The St. Louis Blues are a professional ice hockey team based in St. Louis, Missouri. The team was founded in 1967 as an expansion team of the National Hockey League (NHL). The Blues play their home games at the Scottrade Center. The team is named after the song “Saint-Louis Blues” by W. C. Handy.
Along with the Chicago Blackhawks, Detroit Red Wings, Los Angeles Kings and Toronto Maple Leafs, the Blues are one of the six charter members of the league. The team has had a long and storied history, making it to the Stanley Cup Finals thirteen times including nine consecutive appearances from 1967-1983. The Blues have also won nine division titles and four Western Conference championships.
The Blues have a long and rich history, dating back to 1967. Over the years, they have had many talented players suit up for them. Some of the most notable players in Blues history include Brett Hull, Al MacInnis, Bernie Federko, and Wayne Gretzky. These players have all made a significant impact on the team and contributed to its success.
The current roster of the Blues includes such players as Vladimir Tarasenko, Jaden Schwartz, Alex Pietrangelo, and Jake Allen. Tarasenko is a star player who led the team in goals last season. Schwartz is also a top player who had 59 points last year. Pietrangelo is the captain of the team and is a strong defender. Allen was a big part of the team’s success last year and is expected to be even better this season. Other players on the roster include Robert Bortuzzo, Jay Bouwmeester, Chris Butler, Nail Yakupov, and Paul Stastny.
The Blues are a storied franchise with a rich history. They have won three division titles and made it to the playoffs in each of the last two seasons. This year, they are looking to make a deep run in the postseason and bring the Stanley Cup back to St. Louis.