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October 23, 2000
BOB PLAGERFormer St. Louis Blue, now the team's director of professional scouting: "We had concussions when we played, too—only we called them hangovers."
March 21, 1983 | Edited by Jerry Kirshenbaum
•The Rev. John Lo Schiavo, president of the University of San Francisco, when asked if Queen Elizabeth had said anything to him when he attended a state dinner for her in San Francisco: "Yes, she leaned over and...
April 24, 1972 | Mark Mulvoy
The North Stars lost Goalie Gump Worsley and ultimately their savage Stanley Cup series to St. Louis as Minnesota's home-ice edge evaporated in overtime of the seventh game. The Blues' reward? The Bruins
November 30, 1970 | Edited by Robert Creamer
•Harvey Johnson, director of player personnel for the Buffalo Bills, on a player he drafted who turned out to be a flop: "He had size, speed, agility. He could do it all. But I knew I should never have drafted him...
November 09, 1970 | Mark Mulvoy
As brother Bob says, "No Plager is hurt when he gets hit there." All three of them play defense for the St. Louis Blues, and their view of hockey is that you should whack the other guy before he whacks you