was not in their lineup. Coach Dallas Eakins shuffled the Ducks’ lines dramatically less than 24 hours after a 6-1 loss to the Blues, th...
Tags: Sports, Sport, Soccer, Blues, AHL, NHL, Honda, St Louis, Ducks, Anaheim-ducks, New Jersey Devils, Anaheim, Nicolas Deslauriers, St Louis Blues, David Backes, Adam


Springing the Blues plans April music festival in Jacksonville Beach

Springing the Blues, the annual Jacksonville Beach music festival canceled last year due to COVID-19, plans to bring back the blues in April.          [Author: Florida Times-Union]
Tags: Religion, Blues, Florida Times-Union, Jacksonville Beach


John Mayall’s teenage obsessions: ‘I lived in a tree house until I got married’

As a huge box set of his work is released, the 87-year-old British bluesman reminisces about the thrill of discovering boogie-woogie piano and buying his first six-string in JapanI lived in Acre Lane in Cheadle Hulme, Greater Manchester, and became a teenager on 29 November 1946. My parents had divorced and I lived with my mother and my grandfather. The house was a bit crowded, so I built a tree house in the garden, which basically became my room, my world. I built it with window frames and tarp...
Tags: Music, Culture, Pop and rock, Blues, John Mayall, Acre Lane, Cheadle Hulme Greater Manchester


Tuchel accepts he must deliver trophies at Chelsea

London (AFP) – Thomas Tuchel accepts he will be judged on results after becoming the 13th Chelsea manager of owner Roman Abramovich’s 17-year reign in charge of the Premier League club. The Blues sacked club... Visit http://www.majorleaguesoccertalk.com for the rest of the story.
Tags: London, Sport, Soccer, Chelsea, Premier League, Blues, Roman Abramovich, Afp, Thomas Tuchel, Tuchel


Celeste: 'Black women singing soul, blues and jazz aren't being heard in the mainstream'

She was supposed to be the sound of 2020 until the pandemic stalled her progress. But with a relationship giving her fresh perspective for her debut album, she’s made up for lost timeCritics may adore the new school of British jazz – acts such as Moses Boyd, Sons of Kemet and Nubya Garcia – but it can still be difficult for the genre to nab mainstream listeners. Enter the 26-year-old singer-songwriter Celeste Epiphany Waite. Recording under her first name, her work harks back to soul and jazz cl...
Tags: Music, London, Adele, Soul, Culture, Pop and rock, Sam Smith, Blues, Jazz, Amy Winehouse, Celeste, Sarah Vaughan, Nubya Garcia, Moses Boyd Sons of Kemet, Celeste Epiphany Waite


Alex Pietrangelo Meets His Old Team Tonight

from Ben Gotz of the Las Vegas Review-Journal, Pietrangelo is wearing a new symbol on his chest this year. He’ll get to stare across the ice at his old one for the first time when the Knights host the Blues at 6 p.m. Tuesday at T-Mobile Arena. Thanks to the NHL’s new division-only schedule, it’ll be the first of eight meetings this season between the teams. “I knew this day would come eventually,” Pietrangelo said. “I’ve been joking that I guess if you’re going to do it, just do it ei...
Tags: Sport, Blues, NHL, St Louis, Arizona Coyotes, Alex Pietrangelo, Pete DeBoer, DeBoer, Pietrangelo, Ben Gotz, Las Vegas Review Journal Pietrangelo


Kings overpower Blues with early barrage of goals

Teammates congratulate Los Angeles Kings’ Jonathan Quick (32) after beating the St. Louis Blues 6-3 during the third period of an NHL hockey game Sunday, Jan. 24, 2021, in St. Louis. (AP Photo/Joe Puetz) St. Louis Blues’ Torey Krug (47) and St. Louis Blues’ Ville Husso (35) defends the net against Los Angeles Kings’ Trevor Moore (12) during the second period of an NHL hockey game Sunday, Jan. 24, 2021, in St. Louis. (AP Photo/Joe Puetz) Sound The gallery will resume in seconds S...
Tags: Sports, Toronto, Los Angeles, Sport, Soccer, Kings, Blues, NHL, St Louis, Dustin Brown, Los Angeles Kings, Andersson, Anze Kopitar, David Perron, St Louis Blues, Kopitar


Chelsea's Mason Mount: Jermaine Jenas praises Blues midfielder after goal at Fulham

Match of the Day's Jermaine Jenas praises the performance of Chelsea's Mason Mount after the midfielder scored in a 1-0 win at Fulham.
Tags: News, Chelsea, Blues, Fulham, Jermaine Jenas, Mason Mount


Middlesbrough 0-1 Birmingham City: Scott Hogan gives Blues victory

Scott Hogan scores the only goal at Middlesbrough to give Birmingham City their first win in seven Championship matches.
Tags: Football, Blues, Middlesbrough, Birmingham City, Scott Hogan


Ma Rainey robbed of complexity on a ‘Negro’ path leading nowhere

The life of blues pioneer Gertrude ‘Ma’ Rainey and her song Black Bottom have been turned into a film. Bongani Madondo laments its anticlimax The post Ma Rainey robbed of complexity on a ‘Negro’ path leading nowhere appeared first on The Mail & Guardian.
Tags: Music, Viola Davis, Movies, Films, Theatre, Netflix, Adaptation, Blues, Friday, Authenticity, Angela Davis, Chadwick Boseman, Ma Rainey, August Wilson, Rainey, George C Wolfe


Morgan Freeman talks about how entertainers are performing during the pandemic

As an owner of the celebrated Ground Zero Blues Club, Morgan Freeman talks streaming the blues.
Tags: News, Trends, Blues, Morgan Freeman, CES 2021, Ground Zero Blues Club Morgan Freeman


Which One of Alonso and Emerson Palmieri Should Chelsea Keep as Chilwell's Backup?

Left-back was a problem position for Chelsea until they brought Ben Chilwell to the club. The Blues have two natural left-back backup options in Marcos Alonso and Emerson Palmieri but neither of those two is good enough to command a starting role down the left.Now that Chilwell is at the club, though, the Blues and Lampard have to make a different decision. They have to choose which player to keep as Chilwell's backup and which one they should sell. Lampard has already admitted that he is look...
Tags: England, Australia, Opinion, Sport, Barcelona, Soccer, Chelsea, Italy, Spurs, Tottenham, Blues, Juventus, Ben Chilwell, Alonso, Sarri, Lampard


Zouma and Silva Help Chelsea Rediscover the Joy of Headed Goals

Back in Jose Mourinho's first managerial stint at Chelsea, the Blues were a real powerhouse when it came to scoring headers from set-pieces. The likes of John Terry, Ricardo Carvalho, and William Gallas would terrorize opponents whenever Chelsea had a corner or a free-kick in a dangerous area. Back then, the Blues were one of the most physical sides in the world and their opponents found that out first-hand. Focusing on Smaller, More Technical Players However, a lot of time has passed since th...
Tags: Europe, Opinion, Sport, Barcelona, Soccer, Chelsea, Epl, Sheffield United, Blues, West Ham, Jose Mourinho, Frank Lampard, Kurt Zouma, Thiago Silva, Mourinho, Maurizio Sarri


Will Kai Havertz Justify His Price Tag?

A high transfer fee can be the ruin of a player, and Kai Havertz is finding that out first-hand. The generational talent was one of the most wanted players during the summer transfer window and lots of clubs were vying for his signature.Chelsea were always rumoured to have been leading the chase, but because of Havertz being a once-in-a-generation talent and several clubs expressing an interest in him, the Blues had to pay £70 million to get the German international.That £70 million price tag ...
Tags: Opinion, Sport, Soccer, Chelsea, Blues, Barnsley, United, Bayer Leverkusen, Red Devils, Fernando Torres, Paul Pogba, Torres, Lampard, Pogba, KEPA, Kai Havertz


Frankie and the Fickle Fans - Should Chelsea Stick with Lampard?

When Frank Lampard came back to Chelsea to manage the club, Blues' fans were ecstatic that one of their own was in charge of the club. Lampard's predecessor, Maurizio Sarri, may have won the Blues the Europe League title, but he was far from a popular figure at Cobham.That wasn't the case with good old Lamps, though. Frankie was the club's record goalscorer, scoring 211 goals in a Blue shirt, won every title there was and was always a fan favourite. Great Start In his first season, he managed ...
Tags: UK, Sport, Soccer, Chelsea, Liverpool, Manchester City, Epl, Blues, Frank Lampard, Klopp, Leeds, Maurizio Sarri, Frankie, Lampard, Romford, Europe League


'All they want is my voice': the real story of 'Mother of the Blues' Ma Rainey

The subject of Oscar-tipped Netflix drama Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom was a pioneering queer black singer who battled white producers for controlWhen Florene Dawkins helped come to the rescue of a house that once belonged to Ma Rainey, the “Mother of the Blues”, it was boarded up, frequented by thieves and on the brink of collapse. Related: ‘Chadwick will be remembered as a hero’: Denzel Washington and Viola Davis on making Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom Continue reading...
Tags: Music, Viola Davis, Film, Netflix, Culture, Stage, Blues, Denzel Washington, Ma Rainey, August Wilson, Chadwick, Mother of the Blues Ma Rainey, Florene Dawkins, Ma Rainey 's Black Bottom Continue