Found February 12, 2013 on Fox Sports Midwest:
ST. LOUIS The St. Louis Blues have been struggling of late, having registered only one point in a four-game homestand and falling to fourth in the NHL Central Division. That, however, didn't stop St. Louis native and FOX Sports broadcaster Joe Buck from an impromptu session in the booth on Monday night. Joe Buck joined Darren Pang and John Kelly with the Blues trailing the defending Stanley Cup champion Los Angeles Kings 2-0 midway through the second period. Unfortunately for the Blues, Buck's commentary didn't bring much luck to the Note, but it did come with entertaining stories of his father Jack calling hockey and lines such as "a guy wearing No. 5 for the Kings will bring it out from behind the net." Watch and enjoy, the magic that is Joe Buck.
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