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Mellanby Hired as Assistant Coach

by Staff Writer / St. Louis Blues
Scott Mellanby (left) celebrates a goal with Keith Tkachuk (Getty Images).

ST. LOUIS – St. Louis Blues President John Davidson announced Tuesday that former Blue Scott Mellanby has re-joined the organization as Assistant Coach to Davis Payne’s staff. He is currently a Pro Scout with Vancouver and will serve that role until July 15th.

“I’m excited to add a quality person like Scott to our staff, who was highly respected as a player on and off the ice,” said Head Coach Davis Payne. “He has great knowledge of the game and will be a valuable addition to our staff.”

“In my current role with Vancouver I have scouted many Blues games and feel this team, with this talent, is headed in the right direction,” said Mellanby. “St. Louis is my home and my family and I are thrilled to be back in the Blues organization.”

Mellanby, 43, played in 1,431 National Hockey League games including 235 games for the Blues from 2001-04. He also played for Philadelphia, Edmonton, Florida and Atlanta.
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