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St. Louis Blues

  • Year of foundation: 1967
  • Colours: blue, gold, white, dark blue
  • Club status: active
  • Address: St. Louis Blues Hockey Club
    Scottrade Center
    1401 Clark Avenue at Brett Hull Way
    St. Louis, MO 63103
  • Phone: +1 314 622 2500
  • Email: customerservice@stlblues.com
  • WWW: http://blues.nhl.com/
 
St. Louis Blues is major league affiliate of: Chicago Wolves
Peoria Rivermen (2005-2013)

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Season 2002-2003

Club teams

This club in 2002-2003: NHL

 
Current rosterseason 2002-2003
# Pos Player name State Born Height Weight Shoots  
GTom Barrasso31.03.1965190 cm95 kgright
GFred Brathwaite24.11.1972175 cm85 kgleft
GReinhard Divis04.07.1975178 cm73 kgleft
GBrent Johnson12.03.1977189 cm89 kgleft
GChris Osgood26.11.1972177 cm79 kgleft
GCody Rudkowsky21.07.1978185 cm91 kgleft
GCurtis Sanford05.10.1979178 cm82 kgright
RDChristian Bäckman28.04.1980191 cm92 kgleft
DJeff Finley14.04.1967186 cm93 kgleft
DBarret Jackman05.03.1981183 cm91 kgleft
RDAlexander Khavanov30.01.1972186 cm90 kgleft
RDTom Koivisto04.06.1974179 cm82 kgright
DChristian Laflamme24.11.1976185 cm88 kgright
DAl MacInnis11.07.1963188 cm91 kgright
DChris Pronger10.10.1974198 cm95 kgleft
DBryce Salvador11.02.1976187 cm100 kgleft
DMike Van Ryn14.05.1979185 cm90 kgright
DMatt Walker07.04.1980190 cm97 kgright
D/FPavol Demitra29.11.1974182 cm93 kgleft
D/FSteve Martins13.04.1972175 cm85 kgleft
CEric Boguniecki06.05.1975171 cm88 kgright
RWValeri Bure13.06.1974189 cm81 kgright
FPetr Cajanek18.08.1975181 cm80 kgleft
CDaniel Corso03.04.1978175 cm84 kgleft
CSteve Dubinsky09.07.1970183 cm86 kgleft
CMike Eastwood01.07.1967191 cm93 kgN/A
CRyan Johnson14.06.1976185 cm91 kgleft
RWJamal Mayers24.10.1974183 cm82 kgright
RWScott Mellanby11.06.1966185 cm89 kgright
LWTyson Nash11.03.1975178 cm90 kgleft
RWEric Nickulas25.03.1975180 cm92 kgright
CJustin Papineau15.01.1980178 cm92 kgleft
LWShjon Podein05.03.1968188 cm91 kgleft
LWMartin Rucinsky11.03.1971186 cm93 kgleft
LWPeter Sejna05.10.1979179 cm83 kgleft
CCory Stillman20.12.1973183 cm86 kgleft
CKeith Tkachuk28.03.1972188 cm107 kgleft
LWSerhiy Varlamov21.07.1978180 cm90 kgleft
CDoug Weight21.01.1971182 cm91 kgleft
Coach name State Born Coach position  
Mike Kitchen01.02.1956Assistant Coach
Joel Quenneville15.09.1958Head Coach
Jarmo Kekäläinen03.07.1966Team Staff

* no longer in the club

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Founded in 1967, joined NHL during the original expansion from six to twelve teams. Moved to their current arena in 1994.

1999-00 NHL Presidents' Trophy

 

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No Olympics for Sobotka

St. Louis Blues and Czech Republic forward Vladimir Sobotka suffered a knee injury (fractured patella)82 seconds before the end of the match against Carolina Hurricanes and will miss Olympic Games in Sochi, the first one for twenty-six years-old player. In this season Sobotka has 25 points (7 goals and 18 assists) in 46 games. Coach Alois Hadamczik will decide the name of the substitute next week before departure to Sochi. Calgary Flames' Jiri Hudler is the main candidate

(02 Feb 2014)
 

Sergei Zubov will work for St. Louis Blues

St. Louis Blues announced two-time Stanley Cup winner Sergei Zubov became Consultant for hockey operations. In addition, he will serve as a scout.
"Sergei is a respected player in our league and in Europe. He will monitor the young players in Europe" commented Blues' General Manager Doug Armstrong

(27 Oct 2012)
 

Perron returns on ice

After almost 13 months out with a concussion, St. Louis Blues forward David Perron will return on ice Saturday for Blues' home game against the Chicago Blackhawks.
Perron missed 97 games since being injured on a high check from Joe Thornton in the game against S. Jose Sharks on Nov. 4, 2010. 'It's been a long road, obviously," Perron said at Associated Press. 'I didn't expect it to be that long, obviously, in a short career so far. I'm just glad to be back to 100 percent healthy now and ready to go.'

(03 Dec 2011)
 

St. Louis win 1,500th game in team history

The St. Louis Blues became the 9th NHL franchise in history to win 1,500 games with 3-0 victory over the Canucks in Vancouver. The organization joined the prestigious club of the Boston Bruins, the Buffalo Sabres, the Chicago Blackhawks, the Detroit Red Wings, the Montréal Canadiens, the New York Rangers, the Philadelphia Flyers and the Toronto Maple Leafs. Together with Philadelphia, the Blues are the second youngest team with 1,500 victories(est. 1967). The youngest club is the Buffalo Sabres(est. 1970).

(29 Oct 2011)
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