ST. LOUIS -- Brenden Morrow's kids like to show off the gold medal he won at the 2010 Olympics in Vancouver with Team Canada.
But to the Blues' forward, that keepsake isn't what he cherishes.
"It's funny," Morrow said. "I have the ring out displayed because I have a few other ones that I leave it out with when people are at the house so they can see it. But the medal I just had in a dresser drawer. Then here I just found a place for it in the closet."
"It's just sitting with my toques and hats at the top of my closet," Morrow said.
Morrow, 35, is in his 14th NHL season and has accumulated a lifetime of memories and mementoes. The 2010 gold medal is special to him, but the winger said it is more a souvenir for his family than it is for him.
"I think for me what I experienced and what I cherish is the feelings that I got and what is in my head," he said. "But for them to have something to hold and feel, it's special to them. If it goes missing, I still have w...