1999 vaulted from fourth to first in rapid fashion, overtaking Bob Plager (615), brother Barclay Plager (614) and Al MacInnis (613). Teammates stood on the bench beside him when the record was announced during a break in the first period
from the crowd. Oshie and Henrik Sedin also tallied in the first period. NOTES: Blues defenseman Barret Jackman tied Al MacInnis for seventh on the franchise's all-time games played list with 613. ... Defenseman Alex Edler played his 400th
He ranks ninth in club history in games played and fourth among defensemen. Only Bob Plager, Barclay Plager and Al MacInnis have played more for the Blues. ... Forward Rich Clune made his debut with Nashville. ... Hornqvist has scored
St. Louis, MO (Sports Network) - St. Louis Blues defenseman Chris Pronger permanently yielded the team's captaincy to fellow blueliner Al MacInnis .
St. Louis, MO (Sports Network) - St. Louis Blues defenseman Al MacInnis underwent eye surgery on Friday afternoon and will be sidelined indefinitely.
the best shot blockers in the game. I remember once talking to Karpovtsev after he blocked a shot off his chest by Al MacInnis of the Blues. MacInnis shot the puck harder than anyone in hockey, over 100 mph, but Karpovtsev was smiling as if
Represented the blues organization please welcome. The vice president of hockey operations. And former teammate up Havel's Al MacInnis . Represented Chicago Blackhawks and former coaches have Pavel and Igor. Please welcome Joel Quenneville and Mike fiction
and I didn't. Is it was hard work and and and trying to do when all the battles. Reserved for special tribute to Al MacInnis . And before the game and I know that really touched closer view when you start your crew with him. Future our right
Brett Hull or Mario Lemieux? Jeremy Roenick or Mark Messier? Now step to defense. Paul Coffey, Ray Bourque and Al MacInnis vs. Chelios, Brian Leetch and Phil Housley. The three Canadians are all Hall of Famers and each cracked the top 15
from 1983 to 1993. During his time there, Caron's Blues included future Hall of Famers Doug Gilmour, Brett Hull, Al MacInnis and Grant Fuhr. He was also a six-time Stanley Cup winner as an assistant general manager with the Montreal Canadiens