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The St. Louis Blues Alumni will face off against legendary NHL alumni and celebrity guests in the ‘Puck Cancer’ charity game on Friday, April 5, at 7 p.m. at Centene Community Ice Center.

Blues Alumni will meet a roster of NHL Alumni and special celebrity guests. Tickets for the game are on sale now on Ticketmaster.

Fans have the option to purchase general admission tickets for $50, or VIP tickets for $500 which include all-inclusive food and beverage and access to a postgame party with players and celebrities.

The game will consist of two halves and feature several fan-friendly activations, including live music and intermission games with chances to win autographed memorabilia. The Blues Alumni will also host an online auction to raise funds, giving fans a chance to bid on rare autographed jerseys from current NHL players such as Connor McDavid, Leon Draisaitl, Anze Kopitar, David Pastrnak, Roman Josi, Matthew Barzal and more. The bidding will run from April 4 at 10 a.m. through April 6 at 5 p.m. at blues.givesmart.com.

Proceeds from the event go towards supporting Siteman Cancer Center and The V Foundation for Cancer Research.


Blues Alumni
coached by Brett Hull and Joel Quenneville

Skaters: Rick Zombo (4), Barret Jackman (5), Dierks Bentley (7), Nelson Emerson (7), Scottie Upshall (9), Brenden Morrow (10), Mike Keane (12), Geoff Courtnall (14), Paul Cavallini (14), Scott Mellanby (19), Brendan Shanahan (19), Jamal Mayers (21), Jeff Brown (21), Lawson Kimble (29), Kelly Chase (39), Will Chase (39), Luke Chase (39), Ben Chase (39), Trevor Rosen (41), Scott Young (48), Cam Janssen (55), Pierre Turgeon (77)

Goalie: Brian Elliott (1)

NHL Alumni / Celebrities
coached by Sean Payton, Tony Granato and Garth Brooks

Skaters: Chris Joseph (2), Chris Butler (5), Chris Chelios (7), Jamie Huscroft (7), Adam Graves (9), Ryan Malone (12), Ray Whitney (14), Sheldon Souray (14), George Parros (16), Kevin Maguire (18), Adam Hall (18), Jim McKenzie (19), Ed Belfour (20), Brian Boyle (22), Reid Simpson (33), Jesse Boulerice (36), Adam Burish (37), Kraig Nienhuis (38), Dave Couler (90)

Goalies: Ben Scrivens (30), Michael Garnett (35).

Additional attendees

Blues: Jim Campbell, Blake Dunlop, Bruce Affleck, John Wensink, Bob Hess, Neil Komadoski, Mike Zuke, Guy Carbonneau, Doug Weight, Darin Kimble, Marc Bergevin, Garth Butcher, Perry Turnbull, Bernie Federko, Mike Lalor, Tony Twist, Martin Brodeur.

NHL: Paul Kelly, Bryan Trottier, Brad Marsh, Stu Grimson, Glenn Healy, Troy Vollhoffer, Trevor Lewis

Rosters and additional attendees are subject to change


Siteman Cancer Center is one of only a few cancer centers to receive the highest rating of the National Cancer Institute (NCI) – “exceptional.” Comprising the cancer research, prevention and treatment programs of Barnes-Jewish Hospital and Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis, Siteman treats adults at six locations, including an inpatient hospital, and partners with St. Louis Children’s Hospital in the treatment of pediatric patients at Siteman Kids. An outpatient facility scheduled to open in September 2024 on the Washington University Medical Campus will become the newest Siteman location to offer patient-focused, multidisciplinary care driven by scientific breakthroughs and powered by Washington University Physicians.


The V Foundation for Cancer Research was founded in 1993 by ESPN and the late Jim Valvano, legendary North Carolina State University basketball coach and ESPN commentator. The V Foundation has funded over $353 million in game-changing cancer research grants nationwide through a competitive process strictly supervised by a world-class Scientific Advisory Committee. Because the V Foundation has an endowment to cover administrative expenses, 100% of direct donations are awarded to cancer research and programs. The V team is committed to accelerating Victory Over Cancer®. To learn more, visit v.org.