Tickets to the St. Louis Blues

EventDateCity and Venue
NHL Preseason: Minnesota Wild vs. St. Louis Blues Wed. September 19, 2018
Des Moines, IA - Wells Fargo Arena - IA
NHL Preseason: Columbus Blue Jackets vs. St. Louis Blues Sun. September 23, 2018
Columbus, OH - Nationwide Arena

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About The St. Louis Blues

The St. Louis Blues entered the NHL as part of the 1967 expansion. They were one of six teams that doubled the size of the league. The other five franchises were the Minnesota North Stars (now the Dallas Stars), Los Angeles Kings, Philadelphia Flyers, Pittsburgh Penguins, and California Seals (eventually merged with the North Stars). The Blues have never won the Stanley Cup but they found themselves in the finals in each of their first three years of existence (they were swept each time). The Blues were able to reach the finals because in those years the NHL had a playoff format that ensured one expansion team and one of the "Original Six" made the finals. That format was discarded after the 1970 playoffs. Nonetheless, the Blues continued to qualify for the postseason. In fact, as of 2010, the team has failed to reach the playoffs just seven times in their history.

Saint Louis Blues tickets are sold to the Scottrade Center located in the city's downtown area. The Blues are a member of the Western Conference and are aligned in the Central Division. Some of the all-time great Blues include Al MacInnis, Barclay Plager, Brian Sutter, Brett Hull, and Bernie Federko. Wayne Gretzky played 18 regular season games and 13 playoff games for the Blues in 1996. He scored a total of 10 goals. The Blues top scorer in franchise history is Federko. The team won the President's Trophy for the 1999-2000 season.

Before every St. Louis Blues game the organist plays "When the Saints Go Marching In." Most fans replace the word "Saints" with the word "Blues." The song is also played after a goal and at the end of the period. Before the start of every period the organist plays W.C. Handy's "St. Louis Blues." The song provided the franchise with its nickname. Another song often heard at the Scottrade Center is the Budweiser theme, "Here Comes the King."