The St. Louis Blues joined the NHL in 1967 when the league expanded from six teams to twelve. During the late 1960s through the 1980s, the Blues won six of their eight division titles. The highlight of the franchise came during the 1999-2000 season when the organization won their first and only Presidents’ Trophy. The Blues are still searching for their first conference championship and Stanley Cup title, but their level of consistency has been among the leagues best. St. Louis has reached the playoffs 36 times over the years including a stretch of making the postseason for 25 consecutive seasons. Franchise greats like center Bernie Federko and right wing Brett Hull have skated for the organization over the years. Federko leads the Blues in points and assists while ranking second in goals. Meanwhile, Hull leads the organization in goals, but ranks second in points and assists. Score with TicketCity - the place to go for St. Louis Blues hockey tickets.
How to Buy St. Louis Blues Tickets
1. Scan through the 2016 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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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.
Check out our St. Louis Blues Season Preview History page for previews of previous Blues seasons.
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 Event Guide
What time do gates open prior to a Blues game?
Doors open to the general public 1-hour before the puck drops at Scottrade center.
Where are good places to eat before a Blues game?
If you are looking for the quintessential pregame hot dog, try 2 Girls 4 Wheels, or Papa Tom’s Fancy Franks. For great Mexican food check out Hot Aztec, or Seoul Taco. If you are looking for a more upscale dining experience go to Bistro 14. Bistro has some of the best Italian food around and is less than a mile from Scottrade Center. A quick and fun option is visiting one of the many great food trucks in the area. Falafelwich Sandwich Wagon, Burger Ink Food Truck, and Cha Cha Chow are all worth visiting. Barbecue lovers should check out Joe Buck’s Downtown, it will not disappoint. Other good options are Maurizio’s Pizza, Landry’s Seafood House, and Hoagie City.
Where is the best place to park at Scottrade Center?
The best place to park at Scottrade Center is the large parking garage immediately to the west of the arena. This garage holds just over 1,200 cars and fills up quickly so we recommend that you arrive early. Another great way to get to the arena is on the MetroRail. The Metro has a station only a short walk from Scottrade Center.
Does my child need a ticket to go to a Blues game?
Children under 3 years old are allowed to enter Scottrade Center without a ticket and must sit on a parents lap for the duration of the game. We recommend that you bring proof of your child’s age to the gate to ensure they are allowed to enter the arena.