St Louis Blues Boston Tickets
The St Louis Blues have been playing quite well over the last few seasons, having posted winning records for the past seven consecutive years. They have been part of the NHL for over forty five years and in that time they have enjoyed a lot of success. The Stanley Cup however still eludes them, even though they have made it to the finals on three occasions. Since inception in 1967, they have got their hands on nine division titles and a Presidents’ Trophy. If you want to see them play live this season, then get your St Louis Blues Boston tickets and watch catch them as they take on the Bruins at the TD Garden.
The St Louis Blues are ready to make their way back on to the ice and are currently among the most in-form sides in the league. They have managed to post winning seasons over the last seven consecutive years and with the quality players they have added to their squad over the offseason, they are expected to continue this positive run of form in the upcoming season as well.
The birth of a franchise
In 1967, the NHL was in the middle of an expansion, with six cities set to receive franchises for the upcoming season. The owners of the Chicago Black Hawks at the time also owned the St Louis Arena and even though a new team was initially meant to be given to Baltimore, they convinced the league to choose St Louis instead.
The new franchise was named after the popular song “Saint Louis Blues” by W.C.Handy and played its first season in 1967. The team made an encouraging start to life in hockey and made it to the finals of the Stanley Cup in its very first year. They would repeat this feat the next season as well.
The Blues would win their first title, a division championship, in 1968, and would repeat this feat the following seasons as well. In total, they have won nine division titles and a Presidents’ Trophy. They are one of the most in-form sides in the NHL right now and they will be looking to prove that when they take on the Bruins. Book your St Louis Blues Boston tickets and watch this epic clash, live at the TD Garden.