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St. Louis Blues 2014-2015 News and Updates
4/21/14 – The Blues took advantage of home-ice, securing two 4-3 OT wins in St. Louis before traveling to Chicago for Games 3 and 4. Forward David Backes (upper body injury) will not play against the defending Stanley Cup Champions in Game 3 of the Western Conference first-round series Monday. The Blues’ captain suffered a blow to the head from Chicago defenseman Brent Seabrook that led to a 6-on-4 power play for St. Louis that ended with Vladimir Tarasenko’s tying goal. Forward T.J. Oshie did play in Game 2 Saturday after missing the last three games due to an upper-body injury. If St. Louis is unable to sweep, the Blues will return to Scottrade Center Friday for Game 5 (min. $95).
4/17/14 – St. Louis Blues first round NHL playoff tickets
are much cheaper than last year despite facing the defending Stanley Cup Champions in 2014. It is just the second opening-round series in Stanley Cup Playoffs history in which both teams have at least 107 regular season points; each a legitimate Cup contender. The fierce rivalry dating back to 1970 has NHL fans excited for this series among two of the league’s oldest teams. St. Louis Blues tickets across four games are averaging $196, Game 1 ($128) at Scottrade Center Thursday is the cheapest – Game 2 (avg. $165), Game 5 (avg. $194), and Game 7 (avg. $244). Hawks fans are likely swooping up first round tickets in St. Louis due to the lower prices; Chicago Blackhawks
Division Semifinals tickets are averaging $367 over three games.
4/8/14 – Last Thursday, the St. Louis Blues notched a franchise-best 52nd victory. The 2-1 win over Buffalo improved St. Louis to 14-2-0 in their past 16 games. Fans with Blues tickets to tonight’s game were hoping to see the return of Jaroslav Halak who played in St. Louis for the past three and a half years. While the crowd may catch a glimpse of the goalie, it probably won’t be on the ice. Opting for “comfortable” the Capitals will go with netminder Braden Holtby instead. Prices for Tuesday’s game are half the cost of Sunday’s against the Detroit Red Wings; get out and support the Blues as they look to win the President’s Trophy!
4/2/14 – St. Louis has recorded the second-most points in the NHL this season and unlike the New Jersey Devils, are shootout Kings. The Blues are 9-3 in shootouts this season, second best in the league. T.J. Oshie not only shined one-on-one in the Olympics, but is capitalizing for St. Louis as well, scoring shootout goals at a 9 for 12 clip. Their most recent SO victory came Tuesday night against Philadelphia; the Blues recorded their third straight win on home ice against the Flyers. Cheer on the squad as they look to secure the Central Division title at one of four remaining regular-season home games. St Louis Blues tickets to Thursday’s matchup against the Buffalo Sabres are super cheap with prices as low as $21.
3/24/14 – The Blues were the first Western Conference team to clinch a playoff berth this season. Despite their loss to the Philadelphia Flyers over the weekend, they got the postseason bid as a result of the Phoenix Coyotes 4-2 loss to Boston. LW Magnus Paajarvi returned after missing three games (upper-body) for the first meeting between the two teams since October 2011. Cheap St. Louis Blues playoff tickets for the NHL Western Conference First Round are available for $52 (HG1), $57 (HG2), $68 (HG3), and $75 (HG4) at Scottrade Center.
3/19/14 – St. Louis is the best team in the Western Conference and has won three straight. Boasting a 20-0-2 record against division opponents, the Blues remain unbeaten in regulation within the Central Division. Before March 11, the Blues had won 15 consecutive games against division foes, setting a record for the longest single-season intradivision winning streak in NHL history. The Blues will hit the road for four straight and will play Chicago, Philadelphia, Pittsburgh, and Toronto – all teams they beat in their last meetings. T.J. Oshie will be back in the lineup after missing Monday’s game due to the birth of his baby girl.
3/10/14 - Will the Blues win their 8th straight game against the Wild tonight when they visit the Xcel Energy Center? Goaltending All-Star Ryan Miller is 4-0 with the squad since the blockbuster trade and with his 2.72 GAA and .923 save percentage, he should be able to carry the team into the postseason. As legitimate Stanley Cup contenders, the St. Louis Blues are primed to go further than they ever have before. Cheer on the team on their road to the Stanley Cup Finals; the Blues play twice at home this week: 3/11 vs. Dallas Stars (avg. $51) and 3/13 vs. Edmonton Oilers (avg. $56).
3/3/14 – After losing two in a row after the break, the St. Louis Blues came from behind to defeat the Phoenix Coyotes in Ryan Miller’s debut. Friday, the St. Louis Blues acquired Miller and Steve Ott from Buffalo in exchange for Jaroslav Halak and Chris Stewart, in the first big trade leading up to the March 5 deadline. Before heading on the road for three straight, St. Louis will take on Tampa Bay at the Scottrade Center. St Louis Blues tickets start at $35 for your first chance to see Miller in a Blues’ uniform!
2/25/14 - Prior to the Olympic break, the St Louis Blues won six of their last eight to tie Chicago in the Central Division, and are now second in the West (having played three games less than the Blackhawks). Over in Sochi, defensemen Alex Peitrangelo and Jay Bouwmeester may have won gold with Team Canada, but St Louis' US players also made waves: TJ Oshie became a household name and American hero thanks to his thrilling shootout performance, while David Backes just launched a foundation called "Athletes for Animals" after the troubling stray-dog situation he witnessed in Sochi. Looking to ride this positivity into the playoff race, the Blues have never been more excited to come back from a break than now. After their Tuesday game against the Lightning, St Louis has the opportunity to win their third straight and send the Canucks to their eighth consecutive defeat; tickets for the Tampa Bay game are $22 to start, while tickets for the match in Vancouver start at $51.
2/21/14 – St. Louis was well represented in this morning’s 2014 Winter Olympics men’s ice hockey semifinal game between Team USA and Canada. Five teammates took the ice for their chance to play in the gold medal game - David Backes (USA), T.J. Oshie (USA), Kevin Shattenkirk (USA), Alex Pietrangelo (Canada), and Jay Bouwmeester (Canada). The Canadian duo advanced with their Country to Sunday’s game while the USA trio will play for bronze tomorrow. All five of the Blues players return to Scottrade Center with their teammates Mar 4 against Tampa Bay. St Louis Blues tickets are averaging $79 for remaining home games.
2/4/14 – The Blues won in a shootout Saturday against the Nashville Predators in the first of four straight games at Scottrade Center. Vladimir Tarasenko netted the deciding goal to give the Blues a 4-3 win after the forward scored and added an assist in regulation. St. Louis will host Ottawa (2/4), Boston (2/6), and Winnipeg (2/8) this week; the last meeting with all three teams was decided by one goal. St Louis Blues tickets are averaging $34, $64, and $97 respectively to catch the Blues in action before the 20-day break. Blues tickets are just $6 for Tuesday’s game in St. Louis.
1/29/14 – St. Louis is turning out to be a very dangerous team, winning 12 of their last 16 that includes a seven-game win streak. The Blues rank in the top five in goals per game (3.4), goals against (2.3), power-play percentage (23.6), and penalty kill percentage (84.9) and are currently tied with the Chicago Blackhawks at the top of the Central Division with 77 points. Alternate captain Alexander Steen has returned to the lineup; NHL’s No. 2 goal-scorer before missing 11 games has three goals and four assists in his first six games back. Blues tickets at Scottrade Center for the remaining home games this season, are up 13% since the start of 2014, 10% since the beginning of the season.
St. Louis Blues 2014-2015 Season
Despite a strong 2013 playoff campaign, St. Louis Blues tickets
are down eleven percent in average price since last year, the most of any team in the League. Only three other NHL teams saw a decrease in average price since last season – Boston Bruins (-3%), Washington Capitals (-2%), and Winnipeg Jets (-4%). Blues tickets last season averaged $111 and were the 15th most expensive in the League. In 2013, St. Louis Blues ticket prices are averaging $98 and are the fifth cheapest NHL ticket. The new Central Division makeup after the NHL realignment
could be the reason for the fall. Three of the four newest members to the Central Division – Dallas Stars, Colorado Avalanche, and Winnipeg Jets – all have a cheaper road ticket than the League average.
The most expensive games to be played at Scottrade Center are the 4/13 matchup against the Detroit Red Wings (avg. $149) and the 12/28 game against rival Chicago Blackhawks (avg. $141). Now that the Red Wings have moved from the West to the East, the two teams will meet less during the regular season making demand for tickets to each of the games skyrocket. This year’s regular season matchup is the last on the St. Louis Blues schedule.
Blues tickets on the road are double the cost of home tickets and seventh most expensive in the League. St. Louis has plenty of skill players to go deep into the NHL Playoffs this season; the newest additions to the St. Louis Blues roster are Derek Roy, Keight Aucoin, Alexandre Bolduc, Maxin Lapierre, and recently acquired Magnus Paajarvi. Although they are not a flashy offensive team, NHL fans are willing to pay big bucks to see the Blues when they come to town.