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Retired Numbers

Al MacInnis - #2
Retired Apr. 9, 2006
In 2007, the Hockey Hall of Fame in Toronto discovered something Blues fans had known all along: Al MacInnis was among the best defenders to ever play. Known for his slapshot, MacInnis ranks third in all-time in scoring by defenseman. ...more
  Bob Gassoff - #3
Retired Oct. 1, 1977
Bob Gassoff spent four seasons with the Blues before his tragic death in a motorcycle accident. During those four seasons, Gassoff was not only the Blues' chief enforcer, but he was evolving into an all-around defenseman and team leader. ...more
Barclay Plager - #8
Retired Mar. 24, 1981
Barclay Plager had a profound impact on the birth of the Blues. A rock solid defender and one of the fiercest competitors in all of hockey, Plager became a legend in addition to a loyal ambassador of hockey in the community. ...more
  Brian Sutter - #11
Retired Dec. 30, 1988
Thousands of words were written about Brian Sutter during his career with the St. Louis Blues. But two words best summarize what he meant to the Blues: heart and soul. For Sutter, it was all about the will to win. ...more
Brett Hull - #16
Retired Dec. 5, 2006
Few players have impacted the game of hockey - and the Blues - like Brett Hull. A pure and legendary goal scorer, Hull was not only the most dominating player in Blues history, but also the most colorful character. ...more
  Bernie Federko - #24
Retired Mar. 16, 1991
Being a hockey superstar is a lot like opening a successful restaurant: location is key to success. Federko can attest to that after 14 seasons with the Blues in which he scored 1,130 points. Federko was inducted into the Hall of Fame in 2002. ...more

Honored Banners

Bob Plager - #5
Honored But Not Retired
If someone tried to take advantage of a teammate, you can bet they would have to answer to Bob Plager before the game ended. To this day, Plager remains a St. Louis sports legend. He is a loyal ambassador to the community and the city of St. Louis and can still be found at Scottrade Center regularly. ...more
  Doug Wickenheiser - #14
Honored But Not Retired
Years after scoring the most famous goal in the team's storied history, Doug Wickenheiser was diagnosed with a rare form of cancer. Just as he had done so many times in his career, he tried to fight back and beat the odds. In 1999, he passed away, but his memory lives on with this banner that hangs in the Scottrade Center rafters. ...more
Dan Kelly
Honored with a Shamrock
The booming voice of Dan Kelly, who thrilled and educated hockey fans for more than two decades, is silent now. But the memories will last forever. Kelly died of cancer on February 10, 1989 at the age of 52. ...more
Salute to No. 7
Honored March 7, 2011
Red Berenson, Garry Unger, Joe Mullen and Keith Tkachuk are saluted as the best players in team history to wear No. 7. This banner is visible above Section 107 at Scottrade Center. ...more