St. Louis Blues Tickets

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4.5

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Great Final Season Game

Enterprise Center - St Louis

Great arena, terrific crowd and impressive Blues win!

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Fantastic

Enterprise Center - St Louis

This was definitely the best game and anyone could ever experience. Go Blues!!!!!!

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So much fun

Enterprise Center - St Louis

I went to the final regular season game. The arena is very nice, bright, clean, and well-lit. My seat was very comfortable with lots of leg room. I loved the atmosphere in the arena, including the temperature which was affected by the chill off the ice. There was a friendly, fun vibe throughout my experience and I really enjoyed it.

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Blues

Enterprise Center - St Louis

Great game, Blues put 3 on the board in a minute and 14 seconds in the first period and then went on to win 4 to 3 !

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Amazing Game, Great Arena!

Enterprise Center - St Louis

Love the newly revamped arena! Team played great! So much fun!!!!

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Excellent!!

Enterprise Center - St Louis

It was an excellent game!! Got to see 3 goals in 1:15, and Tampa had a goal taken off due to a referee call. Was definitely worth watching!!

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Great game

Enterprise Center - St Louis

Great game seats were good just too cramped for what we have to pay.everyone’s not 5’6” and 160 lbs.the soda tasted terrible don’t know what that’s about

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Love Blues Hockey!!

Enterprise Center - St Louis

Such a great atmosphere! We absolutely love attending Blues games. Especially when they win! :) LGB!!

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Blues are the best

Enterprise Center - St Louis

The stadium is very nice, love the new cushion seats. We arrange our vacations in St. Louis to catch 2 games when we can.

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Love going to live hockey games!

Enterprise Center - St Louis

Even tho the Blues lost, it was still a great night! Anytime my husband and I can go to a game...we have fun!!

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St. Louis Blues at Enterprise Center

The St. Louis Blues will resume their quest to conquer the NHL's ultra-competitive Central Division and reach the Stanley Cup® Finals for the first time since 1970 at the newly christened and newly renovated Enterprise Center. The arena's fan-friendly enhancements — including additions on the plaza and mezzanine levels — and the team's combination of youth and veteran talent are sure to make game nights electric at 14th and Clark, especially during two early-season meetings with the rival Chicago Blackhawks. 

St. Louis Blues 2018-19 Season

After a 21-8-2 start to the 2017-18 season, the Blues suffered crippling injuries to the likes of Robby Fabbri, Jaden Schwartz, and Jay Bouwmeester. Both their power-play and penalty-killing efficiency faltered, and the team was waylaid by a seven-game losing streak in February. They rebounded to win six consecutive games in March (four of those in overtime). But with a loss on the final day of the regular season, they finished one point short of a Playoff berth, snapping a streak of six consecutive years (including two Central Division championships) that the team reached the postseason.

Center Brayden Schenn led the team with 28 goals and 70 points, and right wing Vladimir Tarasenko scored 33 goals en route to 66 points. The Blues finished the season 44-32-6, for 94 points.

The Blues already have taken bold steps to ensure they have the right pieces to contend in 2018-19. They acquired center Ryan O'Reilly via a trade with Buffalo, and signed free agents Tyler Bozak, David Perron, and Chad Johnson. They have been added to a roster that includes captain and All-Star Alex Pietrangelo (who had the best season by a Blues defenseman in more than a decade), Schwartz, Jake Allen, and Colton Parayko. 

Mike Yeo enters his third season as Blues head coach. 

St. Louis Blues History

Named for the famous W.C. Handy song "Saint Louis Blues," the team are one of the most storied franchises in the NHL. They entered the league in 1967 as one of the Expansion Six, making the Stanley Cup® Finals in each of their first three seasons. They reached the Playoffs in 25 consecutive seasons from 1980 to 2005. That included 1999–2000, when, with right wing Pavol Demitra and defensemen Al MacInnis leading the way, they had a league-best 114 points, only to be upset by the San Jose Sharks in the first round of the Playoffs.

Recent history has provided its share of fireworks. Most memorable: Troy Brouwer's deciding goal in Game 7 of the 2016 Western Conference quarterfinals against the rival Blackhawks, which sent the Blues to the Western Conference Finals for the first time in 15 years.

Two-way threat Bernie Federko, franchise scoring leader Brett Hull, Blues lifer Brian Sutter, ironman Garry Unger, and old-guard stars Red Berenson and Barclay Plager are among the greats who have worn the team's iconic blue note.