The St. Louis Blues hosted the second scrimmage of the shortened Training Camp at Scottrade Center. Chris Kerber, the ‘voice of the Blues’, broadcasted live at the exhibition that had over 10,000 fans. Kerbs caught up with Blues personnel on Thursday. including head coach Ken Hitchcock.
The biggest question about David Perron the past few years has been health. Kerbs talks about that and more with ‘DP57’.
What does new St. Louis Blues Chairman and Governor Tom Stillman think of the short anticipation leading up to the first game on Saturday night? He, like most Blues fans, is very excited to see ‘The Note’ take on another club that’s not wearing the same jersey logo.
Will former first-round pick Ian Cole take a big step this season? Hear from the former Notre Dame stand out.
Kerber tours the Central Division with the team broadcasters to see how the Blues may fair against their most common foes. First up was Pete Weber of the Nashville Predators.
Certainly a club gunning for the Blues will be the rival Chicago Blackhawks. Broadcaster John Wiedeman joined Kerbs from Los Angeles where their season begins.
Can the Columbus Blue Jackets compete in the tight Central Division. Hear from broadcaster Bill Davidge talk about the club that changed things up last season.
Finally, the tour of the Central Division ends with the Detroit Red Wings, who will be here to drop the puck with the Blues on Saturday. Kerbs previewed the big matchup with broadcaster Ken Kal.