The St. Louis Blues and CBS Radio’s KMOX have agreed on a multi-year contract extension, which will keep the team’s hockey games on its legendary 50,000-watt signal which at night reaches more than 40 states and parts of Canada.
KMOX has been the flagship station for the Blues since 2007, broadcasting games to Blues fans and beyond. The station has been the radio home for the Blues for all but eight seasons since the club entered the National Hockey League in 1967.
KMOX will also continue to provide a generous helping of hockey-related programming throughout the year, including the off-season. KMOX is currently featuring the Verizon Hockey Night each Wednesday during the summer with host and team play-by-play man Chris Kerber, who this fall will begin his 10th season in the radio booth – excluding the lockout 2004-2005 season – partnered with analyst and Blues alum Kelly Chase.