Louis respectively. They also became head coaches for the teams that they played. Brian also coached the Blackhawks for a short time. He won the Jack Adams Award with the Blues in 1991 and was the runner-up in 2002 with the Blackhawks. Duane and Brent would also play and end their careers with the Blackhawks although they never played together with Chicago. Twins Ron and Rich would play together at one point with the Blues when Ron got traded in 1992. Also, Rich is the only Sutter brother to play for the Blackhawks and Blues. This often created a brother versus brother match-up not only in the playoffs, but as well in the season division battles that both teams got involved in.
 In the game, the two teams got into a brawl after Glen Featherstone shoved Jeremy Roenick after his hard hit on Harold Snepsts. Keith Brown shoved Featherstone, beginning a brawl.  Twelve players, six on each team, were ejected, while there was a total of 278 penalty minutes.  After reviewing the tapes, the NHL suspended Blues defenseman Scott Stevens for two games, and Hawks Mike Peluso and Blues Kelly Chase each for 10 games and fined both teams $10, 000 each.
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Blackhawks–Blues rivalry - WikipediaFrom Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Blackhawks–Blues rivalry Chicago Blackhawks St. Louis Blues First meetingNovember 12, 1967Latest meetingDecember 29, 2022Next meetingJanuary 21, 2023StatisticsMeetings total388All-time series188–154–35–11 (CHI)Regular season series153–126–35–11 (CHI)Postseason results35–28 (CHI)Largest victoryCHI 10–3 STLOctober 27, 1974Longest win streakCHI W7Current win streakSTL W4Postseason history 1973 Quarterfinals: Blackhawks won, 4–1 1980 Preliminary Round: Blackhawks won, 3–0 1982 Division Finals: Blackhawks won, 4–2 1983 Division Semifinals: Blackhawks won, 3–1 1988 Division Semifinals: Blues won, 4–1 1989 Division Finals: Blackhawks won, 4–1 1990 Division Finals: Blackhawks won, 4–3 1992 Division Semifinals: Blackhawks won, 4–2 1993 Division Semifinals: Blues won, 4–0 2002 Conference Quarterfinals: Blues won, 4–1 2014 First Round: Blackhawks won, 4–2 2016 First Round: Blues won, 4–3 The Blackhawks–Blues rivalry is a National Hockey League (NHL) rivalry featuring two teams in the league's Western Conference Central Division, the Chicago Blackhawks and the St.
Louis Blues. Since 1970, the two teams have been in the same division.  It is the most intense rivalry in terms of penalty minutes and fighting,  and at the height of the rivalry during the Norris Division days, it was common to go to a Chicago vs. St. Louis game and see a brawl break out.  Since the move of the Detroit Red Wings to the Eastern Conference, this rivalry is considered the top divisional rivalry for both teams.
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Notable moments One notable moment in the rivalry was the 1991 season. Both teams not only battled for the Norris Division, but the top seed in the Western Conference, and Presidents' Trophy. It came down to the wire on the last day of the season when the Blackhawks took all 3 crowns by a point with a win against Detroit Red Wings, even though the Blues won their last game against Minnesota North Stars. Louis finished 2nd overall in the entire NHL with 105 points, while Chicago finish 1st overall with 106 points. Both teams were expected to meet in the Norris Division Final, but the Minnesota North Stars upset Chicago in the Norris Division Semifinal and St.
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