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Miklasz is right in comparing the Cardinals and the Blues. One is a great franchise, the other is one of the sports' worst. The post-lockout "rebuild" has been a colossal failure...3 straight owners have lost their backsides, and Tom Stillman looks to be the fourth.

This franchise was kicked out of the 1983 draft because they have no owner. It hasn't gotten better since, but St. Louis does not hold underachieving teams accountable; so the beat goes on.
 

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St Louis has quietly been building one of the better teams in the league. I think they've been doing an ok job as of late.
 

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The biggest problem around here is the rationalization of what has happened since 2006. Bernie has hammered that for awhile now.

The franchise is getting to a crossroads with the city and its fanbase.

One of the arguments that a hockey writer in St. Louis made (and was part of a good radio spot) is to look at the difference between last year (Kings 4-0) and this year (Kings 4-2). It actually got heated when the subject of a regression was brought up.
 
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