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Bob Plager

St. Louis Blues General Manager Doug Armstrong talks to reporters after introducing new head coach Ken Hitchcock,  announcing he would take the place of fired head coach Davis Payne, at the Scottrade Center in St. Louis on November 7, 2011. Hitchcock has 534 career wins as a head coach, with his best season coming in 1999 when he won a Stanley Cup in Dallas. Blues General Manager Doug Armstrong said he is making the change after the team has started the season with a  disappointing 6-7 record.  UPI/Bill Greenblatt

Sports Open Line: Bob Plager, Bruce Affleck, Norm Sanders

Blues COO Bruce Affleck talks about his time with the organization and the team’s home opener on Saturday. Bobby Plager joins the show to discuss the Blues upcoming season and what’s in store for the […]

01/15/2013

Former St. Louis Blues teammates Garry Unger (L) and Bob Plager (R) pose for a photograph with former head coach Scotty Bowman during the St. Louis Sports Hall of Fame Induction ceremonies in St. Louis on November 16, 2011. Unger and Bowman are the two newest members along with 14 others. UPI/Bill Greenblatt

KERBER: The Next Number The Blues Should Retire Is….

You won’t find him near the top in all time franchise list categories of goals, assists, points, hat tricks, or power play goals. He does rank 5th all-time in games played and 9th all time in penalty minutes. Right now Bob may be best known for his love of the Blues, nonstop jokes, and two bar locations in Valley Park and St. Charles. But Bob fits the profile of another kind of all-time great.

NewsRadio 1120 KMOX–09/19/2012

Edmonton Oilers v St. Louis Blues

The Sports Hub: Don Banks, Bob Plager, Barry Melrose

Ron Jacober and Chris Kerber give you all the sports news you need tonight. What do you think is the biggest loss for the Cardinals this offseason? Albert? Tony? Duncan? Listen in to what KMOX listeners think. First guest is Don Banks from Sports Illustrated, chiming in on in the Rams’ coaching search. Is The Rooney Rule in the NFL necessary? Chris and Ron discuss the issues with this rule. Do any Blues’ fans remember what happened on this night, 40 years ago? The classic night in Philadelphia, where fights erupted; on the ice and in the stands. Blues’ great, Bob Plager joins Ron and Chris to talk about that night. NHL Network and ESPN analyst, Barry Melrose, joins The Sports Hub to talk about everything going on in the NHL. The final guests for tonight’s show are the recipients of Hermann Awards, which honors the nation’s top collegiate soccer players, Teresa Noyola and Andrew Wenger.

NewsRadio 1120 KMOX–01/06/2012