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Event Date/Time Venue/City  
NHL Preseason: St. Louis Blues vs. Washington Capitals Oct 5, 2016
Wed 7:00PM
Sprint Center
Kansas City, MO
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NHL Winter Classic: St. Louis Blues vs. Chicago Blackhawks Jan 2, 2017
Mon TBA
Busch Stadium
St. Louis, MO
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St. Louis Blues

The St. Louis Blues is a Professional ice hockey team. As the name of the team implies, they are based in the city of St. Louis in Missouri. They are included in the Central Division Western Conference of the NHL. With the name greatly originates from the popular W.C Handysong, team has made their way to the world of hockey in1967. They served as an expansion during the original expansion from 6 to 12 teams.  The Blues has been the oldest national Hockey league team which are not fortunate to grab the Stanley Cup.

The original coach of the team was Lynn Patricck. He was succeeded by Scott Bowman who happened to be the assistant coach of the team that time. With the stewardship of Bowman, the team has realized the word success for the rest of the NHL season. In spite of the rule of the league that mandates 6 original teams, the St. Louis Blues has been decent enough to take pride in Western Division.  While the tea team has been an expansion that partook in the Stanley Cup finals, the team is proud for winning the first 3 seasons to the final round. Nevertheless, they were beaten by Canadiens in 1968 which was followed by another frustration from the Boston Ruins the following year.

It was Don McKenne, Doug Harvey, and Dickie Moore who have imparted significant part for the team along with their goaltenders Jacques Plante and Glenn Hall.  These are just some of the names that have contributed to the success of the team for making it to the finals. Meanwhile it was the arena which housed the St. Louis Blues which was one the crowded building for NHL hockey games.  Though the team this been exposed to several financial problem, they still found their way to resist the challenges and to give the best shot on the ice every season.