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)
How to Buy St. Louis Blues Tickets
1. Scan through the 2018 St. Louis Blues Schedule and select the game that you would like to attend, or use the opponent or date filters beside the St. Louis Blues ticket listings to find the perfect matchup.
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2018 Blues Season Preview
The Blues have been to the playoffs six straight times, but that didn’t keep management from completely overhauling their forward group over the offseason. Ryan Reaves and Jori Lehtera were traded, Nail Yakupov took the free agency exit, and David Perron was chosen in the expansion draft. Coming in St. Louis acquired Brayden Schenn who will center one of the top two lines. Last season he notched 55 points (30 assists and 25 goals) with the Flyers over 79 games. He tied with Nikita Kucherov and Alex Ovechkin for the NHL lead in power-play goals (17), and in power-play points (28) he was seventh in the league. A solid pick-up, alongside Beau Bennett who signed a one-year deal, and Chris Thorburn who signed for two years. What the Blues really need however is someone to fill the shoes of Patrik Berglund who will miss the first two months of the season. The guy is an animal, registering second in hits and third in blocked shots on the team. . The 2017-2018 St. Louis Blues schedule is set and 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.
St. Louis Blues - 12/21/2016
The Blues have only won three out of their last seven games, putting their record at 18-11-5 overall and them in 3rd in the Central Division.
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.