The Blues begin a four-game road trip tonight against the Bruins in Boston. St. Louis has won three straight and 10 of its last 11 games. Boston has won six of its last eight games.
Blues center Jori Lehtera is the NHL's First Star for last week. He earned the nod after tying for the league lead in goals with four and points with six.
Still basking in the glow of Sunday's 22-7 win over Peyton Manning and the Broncos, the Rams return to practice tomorrow.
The Missouri football team will find out tonight if it cracks this week's College Football Playoff rankings.
SLU basketball is on the road tonight at Indiana State.
The NFL continues to be involved in bad press. CBSSports.com is reporting that the DEA is conducting surprise investigations of several visiting teams following Week 11 action.
Kevin Harvick claimed his first NASCAR Sprint Cup Series championship by winning the season-ending Ford EcoBoost 400 at Homestead-Miami Speedway on Sunday.
The Billikens are on the road tomorrow taking on Indiana State at the Hulman Center. Saint Louis is 1-and-0 after escaping Southern Illinois 62-59 on Saturday.
Missouri overcame a slow start to outscore Valparaiso by 14 in the second half of a 56-41 win at Mizzou Arena. Wes Clark had 16 points to pace the Tigers, who moved to 1-and-1.
Kenny Britt caught four passes for 128 yards and a touchdown as the Rams stunned the Broncos 22-7 in St. Louis.
The KLPW Radio Athlete of the Week is Sophomore Lauren Gerlemann from New Haven High School.
Never talk about Sex, Religion or Politics.
Honey draws more flies than vinegar.
These adages seem to have gone by the wayside in today's world of the social-network connected.
Intolerance and groupthink are not the domain of a single party, candidate or ideology.
It's a bit of an ironic twist. Mr. Trump has banked his campaign on the argument that the establishment shouldn't be picking the nominee and expecting folks to simply fall in line to support him or her. Now, it is Mr.