Most modern sports fans pay little attention to the logo of the St. Louis Blues, but it is indeed a musical note, a tribute to the song by W.C. Handy .
The Blues came to St. Louis as a part of the National Hockey League in 1967 and have developed a loyal following of fans in the city.
They’ve never won the Stanley Cup, but have made it to the play-offs nine times.
You can watch the Blues practice free of charge at the Ice Zone at St. Louis Mills in Hazelwood. Call (314) 227-5288 to double check the schedule.
The Scottrade Center seats about 20,000 for a hockey game and while many games are sold-out, it’s possible to walk up on game day and get tickets.
The St. Louis Blues play in the Scottrade Center downtown.