Barret Jackman

St. Louis Blues goaltender Jaroslav Halak of Slovakia makes the save during a pileup in front of the net in the third period against the San Jose Sharks at the Scottrade Center in St. Louis on February 12, 2012.  St. Louis won the game 3-0.     UPI/Bill Greenblatt

Stanley Cup Playoffs Preview

St.Louis Blues President John Davidson joins Kevin to preview the Blues first Stanley Cup playoff game against the San Jose Sharks. Kevin Wheeler talks with Blues defense-man Barret Jackman. Chris Kerber and Kevin Wheeler talk […]


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Jackman Scores, Blues Win

Brian Elliott shuts out Minnesota 4-0, team heads to Chicago for Sunday game


File photo of Jeff Fisher December 9, 2010 in Nashville, Tennessee. (Getty/Andy Lyons)

Sports Open Line: Barret Jackman, Brett McMurphy, Howard David

Join Kevin Wheeler on Sports Open Line. First guest on tonight’s show is Blues’ Defenseman, Barret Jackman. The Blues have eleven games this month, nine of those games are at home. If there’s an opportunity to gain ground in the conference, this month is the time to do it. National college football writer for, Brett McMurphy, talks to Kevin about the College Football Championship game in New Orleans on Monday. NFL Sportscaster, Howard David, talks to Kevin about NFL Playoffs. Jeff Fisher’s name has been thrown around in regards to finding a new head coach for the Rams. What a week of shake-ups in the Rams’ organization. Host of NFL Live on ESPN, Trey Wingo, joins Kevin to talk about what’s in store for the Rams. Get the chilli ready.

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Matthew Hulsizer, CEO of PEAK6 Investments, attends the NHL game between the Detroit Red Wings and the Phoenix Coyotes at Arena on October16, 2010 in Glendale, Arizona. (Photo by Christian Petersen/Getty Images)

The Sports Hub: Jeremy Rutherford & Barret Jackman

Jeremy Rutherford of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch has been covering the slow process of the St. Louis Blues being sold over the past year. He talks with Scott Warmann about what took place plus what can be expected in the near future.


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Jackman and Steen to Miss 4-6 Weeks

Jackman and Steen will miss four to six weeks due to injuries suffered in the Blues’ 4-3 overtime win in Columbus on Wednesday.


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Blues Capitalize Against Canucks for Win

St. Louis had scored just once in 12 previous power plays, but went 2 for 5 on Monday.



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