T.J. Oshie and Patrik Berglund finally have enough seniority on the Blues’ roster that they were able to relocate to new stalls in the team’s locker room. They are now side-by-side and have their own two-man bench at one end of the room.
"Now we can have our own privacy," Oshie said. "We were talking about putting a ‘positivity’ circle in white tape around us, so no negativity can get into this bench."
St. Louis Blues puck-stopping prospect Jordan Binnington is making the jump to pro hockey in style with a new mask sure to turn heads.
That’s because it features the head of the Will Smith from his The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air days boldly on the left side.
Binnington has long listed the TV show as his favourite – despite the fact it he was born in 1993, midway through its six-year run.
Outside of the TV show, from what I see he is a self-driven individual who knows what he wants in life. I couldn’t name one movie I haven’t enjoyed with him in it. Every movie or show has a purpose. The tv show is so creative, I’m laughing out loud every episode. So to sum it all up I just feel we’d be best friends.