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The Sports Hub: Al MacInnis, Aeneas Williams, Stan Kroenke

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Dave Sinclair Ford presents The Sports Hub with Ron Jacober and Chris Kerber
Ron Jacober and Chris Kerber bring you this edition of The Sports Hub. Hear from the man with a cannon for a shot from the blue line, former Blues’ defenseman, Al MacInnis. MacInnis is now the Blues’ VP of Hockey Operations and joins the show to talk about how well the Blues have been performing under coach Ken Hitchcock. Former Rams’ great, Aeneas Williams joins The Sports Hub. Aeneas talks to Ron and Chris about his book signing event on Thursday from 2-5PM at Christian Family Book Store in Chesterfield Valley. The book is titled, “It Takes Respect”. Also, hear his thoughts on the Rams.

Trifecta
Sedin Sisters? The Canucks and Blackhawks fire insults at each other. Punto and Theriot Depart from the Cards. Hitchcock thinks the Blues are playing at 70% right now. What will 100% look like?

Al MacInnis
Hear from the man with a cannon for a shot from the blue line, former Blues’ defenseman, Al MacInnis. MacInnis is now the Blues’ VP of Hockey Operations and joins the show to talk about how well the Blues have been performing under coach Ken Hitchcock.

Where is Stan Kroenke?
Rams’ owner, Stan Kroenke, has been a ghost. Find out what Ron and Chris think Kroenke should be doing.

Aeneas Williams
Aeneas talks to Ron and Chris about his book signing event on Thursday from 2-5PM at Christian Family Book Store in Chesterfield Valley. The book is titled, “It Takes Respect”. Also, hear his thoughts on the Rams.

Respect From Ownership
The guys discuss why owners have an obligation to the fans and the organization.

Kudos to HBO

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