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Which NHL mascot would you want with you in a bar fight?

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ST. LOUIS – JANUARY 31: St. Louis Blues mascot Louie performs for the crowd before a game against the Philadelphia Flyers on January 31, 2009 at Scottrade Center in St. Louis, Missouri. (Photo by Mark Buckner/NHLI via Getty Images)

 26. Louie (St. Louis Blues)

Believe it or not, Louie is one of two polar bears in the NHL. The big blue bear lives in St. Louis, Missouri. He spends most of his time at the Scottrade Center. He’s often mistaken for the very talented Chuck E. CheeseLouie is a very talented polar bear, himself.

Louie’s bio on NHL.com indicates he’s a very good saxophone player. If you enjoy listening to blues music, he is the polar bear for you. If you can’t stand listening to blues music, you’ll probably want to start tossing tomatoes at him while he performs on stage.

Louie would be a great NHL mascot to call if you want some music playing in the background while people exchange punches. All he will ask in return is some fish. Louie loves fish, along with red hot wings.

The St. Louis mascot is blue-blooded. Louie bleeds blue. He will do anything for the St. Louis community. If you are at a bar, don’t mess with anyone wearing an old Albert Pujols or Keith Tkachuk jersey, or you will be entering a world of hurt courtesy of the big blue polar bear.

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