In case you haven’t noticed, I’m a bit of a fan of St. John’s.
I have been a huge fan of the city since it became the NHL’s 20th franchise in 2008, and the team is one of the most beloved in the league.
There are a lot of reasons for that, of course, but one of my favorite reasons is that St. Johns fans can be quite loyal.
The team has been a staple of the NHL landscape for nearly 20 years, and has played a key role in helping make St. Albert a city synonymous with hockey.
But St. Joes fans are just as loyal as any other hockey fan, and as a result, they’ve become quite vocal.
St. Johns fans are known for their passionate support of their team and its players, and this season has seen a massive uptick in support.
St. Lawrence is now on the verge of reaching its 200th win, and despite the excitement surrounding the St. Paul Saints, there is no shortage of people coming out to support the team.
The team has also enjoyed a few bumps along the way, but for a team that has been the envy of many cities, the St Johns story has been one of stability.
In the wake of the St Lawrence win, the team has put out a few statements on social media about the upcoming weekend in St.
The most obvious is that the team will be hosting its first-ever AHL All-Star Game.
This is a fantastic opportunity for St. Patrick’s and St. Joe’s fans to show their support of the team and their own team.
But there is another aspect to this that will be even more meaningful to fans.
One of the biggest issues in St-Louis this season was the city’s lack of attendance.
St John’s has consistently topped the league in attendance this season, but the team’s struggles are largely due to a lack of fan interest.
This season, St. Josephs and St Johns have been among the top three attendance draws in the AHL, but that doesn’t mean that fans are going to be happy about it.
For fans of the other teams, there will be a number of events taking place throughout the weekend, including a charity auction at the NHL Players’ Village.
For the St Johns team, there’s also the St Louis Blues and St Louis Cardinals, two teams that have been in the spotlight for their attendance woes this season.
It’s important to note that St Johns is still in a rebuilding mode.
The city has been through some ups and downs during the NHL lockout, and it’s unclear whether it’s going to return to the playoffs this season or if the team just has too many problems to fix.
There are a few different ways to look at this.
For one, St John is a team in transition.
They’re in a rebuild mode, but they still have plenty of talent on their roster.
This includes former St John player and current Blues captain Jaden Schwartz, who the St Josephs signed as a free agent earlier this offseason.
Another way to look is that it’s an event of sorts for St John.
For a city that has seen more of its sports teams fail than win, it will be exciting to see the St Joes succeed.
Finally, fans can look at it from a different perspective.
It’s one thing to see an event like this on TV, but it’s another thing to experience it in person.
In the past, St Johns has always had a reputation for being a quiet city, but fans will be excited to see St. Josens fans show up for this weekend.
I’m not sure how the St Patrick’s Day festivities will go, but I am sure that there will have been plenty of fans at both games.
This will be the St Mary’s day, and fans of St John will have a great chance to celebrate with St Joseph’s and the other clubs at St. Marys Stadium.
All photos by Kevin B. Cox.