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Gameday in St. Loo

Arch_3 ST. LOUIS - Sitting here a little joint next to Scottrade Center, just kicking back watching the Canes, Gators and Hoosiers. Good times you betcha.

Just spoke with Pete DeBoer, he says Murph has a shoulder injury, with Jason 'Bob' Garrison on his way down from Rochester. The rook should make his NHL debut tonight, although Wade Belak could fill in on the blueline.

No word on how long Cory might be  out, but he was out for a while when he hurt his shoulder last season.

Craig Anderson in net tonight.

- Expect Bluenotes to start Ben Bishop in net after Manny Legace hurt himself tripping on Sarah Palin's red carpet last night. Legace says injury not that serious, and that he likes Palin personally. So there you go.

- Expect Blues to come out firing tonight. They got shutout 4-0 last night to the Kings after mustering just 15 shots. 


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Hey there GR. Is it the same shoulder that put Smurph on the shelf for half of last season. If so, is JM the GM still trying to talk with Cullimore about a return. At this point with McCabe out at least another week, Allen likely done until February, or March, and now Smurphy out for an undisclosed period of time, we could use another steady backliner like Cully.

Yeah, I think people are forgetting about McCabe. When he is back, we will still have a good amount of dmen, but with Allen out too, we need Cullimore.

You guys will like Garrison. He's a rookie and prone to some rookie mistakes, but he's not afraid to use his size and he has a torpedo of a shot from the point.

I think you'll like Garrison. He's a rookie, prone to rookie mistakes, but he's not afraid to use his size. Plus, he has a torpedo of a shot from the point.

I'm hoping that a Cullimore signing isn't too far off and that Garrison is just a solution in the very short-term. Nothing against Garrison, he's had a strong start in Rochester, but I think Murphy getting hurt was just too short of notice for anything else to be done.

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