The most famous family in St. Louis Blues history, brothers Bill, Barclay and Bob played together during from 1968 to 1972. The “Battling Brothers” helped lead the Blues to the Stanley Cup Finals in three consecutive seasons. On ice, the Plagers’ impact has been described as “Gang Warfare,” a bruising brand of hockey that had its roots in Kirkland Lake, Ontario, where the boys first laced on skates.  Bill finished his NHL career with Atlanta, while Bob would go on to briefly coach the Blues before taking a job in the front office. Barclay played his entire career with the Blues, coached the team and had his #8 jersey retired by the organization. Barclay passed away on Feb. 6th, 1988.