ST. LOUIS - This Halloween night, there's Blues hockey at Scottrade Center - but that doesn't mean you have to skip the trick-or-treat activities all together!
Fans of all ages attending Saturday's game against the Minnesota Wild are encouraged to wear costumes to the game and can trick-or-treat on the Plaza and Mezzanine Level concourse to collect candy courtesy of Costco. In addition, the Blues will hold a costume contest on social media at the game, and photos will be provided by Fish Eye Fun outside Section 124. (Please note than fans wearing masks will need to remove them while entering Scottrade Center). Click here
to purchase tickets for the game.
Fans can also purchase a limited edition Halloween puck outside Section 119. Pucks are available for $30 and will be autographed by Blues players.
The players won't be trick-or-treating - they'll be busy facing off against the Wild. But that got us thinking - what costumes did Blues players wear as kids?
We asked - and their answers are below.