The Bernie Miklasz Show – May 31, 2019 – Blues to host first Stanley Cup Finals game since 1970

7am Hour

The St. Louis Blues will host their first Stanley Cup Finals game since 1970 on Saturday.

The Cardinals finally get back in the win column on Thursday, and we talk about it in today’s “Redbird Review.”

Oskar Sundqvist has been suspended for one game for his hit on Matt Grzelcyk in game 2.

Plus, we check in with our friends from Boston in today’s “Behind Enemy Lines” in today’s “You’re Killing Me Smalls.”

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8am Hour

Charles Glenn joins Bernie and Michelle to talk about his final season as the National Anthem singer for the St. Louis Blues, some hilarious stories from his career, and much more in a wide-ranging interview ahead of Stanley Cup Finals Game 3.

Plus, the “ESPN On Ice” podcast crew, Greg Wyshynski and Emily Kaplan, join us in-studio to talk all things Stanley Cup Finals Game 3 between the Blues and Bruins.

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Listen to the Charles Glenn interview here!
Listen to the Greg Wyshynski and Emily Kaplan interview here!

9am Hour

The St. Louis Blues will host their first Stanley Cup Finals game since 1970 on Saturday.

Mark Saxon, The Athletic St. Louis, joins Bernie and Michelle to preview Cubs-Cardinals.

Plus, “YES or NO.”

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Listen to the Mark Saxon interview here!