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A WORTHY SALUTE

The Blues honored Berenson, Unger, Mullen and Tkachuk before the March 7 game.
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A SALUTE TO NO. 7

A Salute to No. 7

The Blues honored Tkachuk, Unger, Mullen and Berenson.
  

RED BERENSON
Berenson wore No. 7 from 1967-71, ranks 12th all-time in Blues history in games played (519) while placing seventh in goals (172) and eighth in both points (412) and assists (240). He's tied for second in game-tying goals (15). As a coach, he led the team to a 100-72-32 record. CAREER STATS

GARRY UNGER
Unger, the second player to wear No. 7 (1970-79), is the fourth-longest tenured Blue in club history. In 662 games, Unger ranks fourth all-time in goals (292) and points (575), sixth in assists (283), third in hat tricks (7) and game-winning goals (40) while remaining the club leader in game-tying goals (19). CAREER STATS
 

JOE MULLEN
Mullen wore No. 7 from 1979-86 and played 301 career games for the Blues. He ranks 11th all-time in goals (151), 20th in assists (184) and 13th in points (335). A 16-year veteran, Mullen is one of seven players in team history to average over a point per game while with the club. CAREER STATS

KEITH TKACHUK
Tkachuk was was the last player to wear No. 7 (2000-10) and retired last season. A five-time NHL All-Star, Tkachuk ranks 11th in club history in games played (543), fifth in goals (208), 13th in assists (219), seventh in points (427) and is tied for fifth in game-winning goals (29). CAREER STATS