As you know, he's down in San Antonio now. I'm unaware of any injury setback, so I think he would be playing pretty soon. Remember, the surgery wasn't until early spring (late March or early April, I think), So only about 5 to 5 1/2 months passed between surgery and the start of camp _ which seems like a pretty quick turnaround for kneecap surgery. I talked to Kyrou just before he went back to San Antonio and he said it was more a case of making sure the muscles around the knee and overall leg strength was back to normal. And I'm sure the Blues are going to be careful getting him up and running again. No need to rush it.
Well, you're right there. As you probably know, it's a back-to-back weekend, with games in Boston (Sat.) and Detroit (Sun.), so Allen will get one of the starts,
Why not? It is Halloween season.
Kostin has zero goals and three assists in six games for San Antonio this year. He's even in terms of plus-minus and is on an early pace for around 100 penalty minutes again. Kostin certainly isn't afraid to throw his weight around. Maybe Boston will get a taste of that on April 2, when the Bruins come to St. Louis. But certainly don't think it's happening this weekend in TD Garden.
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What I've been told is there are a lot of similarities, but they're not necessarily mirror images.
OK, looks like that's it for today. Thanks for playing. . . . .
OK, one more. Gotten some tips from TomT and JR, but mostly some members of the Blues PR and social media staffs.