ST. LOUIS (AP) _ Republican vice presidential candidate Sarah
Palin dropped the ceremonial first puck at an NHL game for the
second time this month.
The Alaska governor and self-described ``hockey mom'' got more
cheers than boos Friday night before the St. Louis Blues hosted the
Los Angeles Kings.
She was joined on the ice by her husband, Todd, and her two
youngest daughters, both wearing Blues jerseys with the number
``08.'' Palin dropped the puck for the captains of the two teams,
St. Louis' Keith Tkachuk and the Kings' Dustin Brown.
Palin then watched the game from a luxury box with Blues
principal owner Dave Checketts, waving to the crowd and even
reaching over the railing to shake a few hands.
The reception at the Scottrade Center was in contrast to Palin's
Oct. 11 appearance before a game in Philadelphia, where she
received a louder mix of boos.
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