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Sports Open Line: Blues Legend Brett Hull In Studio, Dr. Rick Leiman, Mike Dunleavy

Brett Hull feels like he’s back home in St. Louis as the Vice President of Business Development of the Blues. Hull talks about youth hockey in St. Louis, his father, and his admiration for Ron […]


Former St. Louis Blues player Brett Hull waves to the crowd during a ceremony, honoring Hull for his induction into the hockey Hall of Fame before the Calgary Flames-St. Louis Blues hockey game at the Scottrade Center in St. Louis on December 15, 2009. Hull spent ten years as a member of the Blues. UPI/Bill Greenblatt

Hullie Coming Home?

Blues confirm hockey hall of famer will be rejoining the organization


Center Adam Oates of the St. Louis Blues moves the puck during a game against the Buffalo Sabres at Memorial Auditorium in Buffalo, New York. Mandatory Credit: Rick Stewart  /Allsport

Former Blue Adam Oates Inducted Into the Hockey Hall of Fame

Across three seasons in St. Louis, Oates recorded 286 points including 58 goals and 228 assists in 195 games and ranks 10th in franchise history in assists and 20th in points.

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NHL Board of Governors OK Sale of Blues

Hall of Famer Brett Hull is expected to be named to a front-office position.


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Former Blues GM Ron Caron Dies

“The Professor” is credited with bringing Hall of Famer Brett Hull to St. Louis as a prospect.


President Barack Obama (C) applauds for the 2010 Medal of Freedom receipients, including (L-R) Baseball Hall of Fame member Stan Musial, Basketball Hall of Fame member Bill Russell and AFL-CIO President Emeritus John Sweeney in the East Room of the White House February 15, 2011 in Washington, DC. Obama presented the medal to twelve pioneers in human rights, sports, labor, politics and arts.  (Photo by Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images)

The Sports Hub: The Best of 2011

The best sports interviews from the year. Names include Hank Aaron, Mark Messier, Marshall Faulk, David Freese, Bob Knight, Brett Hull, Tony La Russa, and many more.


Chicago Blackhawks vs St. Louis Blues

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St. Louis Blues players (L to R) Jamie Langenbrunner, Roman Polak and Ian Cole watch a tribute to former players Pavol Demitra and Igor Korolev before a game against the Chicago Blackhawks at the Scottrade Center in St. Louis on November 9, 2011. Both players tragically passed away on September 7 when the plane carrying their KHL team, Lokomotiv Yaroslavl, crashed in Russia.   UPI/Bill Greenblatt

Blues Honor Korolev, Demitra

The Blues wore their usual road white jerseys with a special #38 patch near the right side of the collar that will all be auctioned off following the game.


St. Louis Blues new head coach Ken Hitchcock talks to reporters after it was announced 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: Blues New Coach & Kurt Warner

Chris Kerber talks with Ken Hitchcock. Kevin Wheeler gets Brett Hull’s take on the Blues’ coaching change. Plus, Kevin talks with Kurt Warner about the annual “Warner Warm Up”.


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Sports Hub: Matt Winer, Ryan Howard, Mike Claiborne In Philly, Rollie Fingers, Craig Sager, Brett Hull & Torry Holt

Scott Warmann previews the upcoming NLDS against Philadelphia with Matt Winer and Mike Claiborne has updates from Philly. Brett Hull talks Blues hockey and Torry Holt gives his take on this year’s Rams.




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