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14 Blues Selected to NHL's 100 Greatest Players

by St. Louis Blues / Press Release

Fourteen St. Louis Blues players were honored as part of The NHL's 100 Greatest Players, a centerpiece in honoring 100 years of NHL hockey at NHL All-Star Weekend in Los Angeles.

A Blue Ribbon panel comprised of distinguished members of the hockey community - including executives, media members and NHL alumni - selected the list of esteemed players.

The first 33, who played played predominantly during the NHL's first half century from 1917-1966, were named on Jan. 1 at the Centennial Classic in Toronto. The remaining 67, who played predominantly from 1967-present, were introduced at NHL100 on Jan. 27 in Los Angeles.

St. Louis Blues Players Selected
Martin Brodeur
Grant Fuhr
Wayne Gretzky
Glenn Hall
Doug Harvey
Brett Hull
Al MacInnis
Dickie Moore
Adam Oates
Jacques Plante
Chris Pronger
Brendan Shanahan
Peter Stastny
Scott Stevens

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