Former Blues Player & Broadcaster Noel Picard DiesTeammate Bob Plager says Picard "gave our star players room to be star players" in early days of franchise.
Blues Win First Game For New CoachMike Yeo's squad turned up intensity in 2nd period, beat Toronto 5-1.
Billy Plager Dies At 70NHL defenseman played with St. Louis, Minnesota, and Atlanta
Missouri Sports Hall Names New InducteesBob Plager, Kelly Chase, Pete Weber among the honorees
St. Louis Sports Hall Class of 2014 RevealedChris Carpenter, Aeneas Williams, Dan Kelly & 13 others to be inducted on September 24
Sports Open Line: Bob Plager, Bruce Affleck, Norm Sanders
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.
The Sports Hub: Don Banks, Bob Plager, Barry MelroseRon 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.