St. Louis Blues Stats

Welcome to the St. Louis Blues Stats page. The stats pages on are meant to list what we as hockey fans associate with each particular team. Our stats pages will include our version of the all-time St. Louis team as well as obscure stats about the team. Notes stats are as of the start of the 2011-12 season (unless otherwise indicated).

Did You Know?  That in 1983, the St. Louis Blues nearly became the Saskatoon Blues as Purina who owned the team basically abandoned the team. They found a buyer in a group of investors led by WHA and Edmonton Oilers founder Bill Hunter, who then made plans to move the team to Saskatoon, Saskatchewan.  However, the NHL was unwilling to lose a market as large as St. Louis and vetoed the deal. The Blues did not pick anyone in the 1983 NHL Entry Draft because Purina did not send a representative.

St. Louis Blues StatisticsSt. Louis Blues Statistics

Debut Season: 1967-68
# of Stanley Cups: none
Longest Playoff Streak: 25 years (1980-2004)
Most Wins in a Season: 51 – 1999-2000
# of captains in team history: 16
# of coaches in team history: 24
Most Coaching Wins: Joel Quennville 307
Most Goals in a Season: 352 – 1980-81
Most Points All Time: Bernie Federko – 1,023
Toughest St. Louis player of all-time (penalty minutes): Brian Sutter
# of retired jerseys: 6
Most Games Played: Bernie Federko – 927
Most Goalie Wins: Mike Liut– 151
Most Popular Player of All-Time: Brett Hull


St. Louis Blues All-Time Team

Coach: Bob Johnson

Goalie: Mike Liut

Defenseman: Al MacInnis

Defenseman: Chris Pronger

Left-wing: Brian Sutter

Center: Bernie Federko

Right-wing: Brett Hull

Enforcer: Kelly Chase

Top 25 All-Time Most Popular St. Louis Blues

  1. Brett Hull
  2. Bernie Federko
  3. Brian Sutter
  4. Mike Liut
  5. Al MacInnis
  6. Gary Unger
  7. Adam Oates
  8. Chris Pronger
  9. Joe Mullen
  10. Barclay Plager
  11. Rob Ramage
  12. Pavel Demitra
  13. Curtis Jospeh
  14. Red Berenson
  15. Keith Tkachuck
  16. Perry Turnbull
  17. Brendan Shanahan
  18. Grant Fuhr
  19. Wayne Gretzky
  20. Doug Weight
  21. Bob Gassoff
  22. Larry Patey
  23. Glenn Hall
  24. T.J Oshie
  25. Greg Millen

Official Team Site:  St. Louis Blues

St. Louis Blues on Wikipedia