Blues Game on Big, Big Screen Saturday at Steinberg Rink

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Now here's a cool way to take in a Blues game. Even better is that you can do so while pretending to be your favorite player. (Dibbies on impersonating T.J. Oshie!)

Tomorrow night FOX Sports Midwest hosts its second annual "St. Louis Classic" at Steinberg Rink in Forest Park. The largest (if not only) Blues outdoor viewing party of the year features ice skating and a 35-foot screen broadcasting tomorrow's road game against the Nashville Predators.

FSM personalities, including Bernie Federko and Pat Parris, will be on hand to film the pregame and postgame shows live from rink.

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The festivities begin at 5 p.m. with the game starting at 7 p.m. Admission to watch the broadcast is free. It will cost you $6 to get on the ice and $4 if you need to rent skates.

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