Today’s question: Glenn Hall was the first Blues starting goalie. Who was his back-up in their first season?
Yesterday’s question and answer: Who was a No. 1 pick in the entire National Football League draft that played 15 years in the NFL and won two Super Bowls, but was never selected to a Pro Bowl? Answer: Jim Plunkett. Heisman winner Plunkett was drafted No. 1 out of Stanford by the New England Patriots in the 1971 NFL draft. He was chosen ahead of such notable quarterbacks as Joe Theismann and Archie Manning. He enjoyed a long career and helped the Raiders win two Super Bowls, but he was never selected to the Pro Bowl.
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