Born: October 25, 1967

Signed as an undrafted free agent by the Blues in 1988, Chase played 12 seasons in the NHL, 7 with the Blues. A bruising defender, he racked up more than 2,000 penalty minutes in his career. Highly active in the St. Louis community, in 1998, he received the King Clancy Memorial Trophy. This award is given for charity work with the Gateway Special Hockey Program, a program started by Chase in the early 1990s to help those with developmental disabilities participate in organized hockey. Chase now serves as a color commentator for Blues radio broadcasts on KMOX. In 2008, he was honored with the Jack Buck award for his enthusiasm and dedication to sports in St. Louis.