New coach runs first Blues practice at '100 mph'
ST. LOUIS -- The morning skate on NHL game day is usually a time for players to stretch their legs. New St. Louis Blues coach Andy Murray had them sweating for 45 minutes.
"He addressed about six different things," team president John Davidson said Tuesday. "It was 100 mph. It was fast. It was organized. They didn't even stop for a water break, I don't think."
Murray characterizes himself as a turnaround specialist, and the
Blues are in dire need of such services. ...
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