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Wayne Babych (7G, 4A) Leads 6th-seeded '80-'81 Blues in Sweep of 3rd-seeded '67-'68 Blues

The sweep began with a 6-5 win in Game 1 for the 6th-seeded ’80-’81 Blues. Wayne Babych posted two goals and two assists for four points to lead them in the win. 489 more words

Ultimate NHL Playoff

TOP 5: Individual Blues Playoff Performances

Alex Ferrario
KMOX Sports Reporter

Even though the Blues have not gone the distance in the Stanley Cup Finals, they still have had many memorable moments, coaches and players that stick out to fans to this day. 703 more words

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Mark Reardon: Reardon Roundtable & Hockey Hall Of Famer Bernie Federko

It’s a Reardon Roundtable Friday with St. Louis Post Dispatch columnist Joe Holleman, St. Louis Alderman Scott Ogilvie, and Brian Wahby, former St. Louis City Democratic Committee Chair. 173 more words

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Sports Open Line: St. Louis Cardinals Bench Coach David Bell

Cardinals broadcaster Ricky Horton discusses his induction into the Missouri Sports Hall of Fame and the offseason needs for the team.
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Top 5 Blues Players Of All Time

Who are the top St. Louis Blues players in the history of the organization? There have been plenty of “fan favorites” to play in St. Louis, but we took some time look at the five most influential players to put on the Blue Note. 673 more words

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Fanspeak: Brett Hull voted greatest Blue in franchise history

This summer, NBC Sports’ social media team is conducting the #NHLGreatest initiative, designed for fans to choose the best player in each franchise’s history. Balloting was conducted through three platforms — Facebook, Twitter and Instagram — with thousands of votes being cast. 277 more words

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Hancock & Kelley: Live From The Scottrade Center For The Stanley Cup Playoffs

KMOX Blues play by play man Chris Kerber sits down with Hancock and Kelley.

Tom Stillman is the owner, chairman, and governor of the St. Louis Blues. 180 more words

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