New Orleans isn’t the only place where the saints go marching in. The St. Louis Blues have been keeping a beat to their own drummer in the NHL since they arrived on the scene and, for the most part, it’s been quite a success story. There’s a deep love affair between the city and the Blues, one that began almost from Day 1 when the club was one of the six NHL expansion teams that began play during the 1967-68 season. Today’s Blues are deep in talented forwards and stellar defensemen. With a loud, pro-Blues fanbase, the Scottrade Center is one of the toughest rinks for a visiting team to travel.
The Blues can put the puck in the net and are well-coached in the defensive ways of the game, so betting against them, especially on home ice, is always a risky venture.
Who Do The St. Louis Blues Play Next
Many factors must be taken into consideration when considering the St. Louis Blues’ next opponent. Are they a team that fares well on the road?
Do they have a history of success against the Blues, or does St. Louis tend to own them? Are they on a roll coming into the game against St. Louis, or have they been struggling? What is the health of the team? Are they an arch-rival of the Blues, because in rivalry games, the stats can often be thrown out the window. Apply these questions to the current status of the Blues as well before placing any wager.
St. Louis Blues Game Schedule
Here you will find the St. Louis Blues game schedule. The 82-game NHL schedule is the toughest grind of any slate in professional sport and can wear down even the best of teams.
Pay close attention to when the Blues are enjoying a homestand and when they are embarking on a long road trip. Study to know when they are playing back-to-back games, or three games in four nights and might be employing their back up goalie. It’s important to keep on top of this information if wagering on the St. Louis Blues is in your plan.
St. Louis Blues Standings Today
Here you will find the up to date information on where the St. Louis Blues are situated in the NHL standings. Make it a part of your daily ritual to stay on top of the standings because a wealth of information is available.
The standings will reveal which teams are strong at home, and which play well on the road. You’ll also know the teams that can put the puck in the net and those who are exemplary at keeping it out of their net, all valuable knowledge prior to placing any wager.
|1||Tampa Bay Lightning||128||82||49||16||325||222|
|5||New York Islanders||103||82||37||27||228||196|
|6||San Jose Sharks||101||82||38||27||289||261|
|7||Toronto Maple Leafs||100||82||40||28||286||251|
|12||St. Louis Blues||99||82||36||28||247||223|
|13||Columbus Blue Jackets||98||82||37||31||258||232|
|16||Vegas Golden Knights||93||82||36||32||249||230|
|26||New York Rangers||78||82||23||36||227||272|
|28||Detroit Red Wings||74||82||20||40||227||277|
|29||New Jersey Devils||72||82||24||41||222||275|
|30||Los Angeles Kings||71||82||22||41||202||263|
How To Make Money Betting On St. Louis Blues
A franchise with a rich tradition, the Blues are the only team in NHL history to reach the Stanley Cup final in their first season of existence, but despite that, they also remain the oldest active NHL team that’s never won the Stanley Cup. In fact, in their three Cup final appearances between 1968-70 the Blues were a combined 0-12, so they’ve never even won a Stanley Cup final game and join the 1938-40 Toronto Maple Leafs as the only NHL teams to lose three successive Cup final series.
Like it or not, the current Blues carry this burden of playoff failure on their shoulders. Every spring hope is eternal as the Blues send another strong squad into post-season play, but they always seem to find a way to come up short.