VIDEO: Blues players talk about facing Kings in 2nd round

Following the Kings win last night vs. Vancouver, they now advance to the second round for the first time in over a decade. Waiting patiently – or, actually, not so patiently – are the St. Louis Blues. LA took the day off today and they’ll return to practice tomorrow. However, the Blues were at their rink today and several players shared some thoughts about what’s in store during the second round…

Team Captain David Backes:

Goalie Brian Elliott:

TJ Oshie:

We’ll have coverage from all angles coming up throughout the series, including live notes and quotes from Kings practice on Tuesday morning.

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  1. They sound NERVOUS! heh