[3 of 5 customers found this review helpful]
The tickets were great and we had a blast at the game!
[2 of 2 customers found this review helpful]
[...]had a great time.
[3 of 4 customers found this review helpful]
The Blues brought in several quality rookies this year to build a high energy, long term product. TJ Oshie looked a bit nervous in his first NHL start, but worked it out. Patrick Berglund took the face offs like a real pro, and it a big kid who can bang with the best of them. Veteran Kieth Tkachuk did not disappoint scoring 2, and breaking the career 500 mark. The Blues are definitely in it to win it this season, you don't want to miss this team at home.
[2 of 3 customers found this review helpful]
Had Awesome time. One of the opponents players gave all three of my kids practice pucks while watching the pre-game skate down by the glass. Sat by some opponents fans and we all had a great time.
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The St. Louis Blues, established in 1967, are a professional ice hockey franchise that are part of the Western Conference of the NHL. Current members of the Central Division, the Blues play their home games in St. Louis at the Scottrade Center. Founded as one of the original NHL expansion teams, the Blues took their moniker from the famed tune "St. Louis Blues" by W.C. Handy. The team made it to the final round in all of their first three seasons, though they were swept by the Montreal Canadiens in the first two, and then by the Boston Bruins in 1970. The team's original home ice was the St. Louis Arena, an old arena that original team owners renovated for the Blues. Increased seating from 12,000 to 15,000 boosted sales of St. Louis Blues tickets, especially for home games in the arena that was infamous for its thunderous acoustics.
While the Blues enjoyed success in the late 1960s, it did not carry over into the 1970s after the playoff format was altered and the Chicago Blackhawks were relocated to their division. In the mid-1970s the Blues sidled over to the Smythe Division after realignment. Over the next few decades the Blues continue to perform competitively despite a good deal of managerial upheaval. The team's persistence in the face of chaos paid off as they secured multiple Central Division championship titles and a Presidents' Trophy. While they often made it to the playoffs, the St. Louis Blues habitually fell in the first or second round of the series, effectively stymieing their shot at the Stanley Cup Finals. Still the Blues keep on chugging along as they face off against rival Columbus Blue Jackets, Detroit Red Wings and Nashville Predators looking to return to their glory days.
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