The St. Louis Blues organization distributed ballots from January - February 2002 asking fans to choose a Blues "All-Time" team that consisted of the best players to ever wear the Bluenote on their chest. Below are some photos and profiles of the players chosen by Blues fans to compose the 35th Anniversary "All-Time Team."
Doug Gilmour in: Scott Young out. That is the most glaring oversight on that list, but that would kick an Unger or a Berenson to the wing. Arguably Jeff Brown should be on and Rob Ramage should be off, but that's not nearly as bad - Young was completely overrated (he was coming off a 40-goal season, he proceeded to follow it up with a 19-goal clunker and two even worse seasons in Dallas) and shouldn't have been on that team.
Lowetide - I agree, St. Marseille, Dany Sabourin and Blake Dunlop should be honorable mentions.
I'm sure he did, when you get to be our age they all run together. Gary Sabourin did have a brother Bob and played in 2 all star games when I was too young to drive. Kind of like Greg Polis of the Penguins, another name that sticks in my brain and won't go away even though I can't remember where I put my cell phone.....
Gretzky - even if the hockey world chooses to forget.
Fuhr - He played well for us, even at the end.
and what, no Bob Bassen love?
Gretzky - even Gretzky has chosen to forget.
Housley? Seriously? He was just brutal (as usual) in the playoffs that year, and was hurt most of his 1 year in St. Louis.
Fuhr - arguable, he might get an honorable mention.
Stevens - I won't argue that one.