Blue Notes: Halak’s Glove and Perron Chat

NEWARK, NJ - MARCH 20: David Perron #57 of the St. Louis Blues skates against the New Jersey Devils at the Prudential Center on March 20, 2010 in Newark, New Jersey. The Blues defeated the Devils 1-0. (Photo by Jim McIsaac/Getty Images)

I will discuss another potential rule change in my next post, but I thought I’d give you a few links to check out before I get back into that area. These should be of interest to any Blues fan, so I encourage you to check out both links.

First, we get a sneak peek at new goalie Jaroslav Halak’s glove he will be using for the upcoming season. I like it, especially the fact that it is mostly white. I haven’t seen the rest of the equipment just yet, but I’m sure he’s going to look sharp as he tends goal for the Note this season.

Jaroslav Halak’s Glove

David Perron also did a live chat on stlouisblues.com recently, so here is the transcript from his session. He is very well spoken, and I thought he did a great job answering the questions. He wasn’t one of those guys who gave short, one sentence answers. It felt like he really gave each question some thought, and his answers reflected that. My favorite moment was probably when he was asked if anyone on the team gives TJ Oshie a hard time because so many Blues fans have named their dogs after him. Perron replied that he has quite a few dogs named after him as well, so he can’t really say anything.

David Perron Chat Transcript

Topics: Chat, David Perron, Equipment, Goalie, Jaroslav Halak, NHL, Notes, St. Louis Blues, TJ Oshie

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