Blues Finish Below Average Among NHL’s Most Dedicated Fans

Despite finishing third in the Central Division, the Blues' core of skilled, experienced talent put together a little run in the 2022 NHL Playoffs.

St. Louis won their first Cup in franchise history in 2019, but have now failed to make the Western Conference Finals for three straight seasons.

Regardless of the past, the Blues enter the season as a likely playoff team, but ultimately another showdown with the Avalanche will always loom large through the season.

Going into the 2022-23 NHL season, developed a matrix system to rank the 31 NHL teams (Seattle eliminated due to one year of existence) based on the dedication of their fans. 

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Since the 2019 Stanley Cup victory, the Enterprise Center has been full of fans excited for another run at eternal glory for the franchise.

Despite the recent attendance growth, the St. Louis Blues were consistently in the bottom-15 in NHL attendance capacity percentage for the first few years of the 2010s.

While their ticket searches and “Fan Engagement” score helped, it was only enough to tie the Calgary Flames in 17th place in the overall ranking.

The Blues were able to lock up a lot of their young talent and are hopeful for a competitive season. Bookmakers like BetMGM Missouri Sportsbook are high on St. Louis, as they have them listed as the 13th-best odds (+3000) of taking home the coveted Stanley Cup. Stay tuned for more updates on the NHL and legal betting. 

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