Al MacInnis has worked very closely with the Blues and team president John Davidson this season. Tuesday, MacInnis was given an official title when he was named vice president of hockey operations.
MacInnis retired in 2005 but continued to work with the team in a variety of capacities. He scouted top draft pick Erik Johnson and coached the team’s rookie team last summer.
The new vice president will have his hand in all parts of the Blues operations. MacInnis will continue to evaluate talent, make trades, and share duties with general manager Larry Pleau.
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