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Let me tell you about my dad

by Zach Sanford / St. Louis Blues

I want to tell you a little bit about my dad.

His name was Michael, he played hockey when I was a kid, and he was the one who got me into this sport.

He worked at Angelica's Restaurant in Middleton, Massachusetts. Even though he worked a lot of hours, he still took me to practice whenever he could and tried hard to never miss one of my youth hockey games.

It was hard for him to work in the restaurant business and still be a hockey dad, so he started his own furniture repair company so that he would have more time to spend with me.

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Tarasenko: All-Star Game means much to me and my family

Vladimir Tarasenko shares personal personal memories, photos from 2017 All-Star Game in Los Angeles

by Vladimir Tarasenko / Special to stlouisblues.com

Throughout the season, stlouisblues.com will feature first-person accounts of stories from within the St. Louis Blues organization. The series, titled "My Turn," will give fans unparalleled access to personal stories from current Blues players and alumni. This one comes from forward Vladimir Tarasenko, who shares his personal photos from the 2017 NHL All-Star Game in Los Angeles and explains what a trip to the All-Star Game means to him and his family.

Your vote can send Tarasenko and the rest of your favorite Blues to the 2018 NHL All-Star Game. Vote up to 10 times daily at NHL.com/vote before Jan. 1 and you could win a trip to All-Star Weekend in Tampa Bay.

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My Turn: A dream come true

Vince Dunn shares his thoughts on scoring his first NHL goal

by Vince Dunn / St. Louis Blues

Throughout the season, stlouisblues.com will feature first-person accounts of stories from within the St. Louis Blues organization. The series, titled "My Turn," will give fans unparalleled access to personal stories from current Blues players and alumni. This one comes from defenseman Vince Dunn, who shares his feelings about scoring his first career NHL goal in Florida on Oct. 12.

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My Turn: Plager remembers Picard

by Bob Plager / Special to stlouisblues.com

Throughout the season, stlouisblues.com will feature first-person accounts of personal stories from within the St. Louis Blues organization. The new online series, titled "My Turn" will give fans unparalled access to personal stories from current Blues players and alumni. The first story comes from former Blue Bob Plager, who shared his feelings shortly after learning of the passing of his former teammate and close friend, Noel Picard.

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