The St. Louis Blues have made the NHL Playoffs the last six years. In the 2016-17 NHL playoffs, the Blues lost to the Nashville Predators in the NHL Semi-Conference Finals. The Blues are coming off a 46-29-7 NHL record. The Blues are looking to improve on that record and return to the NHL Stanley Cup Finals in the 2017-18 NHL season.
Founded in 1967, the St. Louis Blues, based in St. Louis, MO, are a professional hockey team that plays in the National Hockey League (NHL) in the Western Conference. They play their home games at the beautiful Scottrade Center however have never brought a Stanley Cup Championship back home to St. Louis.
The Blues had several top NHL players come through their organization. Players like Brett Hull (“Golden Jet”), Adam Oates and Brendan Shanahan, defenseman Al MacInnis. Hull’s 86 goals set the record for most goals in a single season by a right-winger. Only Wayne Gretzky found the net more than Hull during any given three-year period.