Championships: Nine division championships and one Stanley Cup win
All-Time Greats: Wayne Gretzky, Jacques Plante, Glenn Anderson, Chris Pronger
St. Louis Blues Tickets
The St. Louis Blues play in the Central Division of the Western Conference of the NHL. The team is one of six that was formed during the expansion of the NHL in 1967. The Blues have qualified for the playoffs in 43 of the 52 seasons the team has been in existence. The Blues' entry into the NHL was due in part to arena owners James Norris and Arthur Wirtz wanting to unload the venue and petitioning for the team to be admitted on this basis. The St. Louis Blues had many successes in the first few years of the team's games, but these victories saw something of a decline during the 1970s. However, while this decade was marked by a drop in performance that included a franchise-worst record and many financial difficulties for the team, the St. Louis Blues improved for the 1981 season. Brett Hull started as a forward in the late '80s and managed to lead the team to many successes over the next decade. Grab your St. Louis Blues tickets at StubHub.
Where can I get tickets to a St. Louis Blues' game?
Throughout all of its valleys and peaks, the St. Louis Blues team has maintained a steady following of dedicated fans. If you want to be a part of this hockey tradition, the only logical choice is a stop at StubHub to check out the tickets you can get there. All St. Louis Blues tickets that you can get at StubHub are backed by guarantees to make purchases easy and safe. You can also find out information you might want to know about hockey venues or the entire St. Louis Blues' schedule.
What is the St. Louis Blues' schedule?
The St. Louis Blues have many games planned for the current season. You can build up a selection of tickets for games of your choice against teams such as the Calgary Flames or the Nashville Predators at StubHub.
Have the St. Louis Blues ever won the NHL championship?
Yes, the St. Louis Blues have been able to take home one Stanley Cup since the team began.
What was the St. Louis Blues’ record last season?
The previous season was a banner year for the St. Louis Blues. The team managed to snag a record of 45 wins against 28 regular losses and 9 wins in overtime. In addition to the regular wins for the season, the Blues took home the first Stanley Cup in the franchise's history that year.
Who are some notable players from the St. Louis Blues?
Legendary hockey player Wayne Gretzky joined the St. Louis Blues in 1996 as one of the four NHL teams for which he played throughout his career. Although he only played for the Blues in 1996, he helped the team score goals in 31 games spread out over the regular hockey season and playoffs. Brett Hull was one of the key players who helped the Blues improve in the early '80s to get out of a slump the team experienced over the previous decade. Hull holds a record for the most goals scored with the St. Louis Blues. Both Hull and Gretzky are Hockey Hall of Famers.
How big is the home arena for the St. Louis Blues?
The St. Louis Blues play home games at the Enterprise Center. The venue began ongoing renovations in 2017 to update engineering aspects of the facility such as the sound and lighting. The scoreboard and some of the seats were also replaced or altered. The Enterprise Center can hold 18,200 patrons for ice hockey. The seating can be expanded to 22,000 for basketball games or concert events if necessary.
Do the St. Louis Blues have any historical rivalries?
Yes, the Blues maintains a longstanding rivalry with fellow division hockey team the Chicago Blackhawks. The two have been rivals ever since both teams became parts of the Central Division in 1970.Back to Top