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Below is the 2015 St. Louis Blues schedule for Scottrade Center. To buy tickets select the date of the Hockey game you would like to attend and you will be taken to available seating. Please call 1-800-550-7556 if you prefer to order your Blues tickets by phone.

Game Schedule

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March 23, 2019
Saturday, 7:00 PM
St. Louis Blues vs. Tampa Bay Lightning
Enterprise Center
St. Louis, MO
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March 25, 2019
Monday, 7:00 PM
St. Louis Blues vs. Vegas Golden Knights
Enterprise Center
St. Louis, MO
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March 29, 2019
Friday, 7:00 PM
New York Rangers vs. St. Louis Blues
Madison Square Garden
New York, NY
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March 30, 2019
Saturday, 7:00 PM
New Jersey Devils vs. St. Louis Blues
Prudential Center
Newark, NJ
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April 01, 2019
Monday, 7:00 PM
St. Louis Blues vs. Colorado Avalanche
Enterprise Center
St. Louis, MO
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April 03, 2019
Wednesday, 7:00 PM
Chicago Blackhawks vs. St. Louis Blues
United Center
Chicago, IL
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April 04, 2019
Thursday, 7:00 PM
St. Louis Blues vs. Philadelphia Flyers
Enterprise Center
St. Louis, MO
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April 06, 2019
Saturday, 3:00 PM
St. Louis Blues vs. Vancouver Canucks
Enterprise Center
St. Louis, MO
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April 10, 2019
Wednesday, 3:30 AM
NHL Western Conference First Round: St. Louis Blues vs. TBD - Home Game 1 (Date: TBD - If Necessary)
Enterprise Center
St. Louis, MO
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April 12, 2019
Friday, 3:30 AM
NHL Western Conference First Round: St. Louis Blues vs. TBD - Home Game 2 (Date: TBD - If Necessary)
Enterprise Center
St. Louis, MO
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April 20, 2019
Saturday, 3:30 AM
NHL Western Conference First Round: St. Louis Blues vs. TBD - Home Game 3 (Date: TBD - If Necessary)
Enterprise Center
St. Louis, MO
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April 23, 2019
Tuesday, 3:30 AM
NHL Western Conference First Round: St. Louis Blues vs. TBD - Home Game 4 (Date: TBD - If Necessary)
Enterprise Center
St. Louis, MO
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April 25, 2019
Thursday, 3:30 AM
NHL Western Conference Second Round: St. Louis Blues vs. TBD - Home Game 1 (Date: TBD - If Necessary)
Enterprise Center
St. Louis, MO
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April 28, 2019
Sunday, 3:30 AM
NHL Western Conference Second Round: St. Louis Blues vs. TBD - Home Game 2 (Date: TBD - If Necessary)
Enterprise Center
St. Louis, MO
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May 03, 2019
Friday, 3:30 AM
NHL Western Conference Second Round: St. Louis Blues vs. TBD - Home Game 3 (Date: TBD - If Necessary)
Enterprise Center
St. Louis, MO
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St. Louis Blues Team Info

With a last place finish in last year’s Western Conference, the Blues have some major rebuilding to do in the off-season. However, it is the moves made this summer that have Blues fans returning this winter. Formed in 1967, the Blues have yet to take home a Stanley Cup. But, that doesn’t keep fans from showing up for an exciting hockey game.

In their more recent seasons, the Blues seem to slide up and down in the standings. Through the 1990’s, general manager Ron Caron inked big names such as Brett Hull, Adam Oats, and Curtis Joseph onto the team’s roster. While the team continued to make it into the second round of the playoffs, the still weren’t really seen a major competitor in the league. However, renowned names and post-season runs kept the spirit alive when it came to investors. In 1994, a group of nineteen companies decided to get together, buy the team and build them an entirely new arena, which is where they now reside.

In attempt to remove the barrier that seemed to keep the Blues from making it past the second round, head coach Mike Keenan was brought in. Keenan was known as the “playoff coach” and fans and management were confident that he could get the Blues to a championship. After he was brought it, Keenan made some extreme changes, such as trading out favorites Brendan Shanahan and Curtis Joseph. He also brought in an aging Wayne Gretzky. However, even with all the expectations placed on him, Keenan didn’t live up to his prophecy. In 1995 the team took a first round exit out of the playoffs and 1996 saw another second round leave. After that, he lost support both in spectators and in owners and was fired. Although the Blues retain their reputation for mediocrity, they did however make it to the top every year from 1980 to 2004, the longest streak in North American professional sports at the time. But unstable ownership and a lack of major talent in the 2005-06 season resulted in their worst record in 27 years. The team missed the playoffs for only the fourth time in the history of their franchise.