Great Moments in Blues History
November 29, 2000 - Down 5-0 in the third period to the Toronto Maple Leafs, the Blues tie for the biggest comeback in NHL history by scoring five goals in the third period, and the game-winner by Jochen Hecht in overtime. The Blues scored six goals in 15 minutes and 27 seconds, making it the fastest five-goal comeback in history.
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The history of the St. Louis Blues has been short but successful. The franchise got its start as an expansion team in 1967. Immediately, the team showed promise and managed to make the Stanley Cup Finals each of its first three years. From 1979 to 2001 the Blues reached the post season 21 times in a row. Over the years, hockey greats like Jacques Plante, Dale Hawerchuk, and Wayne Gretzky have played in St. Louis. Nonetheless, the Blues are still searching for their first ever Stanley Cup.
Prolific stars on the team may indicate that the Blues won't have to wait much longer to raise Lord Stanley's Cup. Doug Weight, Al MacInnis, Kieth Tkachuk, and Chris Pronger are perennial all-stars. Chris Ogood has Stanley Cup Finals experience in the net, and Peter Sejna will have a profound impact on the team as a rookie.
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St. Louis Blues Team Notes
Arena: Savvis Center
Stanley Cup Wins: -
Head Coach: Mike Kitchen
2002-2003 Season Finish: 99 points, 2nd - Central Division