St. Louis Blues Schedule – 2023-24

10/12/20238:00@Dallas Stars
10/14/20238:00Seattle Kraken
10/19/20238:00Arizona Coyotes
10/21/20238:00Pittsburgh Penguins
10/24/20238:45@Winnipeg Jets
10/26/20239:00@Calgary Flames
10/27/202310:00@Vancouver Canucks
11/1/20239:30@Colorado Avalanche
11/3/20238:00New Jersey Devils
11/4/20237:00Montreal Canadiens
11/7/20238:00Winnipeg Jets
11/9/20238:00Arizona Coyotes
11/11/20239:00@Colorado Avalanche
11/14/20238:00Tampa Bay Lightning
11/16/202310:30@San Jose Sharks
11/18/202310:30@Los Angeles Kings
11/19/20238:00@Anaheim Ducks
11/22/20239:00@Arizona Coyotes
11/24/20233:00Nashville Predators
11/26/20232:00@Chicago Blackhawks
11/28/20238:00@Minnesota Wild
11/30/20238:00Buffalo Sabres
12/2/20239:00@Arizona Coyotes
12/4/202310:00@Vegas Golden Knights
12/6/20239:00Vegas Golden Knights
12/8/20237:00@Columbus Blue Jackets
12/9/20238:00@Chicago Blackhawks
12/12/20238:00Detroit Red Wings
12/14/20238:00Ottawa Senators
12/16/20238:00Dallas Stars
12/19/20237:00@Tampa Bay Lightning
12/21/20237:00@Florida Panthers
12/23/20238:00Chicago Blackhawks
12/27/20238:00Dallas Stars
12/29/20238:00Colorado Avalanche
12/30/20237:00@Pittsburgh Penguins
1/4/20248:00Vancouver Canucks
1/6/20247:00@Carolina Hurricanes
1/9/20248:00Florida Panthers
1/11/20248:00New York Rangers
1/13/20248:00Boston Bruins
1/15/20248:00Philadelphia Flyers
1/18/20247:00@Washington Capitals
1/20/20248:00Washington Capitals
1/23/20249:00@Calgary Flames
1/24/202410:00@Vancouver Canucks
1/26/202410:00@Seattle Kraken
1/28/20242:00Los Angeles Kings
1/30/20248:00Columbus Blue Jackets
2/10/20241:00@Buffalo Sabres
2/11/20241:00@Montreal Canadiens
2/13/20247:00@Toronto Maple Leafs
2/15/20248:00Edmonton Oilers
2/17/20245:00Nashville Predators
2/19/20241:00Toronto Maple Leafs
2/22/20248:00New York Islanders
2/24/20247:00@Detroit Red Wings
2/27/20248:00@Winnipeg Jets
2/28/20248:30@Edmonton Oilers
3/2/20248:00Minnesota Wild
3/4/20247:00@Philadelphia Flyers
3/5/20247:30@New York Islanders
3/7/20247:00@New Jersey Devils
3/9/20247:30@New York Rangers
3/11/20247:00@Boston Bruins
3/13/20247:30Los Angeles Kings
3/16/20248:00Minnesota Wild
3/17/20247:00Anaheim Ducks
3/19/20248:00Colorado Avalanche
3/21/20247:00@Ottawa Senators
3/23/20243:00@Minnesota Wild
3/25/20248:00Vegas Golden Knights
3/28/20248:00Calgary Flames
3/30/20248:00San Jose Sharks
4/1/20249:00Edmonton Oilers
4/4/20248:00@Nashville Predators
4/6/20246:00@San Jose Sharks
4/7/20248:00@Anaheim Ducks
4/10/20248:00Chicago Blackhawks
4/12/20248:00Carolina Hurricanes
4/14/20241:00Seattle Kraken
4/17/20249:30@Dallas Stars

The St. Louis Blues are a professional ice hockey team based in St. Louis, Missouri. Founded in 1967 as part of the NHL’s expansion, the Blues are a member of the Central Division in the Western Conference. The team’s name pays homage to the musical genre that has deep roots in the city’s culture. The Blues quickly gained a dedicated fan base and have become an integral part of St. Louis’s sports scene.

Over the years, the Blues have had their fair share of ups and downs on the ice. They are perhaps most famously known for their remarkable journey in the 2018-19 season when they secured their first-ever Stanley Cup championship. The team’s turnaround from the bottom of the league standings in January to winning the championship captured the hearts of fans and showcased their resilience and determination. The Enterprise Center serves as the home arena for the Blues and provides an electric atmosphere during games, fostering a strong connection between the team and its supporters.

Throughout their history, the Blues have seen iconic players don the blue and gold, including Brett Hull, Al MacInnis, and more recently, Vladimir Tarasenko. The team has experienced various changes in leadership and ownership, but their commitment to competing at a high level remains constant. With a storied history and a passionate fan base, the Blues continue to make their mark in the NHL, both as a competitive team on the ice and as an integral part of the St. Louis community.