St. Louis Blues

Watch the game of the St. Louis Blues Hockey team in St. Louis, Missouri. It is one of the must-see sports events in the city. The St. Louis Blues is a professional ice hockey team of St. Louis, Missouri. The team is a member of the National Hockey League belonging to the Central Division of the Western Conference. St. Louis Blues is not just a name given to a team by virtue of the color of the jersey they wear, but it originated from the popular song by W.C. Handy entitled “St. Louis Blues”.

The team currently shows its player’s skills and exhibits their experience in the world of hockey in the 19-150-seat arena, the Scottrade Center located in downtown St. Louis. They have been playing in the Scottrade Center since 1994. Before the arena was called Scottrade Center, it was formerly known as Savvis Center and still before that was called the Kiel Center. The team’s franchise was established in 1967. The St. Louis Blues played before in the St. Louis Arena formerly known as the Checkerdome. Watch one of their games at the 1401 Clark Avenue (honorary location: Brett Hull Way), St. Louis, Missouri where the Scottrade Center is located.

Do not forget to know Louie, the present mascot of the team. He is a Blue Polar Bear who wears the S. Louis Blues jersey printed with his name on the back with the number “00”. Louie was introduced in 2007. Aside from that, the Blues lives a tradition of playing an organ performance of the song “St. Louis Blues” at the beginning of every period. They also sing “When the Saints Go Marching In” before every game; however, instead of “Saints” they sing it with “Blues”, they also sing it after a goal and at the end of the period. This practice is a tradition that everyone wants to experience as the game brings out more energy from both the fans and the players. Log on to their official website for the schedule of games and for other inquiries and ticket sales.