Found December 09, 2011 on STLtoday.com:
When they arrived at Scottrade Center Thusday night, defenseman Ian Cole and forward Chris Porter didn't know if they were in the Blues' lineup. Cole was awaiting word on Kevin Shattenkirk's flu battl
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