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2018–19 St. Louis Blues · NHL
Stanley Cup Champions
Western Conference Champions
Division 3rd Central
Conference 5th Western
2018–19 record 45–28–9
Home record 24–15–2
Road record 21–13–7
Goals for 247
Goals against 223
General Manager Doug Armstrong
Coach Mike Yeo (Oct. 4 – Nov. 19)
Craig Berube (Nov. 19 –present)
Captain Alex Pietrangelo
Alternate captains Alexander Steen
Vladimir Tarasenko
Arena Enterprise Center
Team leaders
Goals Vladimir Tarasenko (33)
Assists Ryan O'Reilly (49)
Points Ryan O'Reilly (77)
Penalties in minutes Joel Edmundson (68)
Wins Jordan Binnington (24)
Goals against average Jordan Binnington (1.89)

The 2018–19 St. Louis Blues season was the 52nd season for the National Hockey League franchise that was established on June 5, 1967.[1] The Blues were in last place in the league in January, but rallied to make the playoffs. They advanced to the finals against the Boston Bruins and won in seven games for the first Stanley Cup in franchise history.

Season summaryEdit

The Blues started the season sluggish, and head coach Mike Yeo was fired on November 19 with the team's record at 7–9–3.[2] Craig Berube, who had served as assistant coach with the Blues since 2017, was named the interim head coach.[2] St. Louis began the 2019 calendar year with the worst record in the league; 15–18–4 and 34 points recorded.[3] Soon after, rookie goaltender Jordan Binnington joined the team. On January 7, he won his first game in a shutout and took over as the team's starting goaltender. The Blues then went on a franchise-record 11-game winning streak and had a 30–10–5 run to finish the season. They clinched a playoff spot on March 29, 2019.[4][5]

In the playoffs, the Blues defeated the Winnipeg Jets, Dallas Stars, and San Jose Sharks to advance to the 2019 Stanley Cup Finals, where they faced the Boston Bruins. It was their first Finals appearance since 1970.[6] On May 29, 2019, St. Louis won a Stanley Cup Finals series' game for the first time in franchise history after getting swept in three previous series (1968–1970), as they defeated the Bruins 3–2 in overtime in game 2.[7] On June 12, 2019, they defeated the Bruins in seven games to win the first Stanley Cup title in franchise history.[8] Until then, they were the oldest franchise to have never won a Stanley Cup.[9]

Ryan O'Reilly, who had been acquired in a trade during the previous offseason, was the Blues' top regular season scorer with 77 points. He then had a franchise-record 23 playoff points and won the Conn Smythe Trophy as the most valuable player in the playoffs. O'Reilly also won the Frank J. Selke Trophy for the league's best defensive forward during the regular season.[10][11]

"Gloria"Edit

St. Louis had been in last place in the NHL on January 3. On the night of January 6, a few Blues players were in a Philadelphia bar watching a National Football League playoff game. The DJ played the 1982 Laura Branigan song "Gloria", and according to defenceman Joel Edmundson, "this one guy looked at the DJ and said, 'Keep playing "Gloria"!' so they kept playing it. Everyone would get up and start singing and dancing. We just sat back and watched it happen. Right there we decided we should play the song after our wins." The following day, goaltender Jordan Binnington made his first start for the Blues that season and won the game with a shutout.[12]

The team played it after every win for the rest of the regular season and playoffs, and as their hot streak continued, the song became popular in the city of St. Louis. "Gloria" was written on signs and t-shirts. The St. Louis radio station KYKY-FM played it for 24 hours straight after series victories in the playoffs.[12]

Off-seasonEdit

On May 30, 2018, the Blues named Mike Van Ryn as assistant coach, replacing Darryl Sydor, who stepped down to spend more time with his family. Van Ryn played the first three seasons (2000–2003) of his eight years in the NHL with the Blues, scoring 13 points in 69 games.[13]

The Blues extended their affiliation with the Tulsa Oilers of the ECHL on May 31.[14]

StandingsEdit

Divisional standingsEdit

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Conference standingsEdit

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Schedule and resultsEdit

PreseasonEdit

The preseason schedule was published on June 15, 2018.[15]

Regular seasonEdit

The regular season schedule was released on June 21, 2018.[16]

2018–19 game log

Legend:       Win (2 points)       Loss (0 points)       Overtime/shootout loss (1 point)

PlayoffsEdit

The Blues faced the Winnipeg Jets in the First Round of the playoffs,[17] and defeated them in six games.[18]

The Blues faced the Dallas Stars in the Second Round of the playoffs,[19] defeating them in seven games.[20]

The Blues faced the San Jose Sharks in the Conference Finals of the playoffs,[21] defeating them in six games.[22]

The Blues faced the Boston Bruins in the Stanley Cup Finals,[23] defeating them in seven games to win their first Stanley Cup.[8]

2019 Stanley Cup playoffs

Legend:       Win       Loss

Player statisticsEdit

As of June 12, 2019[24]

SkatersEdit

Regular season[25]
Player GP G A Pts +/− PIM
O'Reilly, RyanRyan O'Reilly 82 28 49 77 22 12
Tarasenko, VladimirVladimir Tarasenko 76 33 35 68 8 22
Schenn, BraydenBrayden Schenn 72 17 37 54 3 40
Perron, DavidDavid Perron 57 23 23 46 3 46
Pietrangelo, AlexAlex Pietrangelo 71 13 28 41 2 22
Bozak, TylerTyler Bozak 72 13 25 38 –3 20
Schwartz, JadenJaden Schwartz 69 11 25 36 –6 16
Dunn, VinceVince Dunn 78 12 23 35 14 45
Thomas, RobertRobert Thomas 70 9 24 33 –2 14
Sundqvist, OskarOskar Sundqvist 74 14 17 31 –1 22
Parayko, ColtonColton Parayko 80 10 18 28 20 15
Maroon, PatrickPatrick Maroon 74 10 18 28 –3 64
Steen, AlexanderAlexander Steen 65 10 17 27 2 14
Barbashev, IvanIvan Barbashev 80 14 12 26 –4 17
Sanford, ZachZach Sanford 60 8 12 20 8 21
Bouwmeester, JayJay Bouwmeester 78 3 14 17 –3 40
Edmundson, JoelJoel Edmundson 64 2 9 11 8 68
Bortuzzo, RobertRobert Bortuzzo 59 2 8 10 9 47
Gunnarsson, CarlCarl Gunnarsson 25 3 4 7 8 6
Fabbri, RobbyRobby Fabbri 32 2 4 6 –4 6
MacEachern, MackenzieMackenzie MacEachern 29 3 2 5 0 10
Blais, SamuelSamuel Blais 32 2 2 4 –1 6
Kyrou, JordanJordan Kyrou 16 1 2 3 –1 4
Del Zotto, MichaelMichael Del Zotto

|| 7 || 0 || 3 || 3 || –2 || 0

Butler, ChrisChris Butler 13 1 1 2 3 0
Schmaltz, JordanJordan Schmaltz 20 0 2 2 –7 2
Nolan, JordanJordan Nolan 14 0 2 2 2 14
Soshnikov, NikitaNikita Soshnikov 5 0 0 0 –1 0
Jerabek, JakubJakub Jerabek 1 0 0 0 –3 2
Thorburn, ChrisChris Thorburn 1 0 0 0 0 0

Playoffs[26]
Player GP G A Pts +/− PIM
O'Reilly, RyanRyan O'Reilly 26 8 15 23 2 4
Schwartz, JadenJaden Schwartz 26 12 8 20 9 2
Pietrangelo, AlexAlex Pietrangelo 26 3 16 19 5 12
Tarasenko, VladimirVladimir Tarasenko 26 11 6 17 –5 4
Perron, DavidDavid Perron 26 7 9 16 4 16
Bozak, TylerTyler Bozak 26 5 8 13 –2 8
Schenn, BraydenBrayden Schenn 26 5 7 12 –2 14
Parayko, ColtonColton Parayko 26 2 10 12 6 10
Sundqvist, OskarOskar Sundqvist 25 4 5 9 5 8
Dunn, VinceVince Dunn 20 2 6 8 –5 8
Maroon, PatrickPatrick Maroon 26 3 4 7 –3 8
Edmundson, JoelJoel Edmundson 22 1 6 7 –2 10
Bouwmeester, JayJay Bouwmeester 26 0 7 7 9 18
Barbashev, IvanIvan Barbashev 25 3 3 6 0 4
Thomas, RobertRobert Thomas 21 1 5 6 –2 10
Steen, AlexanderAlexander Steen 26 2 3 5 2 2
Sanford, ZachZach Sanford 8 1 3 4 4 0
Gunnarsson, CarlCarl Gunnarsson 19 1 2 3 6 4
Blais, SamuelSamuel Blais 15 1 2 3 3 10
Bortuzzo, RobertRobert Bortuzzo 17 2 0 2 3 30
Fabbri, RobbyRobby Fabbri 10 1 0 1 –4 0

GoaltendersEdit

Regular season[27]
Player GP GS TOI W L OT GA GAA SA SV% SO G A PIM
Binnington, JordanJordan Binnington 32 30 1,876:25 24 5 1 59 1.89 807 .927 5 0 0 0
Allen, JakeJake Allen 46 45 2,567:57 19 17 8 121 2.83 1,277 .905 3 0 0 0
Johnson, ChadChad Johnson
 || 10 || 7 || 491 || 2 || 6 || 0 || 29 || 3.55 || 250 || .884 || 1 || 0 || 0 || 0
Playoffs[28]
Player GP GS TOI W L GA GAA SA SV% SO G A PIM
Binnington, JordanJordan Binnington 26 26 1,559:30 16 10 64 2.46 742 .914 1 0 1 4
Allen, JakeJake Allen 1 0 24:28 0 0 1 2.45 4 .750 0 0 0 0

Denotes player spent time with another team before joining the Blues. Stats reflect time with the Blues only.
Denotes player was traded mid-season. Stats reflect time with the Blues only.
Bold/italics denotes franchise record.

RosterEdit

Updated August 3, 2010.[29]

# Nat Player Pos S/G Age Acquired Birthplace
17 Flag of Canada.svg Armstrong, DerekDerek Armstrong

 (UFA)

C R 46 2009 Ottawa, Ontario
42 Flag of the United States Backes, DavidDavid Backes

 (A)

C R 35 2003 Minneapolis, Minnesota
21 Flag of Sweden Berglund, PatrikPatrik Berglund

C L 31 2006 Västerås, Sweden
22 Flag of Canada.svg Boyes, BradBrad Boyes

C R 37 2007 Mississauga, Ontario
4 Flag of Canada.svg Brewer, EricEric Brewer

 (C)

D L 40 2005 Vernon, British Columbia
28 Flag of Canada.svg Colaiacovo, CarloCarlo Colaiacovo

D L 36 2008 Toronto, Ontario
29 Flag of the United States Conklin, TyTy Conklin

G L 43 2009 Phoenix, Arizona
26 Flag of the United States Crombeen, B. J.B. J. Crombeen

RW R 34 2008 Denver, Colorado
36 Flag of Canada.svg D'Agostini, MattMatt D'Agostini

RW R 33 2010 Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario
41 Flag of Slovakia Halak, JaroslavJaroslav Halak

G L 34 2010 Bratislava, Czechoslovakia
5 Flag of Canada.svg Jackman, BarretBarret Jackman

 (A)

D L 38 1999 Trail, British Columbia
55 Flag of the United States Janssen, CamCam Janssen

RW R 35 2008 St. Louis, Missouri
6 Flag of the United States Johnson, ErikErik Johnson

D R 31 2006 Bloomington, Minnesota
9 Flag of Canada.svg Kariya, PaulPaul Kariya

 (UFA)

LW L 45 2007 Vancouver, British Columbia
18 Flag of Canada.svg McClement, JayJay McClement

C L 36 2001 Kingston, Ontario
10 Flag of Canada.svg McDonald, AndyAndy McDonald

C L 42 2007 Strathroy, Ontario
74 Flag of the United States Oshie, T. J.T. J. Oshie

C R 32 2005 Mount Vernon, Washington
57 Flag of Canada.svg Perron, DavidDavid Perron

LW R 31 2007 Sherbrooke, Quebec
46 Flag of Czechoslovakia Polak, RomanRoman Polak

D R 33 2004 Ostrava, Czechoslovakia
61 Flag of the Czech Republic Sobotka, VladimirVladimir Sobotka

C L 32 2010 Třebíč, Czechoslovakia
20 Flag of Sweden Steen, AlexanderAlexander Steen

C L 35 2008 Winnipeg, Manitoba
15 Flag of the United States Winchester, BradBrad Winchester

LW L 38 2008 Madison, Wisconsin

TransactionsEdit

The Blues have been involved in the following transactions during the 2018–19 season.

TradesEdit

Date Details Ref
June 22, 2018 (2018-06-22) To Toronto Maple Leafs
WPG's 1st-round pick in 2018
3rd-round pick in 2018
To St. Louis Blues
1st-round pick in 2018
[30]
July 1, 2018 (2018-07-01) To Buffalo Sabres
Patrik Berglund
Vladimir Sobotka
Tage Thompson
1st-round pick in 2019
2nd-round pick in 2021
To St. Louis Blues
Ryan O'Reilly
[31]
October 1, 2018 (2018-10-01) To Edmonton Oilers
Conditional 6th-round pick in 2020
To St. Louis Blues
Jakub Jerabek
[32]
January 3, 2019 (2019-01-03) To Anaheim Ducks
Future considerations
To St. Louis Blues
Jared Coreau
[33]
February 25, 2019 (2019-02-25) To Anaheim Ducks
6th-round pick in 2019
To St. Louis Blues
Michael Del Zotto
[34]

Free agentsEdit

Date Player Team Contract term Ref
July 1, 2018 (2018-07-01) Tyler Bozak from Toronto Maple Leafs 3-year [35]
July 1, 2018 (2018-07-01) Kyle Brodziak to Edmonton Oilers 2-year [36]
July 1, 2018 (2018-07-01) Brian Flynn from Dallas Stars 1-year [37]
July 1, 2018 (2018-07-01) Carter Hutton to Buffalo Sabres 3-year [38]
July 1, 2018 (2018-07-01) Chad Johnson from Buffalo Sabres 1-year [39]
July 1, 2018 (2018-07-01) Wade Megan to Detroit Red Wings 1-year [40]
July 1, 2018 (2018-07-01) David Perron from Vegas Golden Knights 4-year [41]
July 1, 2018 (2018-07-01) Tyler Wotherspoon from Calgary Flames 1-year [42]
July 2, 2018 (2018-07-02) Joey LaLeggia from Edmonton Oilers 2-year [43]
July 5, 2018 (2018-07-05) Jordan Nolan from Buffalo Sabres 1-year [44]
July 6, 2018 (2018-07-06) Beau Bennett to Dinamo Minsk (KHL) Unknown [45]
July 10, 2018 (2018-07-10) Patrick Maroon from New Jersey Devils 1-year [46]
July 27, 2018 (2018-07-27) Petteri Lindbohm to Lausanne (NL) 1-year [47]
May 4, 2019 (2019-05-04) Jakub Jerabek to Vityaz Podolsk (KHL) 1-year [48][49]
June 3, 2019 (2019-06-03) Nikita Soshnikov to Salavat Yulaev Ufa (KHL) 2-year [50]

WaiversEdit

Date Player Team Ref
October 2, 2018 (2018-10-02) Dmitrij Jaskin to Washington Capitals [51]
December 11, 2018 (2018-12-11) Chad Johnson to Anaheim Ducks [52]

Contract terminationsEdit

Date Player Via Ref
September 16, 2018 (2018-09-16) Dmitri Sergeev Mutual termination [53]
January 19, 2019 (2019-01-19) Brian Flynn Mutual termination [54]

RetirementEdit

Date Player Ref

SigningsEdit

Date Player Contract term Ref
June 24, 2018 (2018-06-24) Nikita Soshnikov 1-year [55]
July 3, 2018 (2018-07-03) Robby Fabbri 1-year [56]
July 3, 2018 (2018-07-03) Mackenzie MacEachern 1-year [57]
July 6, 2018 (2018-07-06) Jordan Binnington 1-year [58]
July 6, 2018 (2018-07-06) Oskar Sundqvist 1-year [59]
July 7, 2018 (2018-07-07) Dmitrij Jaskin 1-year [60]
July 11, 2018 (2018-07-11) Dominik Bokk 3-year [61]
July 24, 2018 (2018-07-24) Joel Edmundson 1-year [62]
September 13, 2018 (2018-09-13) Jordan Schmaltz 2-year [63]
December 13, 2018 (2018-12-13) Alexei Toropchenko 3-year [64]
February 9, 2019 (2019-02-09) Mackenzie MacEachern 1-year [65]
March 21, 2019 (2019-03-21) Joel Hofer 3-year [66]
April 8, 2019 (2019-04-08) Jay Bouwmeester 1-year [67]

Draft picksEdit

See also: List of St. Louis Blues draft picks

Below are the St. Louis Blues' selections at the 2018 NHL Entry Draft, which was held on June 22 and 23, 2018, at the American Airlines Center in Dallas, Texas.

Round # Player Pos Nationality College/Junior/Club Team (League)
1 251 Dominik Bokk LW Flag of Germany Germany Växjö Lakers (SHL)
2 45 Scott Perunovich D Flag of the United States United States Minnesota (Big Ten)
4 107 Joel Hofer G Flag of Canada.svg Canada Swift Current Broncos (WHL)
5 138 Hugh McGing LW Flag of the United States United States Western Michigan (NCHC)
6 169 Mathias Laferriere RW Flag of Canada.svg Canada Cape Breton Screaming Eagles (QMJHL)
7 200 Tyler Tucker D Flag of Canada.svg Canada Barrie Colts (OHL)

Notes:

  1. The Toronto Maple Leafs' first-round pick went to the St. Louis Blues as the result of a trade on June 22, 2018, that sent Winnipeg's first-round pick in 2018 (29th overall) to Toronto in exchange for a third-round pick in 2018 (76th overall) and this pick.[68]

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