“The Morning After”: Seg. 1 – Talking Blues’ Elimination, Future

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Charlie and Jennings are in studio today as our radio family mourns the end of the Blues season, Tim can’t easily glide into nonchalant post-season mode because of how close this team was to being one game away from the Finals, the Blues were never really back in it after surrendering the second period lead in Game 5, Plow Shark called this series weeks in advance, this series didn’t really feel that close despite going 6 games, we open up The Appliance Discounters phone lines for Blues fans to react, why did NBC position the Sharks as this long-suffering fan base when their story doesn’t compare to the Blues, going in Chuck thought maybe this series would be easier than facing Chicago, if this was an 18 round boxing match the Sharks would have won 13 on points, you just never know when this opportunity will come around again, Llywelyn’s Pub audio from David Backes’ emotional postgame, the mystery of Tarasenko this series still needs to be solved, Bob Fescoe took a pot shot at STL via Facebook, making fun of other cities is an over-played radio tactic, Troy Brouwer commented on the Blues bizarre record at home during this post-season, they would have been better served to close out the Dallas series a game or two earlier … that could’ve made a difference against San Jose, the Blues immediate response to adversity that we saw in the first 2 series didn’t appear in the Conference Final, Blues fans were really rooting for Tom Stillman to make more money with at least one more home game … how often does that happen with owners in pro sports, how many veterans will depart a free agents this off-season due to salary cap concerns.