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St Louis Blues Details

The Blues were one of the six teams that joined the NHL when the league expanded prior to the 1967-68 season. In the seasons immediately following the expansion, the playoff format ensured that an expansion team would play against an Original Six team in the Stanley Cup Final. In 1968, the Blues became the first expansion team to play for the Stanley Cup. The Blues were at a significant disadvantage—most of the league’s best players were still playing on Original Six teams—and were swept by the Montreal Canadiens. The Blues reached the Stanley Cup Final again in the next two seasons but did not fare any better.

In 1976, the Blues drafted Bernie Federko, who helped lead the team to the playoffs throughout the 1980s. Federko is the Blues’ all-time leader in points with 1073.

In 1988, the Blues acquired right winger Brett Hull from the Calgary Flames. Even though he was the son of hall of famer Bobby Hull, Brett was not a highly-regarded prospect and was not drafted until the 117th pick of the 1984 draft. Hull proved his doubters wrong and became one of the best goal scorers in NHL history. Hull is one of just a handful of players who has scored 50 goals in 50 games (he did it twice: once in 49 games and once in 50). In the 1990-91 season, while playing on a line with Adam Oates, Hull scored 86 goals. Only Wayne Gretzky has scored more goals in a single season.

The Blues remained competitive even after Hull left the team. Defenseman Chris Pronger became the team’s captain and led the Blues to their first first place finish in the 1999-2000 season. Pronger won the Hart trophy as the league’s MVP—a rare feat for a defenseman.

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When do Blues playoff tickets go on sale?

NHL playoff tickets typically go on sale in April. To get alerts on Blues playoff tickets, make sure to sign up for a SeatGeek account.

St. Louis Blues schedule

The Blues open the 2018-19 season at home. They play the Winnipeg Jets on October 4, 2018. Their last game of the season is also a home game: they play the Vancouver Canucks on April 6, 2019.

How much do Blues tickets cost?

The average resale ticket price for a Blues home game is $69. However, pricing can vary from game to game and also depending on your seating section.

When do the Blues play the Blackhawks?

The rivalry between Major League Baseball’s the St. Louis Cardinals and the Chicago Cubs is one of the most famous in sports. That competitive spirit between the two cities extends into hockey as well. The Blues and Blackhawks have played in the same division since 1970. In the 2018-19 season, they play in St. Louis on October 6 and October 27, 2018. They play in Chicago on October 13, 2018 and April 3, 2019.

St. Louis Blues Top Matchups

The St. Louis Blues have a number of exciting matchups this season, see below for their top rivalries.