The St. Louis Blues Bring the NHL Some Excitement

By on November 6, 2017
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(Last Updated On: November 6, 2017)

The St. Louis Blues are one of the more successful teams to play in the NHL, and they have the huge fan numbers to back that up. They have never won a Stanly Cup, but they’ve won their Division at least 9 times, and that number continues to grow. In the American South, they are won of the most popular sports teams, and tickets to St. Louis Blues games are always hot, even when the team is out on the road. Before you go and try to find tickets on your own, be sure to look at SeatGeek to see what’s available. This way, you have access to many tickets at the most competitive prices.

The Blues played their first professional game in 1967. They were one of six expansion teams that season, along with the Pittsburgh Penguins, the Los Angeles Kings, and a few others. They won a handful of Division championships shortly after entering the NHL, and went to the Stanley Cup Finals in each of their first three seasons. They didn’t win, but formed a strong rivalry with the Montreal Canadiens and the Boston Bruins, the two teams that kept them from a trophy.

The team ran into some problems in the 1970s. Financial issues began to hurt them, and the changing format of the NHL hindered their postseason successes. This might have hurt another team more seriously, but the Blues continued to gain fans and see moderate success. Great players emerged during this time, including Bernie Federko, Garry Unger, and Jacques Plante. Other potential greats are currently with the team, some of which may even someday be candidates for the Hockey Hall of Fame.

If you’ve never seen a Blues game, now is the time. They are having a strong season, and tickets to St. Louis Blues games continue to sell quickly. Whether you’re going to see them at their home arena at the Scottrade Center right in St. Louis, Missouri, or you’re going to catch an away game, the Blues continue to be one of the most exciting teams in all of the NHL to watch.

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