After the Blues won their first Stanley Cup I joined my friends Tom and Adam on their podcast, "Gateway Grinders". In the episode, I tried to articulate what the win meant to us fans and the city as a whole.
"Finally, the St. Louis Blues accomplished what we once only dreamt of. Adam and Tom breakdown the historic Stanley Cup Final Game 7 in detail and found themselves partying with the Blues players a day later.
The king of Blues coverage, Blues Buzz (A.K.A. PJ Cox), comes on for an interview and talks about his brand and passion for the Blues. PJ gives answers on what this Cup means for St. Louis and what it would have meant if Game 7 fell into the arms of the Bruins."
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While I've talked about the Blues on podcasts, I made my first live-radio appearance on InsideSTL's early morning show back in January. Listen to me talk about Hitchcock, Allen, and a developing Blues identity.
PJ Cox discusses the struggles of Jake Allen and the suspected divide between Alex Steen and Ken Hitchcock with Dan Buffa and Brad Lee: http://insidestl.com/blues-buzz-blog-scribe-p-j-cox-discusses-jake-allen-and-alex-steen/1987213
At St. Louis University High school, the Prep News publishes a newspaper each week. Here are two links to Prep News articles about Blues Buzz
Artwork by William Kremer
The first article was published a few months after I started Blues Buzz.
October 30, 2015: http://student.sluh.org/prepnews/index.php/news2/item/409-cox/409-cox
The second article summed-up success found in my first year and dove into some goals I had heading into the 2016-17 season.
November 11, 2016: http://student.sluh.org/prepnews/index.php/features2/item/1046-blues-buzz
"Welcome to the 9th episode of The Rinkside Podcast featuring Sean Michael Ditch, Jason Doc Noyes and special guest PJ Cox, creator of BluesBuzzblog.com. Listen as they talk about the Blues' recent blunders, Hitchcock, recent injuries, Paajarvi's elevated play and more."