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Western Standings
WLOTPTSSTK
2410452
2313147
2111547
2014444
1022525
Full standings
Schedule/Results
DateOpponentScore
10/8/2011
10/10/2011
10/13/2011
10/15/2011
10/16/2011
10/18/2011
10/21/2011
10/22/2011
10/26/2011
10/28/2011
10/30/2011
11/4/2011
11/5/2011
11/8/2011
11/10/2011
11/12/2011
11/15/2011
11/17/2011
11/19/2011
11/22/2011
11/23/2011
11/25/2011
11/27/2011
11/29/2011
12/2/2011
12/3/2011
12/6/2011
12/8/2011
12/10/2011
12/15/2011
12/17/2011
12/18/2011
12/21/2011
12/23/2011
12/26/2011
12/27/2011
12/30/2011
12/31/2011
1/3/2012
1/5/2012
1/7/2012
1/10/2012
1/12/2012
1/14/2012
1/16/2012
1/19/2012
1/21/2012
1/23/2012
1/24/2012
2/3/2012
2/4/2012
2/7/2012
2/9/2012
2/11/2012
2/12/2012
2/14/2012
2/16/2012
2/18/2012
2/19/2012
2/22/2012
2/23/2012
2/25/2012
2/27/2012
2/29/2012
3/1/2012
3/3/2012
3/6/2012
3/8/2012
3/10/2012
3/11/2012
3/13/2012
3/15/2012
3/17/2012
3/21/2012
3/22/2012
3/25/2012
3/27/2012
3/29/2012
3/31/2012
4/4/2012
4/6/2012
4/7/2012
All Times Eastern
Full team schedule
Team Stat Leaders
ScoringGPGAPTS
Backes37111425
Steen36131124
Oshie35121224
GoalieGPS%GAAREC
Elliott19.9401.6314-4-0
Halak19.9072.327-7-5
Full team stats

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Seeing entry to the National Hockey League during the 1967 expansion is an American-based team, the St. Louis Blues. The first owners of the St. Louis, Missouri team were Sid Salomon, Jr, Sid Salomon III and Robert Wolfson. The Salomons took the efforts of renovating the St. Louis Arena and spent millions of dollars to improve and expand the ice rink.

During their first season, the Blues barely made a statement in the Western Division but eventually, were able to make some trips to the final round before being swept by stronger contenders Montreal Canadiens and Boston Bruins. The St. Louis Blues kept a lineup of veterans and aged players like Don McKenney, Doug Harvey, Glenn Hall, Dickie Moore and Jacques Plante. Despite their age, these players, alongside team captain Al Arbour, Jim Roberts and Bob and Barclay Plager and Phil Goyette supplied fuel for the Blues to secure the Vezina Trophy in 1969. This success translated into the increase in fan base and audience during every game. Salomon indeed showered his players with bonuses including cars, Florida vacations and deferred contracts.

The St. Louis Blues failed to stretch their success until the 1970s when the playoff format changed. Later on, Coach Scotty Bowman left the team after being uncomfortable with Salomon III's significant and dramatic role in affairs involving the team. Most of the key players also saw their exit from the team including Goyotte, Hall, Plante and Berenson. The Blues, however, were able to secure the star center from Red Wings, Garry Unger. Their defensive end struggled a lot, thus the Blues missed the playoffs in 1973-74. More struggles came when the franchise had a financial collapse, cutting the staff to three employees, before selling most of the stocks to Ralston Purina in 1977.

The team bounced back in 1980 and eventually appeared in every playoff for 25 consecutive post seasons.

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