The average price for St. Louis Blues tickets for the regular NHL season has remained relatively consistent over the past few seasons, with a few minor fluctuations. The lowest average Blues ticket price was $36 during the 2013-2014 season, while the highest came during the 2011-2012 season with a $54 average ticket price. The current average STL Blues ticket price is at $44, which is a minor decrease compared to the previous season.
(Data updated 11/10/2016)
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2016 Blues Season Preview
The 2016-2017 St. Louis Blues schedule is set and the Blues are hoping to once again be contenders for the Stanley Cup. The Blues finished 2nd in the Central Division and 2nd in the Western Conference and were able to make it to the Western Conference finals, however they lost to the San Jose Sharks in a 4-2 series. The Blues lost their captain, David Backes in free agency, as well as Troy Brouwer and Steve Ott. However, they have gained several free agents, including Carter Hutton, David Perron, and Landon Ferraro. The Blues have been searching for a Stanley Cup victory for several years, and each year they get closer and closer to it, so you can expect an exciting season from the St. Louis Blues. TicketCity is the place to go for St. Louis Blues tickets. Whether you are planning on cheering on the Blues at Scottrade Center, or supporting St. Louis on the road, TicketCity has some of the best deals for all St. Louis Blues tickets, including home and away games.
St. Louis Blues Hockey at Scottrade Center Address: 1401 Clark Ave, St Louis, Missouri, 63103
The Blues play all their home games at the Scottrade Center, located in St.Louis, Missouri. When filled to capacity, over 19,000 loyal Blues fans can be heard cheering for their team. The Scottrade Center hosts approximately 175 events a year including wrestling, concerts, and NCAA events. The St. Louis Blues home bench is on the Scottrade Center rink side in front of sections 102-103. Scottrade Center parking information is covered in our Blues event guide.
Blues vs. Blackhawks
You can tell these two teams don’t like each other when you go to either arena, and it really does seem to spill over onto the ice. Whether it was the Blues hatred for then-Chicago goalkeeper Ed Belfour (Beelllfoooourrrr) or just the random fights that break out every time they play, it’s one of those rivalries you can feel when you’re in attendance at a game.
St. Louis Blues in the Stanley Cup, Western Conference Championship, and NHL Playoffs
The St Louis Blues might be the most successful team to never win a Stanley Cup. They have been to three NHL Stanley Cups (0-3) and appeared in an amazing 6 Western Conference Finals. Their 37-playoff appearances are simply astonishing.
2015 St. Louis Blues Season Preview
The St Louis Blues have been one of the toughest regular season team in the NHL over the last 4 seasons. But during that span the Blues have put together a 10-17 record in the playoffs that includes just a single playoff series win. St Louis has proven themselves to be a perennial playoff team, but will be out to put their playoff disappointments behind them in 2015. Instead of blowing up the roster in the off season, St Louis decided to stick with their main corps of players, making only minor changes coming into 2015. The biggest change for the 2015 St Louis Blues might be at goaltender, where Jake Allen is slotted to move into the starting roll. It is Western Conference finals or bust for this St Louis Blues team, and if Allen can sure up the goaltending in the playoffs, they have the talent to get there.
2014 St. Louis Blues Season Preview
The St. Louis Blues had a solid season in 2013. They finished 52-23 and were 1 point away from a Central Division crown. The Blues then proceeded to go up 2-0 on the defending Stanley Cup champion Chicago Blackhawks, before losing 4 straight to end their season for a second year in a row. But there is much reason for Blues fans to be hopeful coming into 2014. St. Louis has one of the deepest teams in the NHL. Gone from last year are Ryan Miller, Roman Polak, and Brenden Morrow. Look for young goaltender Jake Allen to take the next step in 2014 and move into the Blues starting goaltender position at some point in the season. David Backes returns as captain and the star by committee approach of the Blues is rounded out with T.J. Oshie, Alexander Steen, and Alex Pietrangelo. St. Louis hopes that the addition of Paul Stastny helps the team make the next step and move further in the NHL playoffs.
2013 St. Louis Blues Season Preview
The Blues are looking for answers as to what went wrong last season after racking up 109 points the season before. They lost in six games to the Kings in the first round, lucky to make it to the playoffs after a bad start to the season. Blues fans were left perplexed as to why David Perron was traded in the offseason, but the contract was too much for their liking and they got back Magnus Paajarvi in the process, as well as picking up Derek Roy, Keith Aucoin and Brenden Morrow – the latter of which has plenty of ties to the current Blues leadership. The Blues have big home games in the month of December against the Maple Leafs, Canadiens and defending-champion Blackhawks, before ending the season with two road contest in Dallas and Minnesota. The middle of January is not kind to them either, going to the Joe to take on Detroit before heading to the east coast for games against the Devils, Rangers and Islanders.
2012 St. Louis Blues Season Preview
This is a mismatch at first glance, but if San Jose can find a way to crack Ken Hitchcock’s defense there might be some room for the Sharks to get past the Blues. With Dany Heatley shipped off to Minnesota and Jamie McGinn to Colorado, San Jose will look to new additions Daniel Winnik and Martin Havlat for some more punch in the offense. They’ll need to top a solid core of Blues that includes Jamie Langenbrunner and Jason Arnott, who were once traded for each other and have six combined championships.
2011 St. Louis Blues Season Preview
The Blues’ 2010-11 season fitted their name, with a dazzling start that began to sputter once their players started to get injured by the bunch. Specifically, Roman Polak, T.J. Oshie and David Perron were the Blues players whose absences created a big hole that they weren’t able to overcome. Luckily, the three are now healthy (even Perron, who suffered a concussion in the pre-season) and are looking to make a move in the Western Conference. To hopefully not fall victim to last year’s maladies, the team brought in depth in the forms of Jason Arnott, Jamie Langenbrunner, Kent Huskins and Scott Nichol. This leads the way for Kevin Shattenkirk and Chris Stewart, who were obtained last season, to finally break through and keep St. Louis on the lips of the NHL fans in 2011-12.
St. Louis Blues - 12/7/2016
The Blues were able to come back from behind in overtime against the Montreal Canadiens, thanks to Jaden Schwartz scoring his second goal, allowing St. Louis to defeat Montreal 3-2. The Blues are currently 15-7-4 overall and 2nd in the Central Division.