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Hull is back in blue

Hull is back in blue Image source: Fox 2 KTVI

   Blues legend, Brett Hull, is back with the team.  

   The Blues made the announcement at a 6:16 p.m. news conference Monday.  The time was selected in honor of Hull’s retired #16.  

   Hull was introduced to a crowd of around 500 fans as Executive Vice-President of operations.  His new job is to help get the team on firm financial footing, something the organization has struggle with for its 46 year history.

   Hull won two Stanley Cups after leaving St. Louis, but he told the crowd that he continued to daydream about "how wonderful it would be to be going down Broadway in a Stanley Cup parade."

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