March 24, 2018

St. Louis Blues

The St. Louis Blues are a professional ice hockey team in St. Louis, Missouri. They are members of the Central Division of the Western Conference of the National Hockey League. The Blues play their home games at the 19,150-seat Scottrade Center in downtown St. Louis. Scottrade Center is the second home arena of the Blues, with the team first playing at St. Louis Arena from 1967 to 1994.

The team is named after the famous W. C. Handy song “Saint Louis Blues.” The franchise was founded in 1967 as an expansion team during the league’s 1967 NHL Expansion, which expanded the league from six teams to twelve. The Blues are the oldest active-NHL team never to have won the Stanley Cup, although they played in the Stanley Cup Finals three times in 1968, 1969 and 1970.

The Blues share a rivalry with the Chicago Blackhawks, sharing the same division since 1970. The team presently has one minor league affiliate, the Tulsa Oilers of the ECHL.

St. Louis Blues

History: St. Louis Blues; 1967–present
Owner(s): St. Louis Blues Hockey Club, Inc.
Arena/Stadium: Scottrade Center
Coach: Mike Yeo
Did you know: The St. Louis Blues have the fourth-longest NHL post-season appearance streak (6 seasons).

St. Louis Blues Hockey Roster

# Pos. Age W H
Konrad Abeltshauser 51 Defenseman 25 225 6’5″
Jake Allen 34 Goalie 27 203 6’2″
Spencer Asuchak 86 Right Wing 26 232 6’5″
Ivan Barbashev 49 Center, 22 187 6’0″
Cody Beach 72 Right Wing 25 180 6’5″
Patrik Berglund 21 Center 29 219 6’4″
Jordan Binnington 50 Goalie 24 174 6’1″
Sammy Blais 64 Left Wing 21 164 5’10”
Conner Bleackley 67 Center 22 192 6’0″
Robert Bortuzzo 41 Defenseman 29 216 6’4″
Trenton Bourque 63 Defenseman 19 200 6’2″
Jay Bouwmeester 19 Defenseman 34 206 6’4″
Kyle Brodziak 28 Center 33 209 6’2″
Emerson Clark 82 Left Wing 25 180 5’10”
Jacob Doty 76 Center 24 220 6’3″
Liam Dunda 63 Left Wing 20 212 6’4″
Vince Dunn 29 Defenseman 21 203 6’0″
Vince Dunn 29 Defenseman 21 203 6’0″
Joel Edmundson 6 Defenseman 24 215 6’4″
Morgan Ellis 78 Defenseman 25 211 6’1″
Evan Fitzpatrick 85 Goalie 20 206 6’3″
Alex Friesen 53 Center 27 186 5’9″
Carl Gunnarsson 4 Defenseman 31 198 6’2″
Filip Helt 86 Left Wing 19 176 6’1″
Ville Husso 35 Goalie 23 205 6’3″
Ville Husso 35 Goalie 23 205 6’3″
Dmitrij Jaskin 23 Right Wing 25 216 6’2″
Tanner Kaspick 83 Center 20 200 6’0″
Klim Kostin 37 Center, 18 196 6’3″
Danny Kristo 88 Right Wing 27 195 6’0″
Jordan Kyrou 72 Center 19 175 6’0″
Ty Loney 53 Right Wing 26 205 6’3″
MacKenzie MacEachern 62 Left Wing 24 190 6’2″
Michael McKee 84 Defenseman 24 229 6’5″
Wade Megan 61 Center 27 191 6’1″
Niko Mikkola 77 Defenseman 21 185 6’4″
Adam Musil 54 Center 20 202 6’3″
David Noel 60 Defenseman 18 175 6’1″
Luke Opilka 45 Goalie 21 192 6’1″
Magnus Paajarvi 56 Left Wing 26 206 6’3″
Colton Parayko 55 Defenseman 24 230 6’6″
Colton Parayko 55 Defenseman 24 230 6’6″
Alex Pietrangelo 27 Defenseman 28 210 6’3″
Brayden Schenn 10 Center 26 200 6’1″
Jordan Schmaltz 43 Defenseman 24 190 6’2″
Jaden Schwartz 17 Left Wing 25 190 5’10”
Justin Selman 79 Center 24 198 6’0″
Dmitrii Sergeev 68 Defenseman 21 200 6’3″
Vladimir Sobotka 71 Left Wing 30 184 5’10”
Paul Stastny 26 Center 32 193 6’0″
Yan Stastny 37 Center 35 191 5’10”
Alexander Steen 20 Left Wing, 34 211 6’0″
Brett Sterling 51 Left Wing 33 175 5’7″
Tyler Stewart 98 Goalie 25 140 5’5″
Oskar Sundqvist 70 Center 24 209 6’3″
Oskar Sundqvist 70 Center 24 209 6’3″
Vladimir Tarasenko 91 Right Wing 26 225 6’0″
Ryan Tesink 70 Center 24 172 6’0″
Robert Thomas 36 Center 18 188 6’0″
Tage Thompson 32 Right Wing 20 205 6’5″
Chris Thorburn 22 Right Wing 34 235 6’3″
Alexey Toropchenko 65 Right Wing 18 187 6’3″
Evan Trupp 78 Right Wing 30 155 5’10”
Scottie Upshall 9 Left Wing 34 200 6’0″
Thomas Vannelli 47 Defenseman 23 165 6’2″
Scooter Vaughan 89 Right Wing 28 195 6’0″
Jake Walman 46 Defenseman 22 170 6’1″
C.J. Yakimowicz 52 Right Wing 22 198 6’2″
Gus Young 60 Defenseman 26 205 6’1″